PIO Pangasinan

Capitol Building

The Provincial Capitol Building of Pangasinan is a neoclassical structure built in 1917 under the supervision of architect Ralph Harrington Doane during the term of Governor Daniel Maramba, the province’s seventh governor who was also known as the Grand Old Man of Pangasinan.  

The Capitol Building was severely damaged during World War II but was initially reconstructed in 1949 and was further rehabilitated from 2007 to 2008. The Capitol Building was deemed as one of the Eight Architectural Heritage treasures of the Philippines, which is now more than a centennial treasure. It was declared in 2003 by the Filipino Heritage Festival, a grantee of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts, and the only building outside of Metro Manila to be declared as such. 

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