The Hizon Ancestral House is the home of Kapampangan culinary authority Lillian Lising Borromeo. The heritage house was built in 1916 and was originally owned by the family of Dona Maura Hizon-Lorenzo, a descendant of Mexico’s early settlers Dona Paula David-Hizon and Don Vicente Hizon.
Borromeo is a great grandchild of the Hizons. Not only she is known for her culinary expertise, she also restored the old Hizon kitchen with the remaining century-old kitchen pots and silver wares that were passed on from generations by the Hizon clan. The Hizon Ancestral House is now being frequented by foreign and domestic tourists alike.
Abacan Bridge (also known as the San Jose Malino-Anao Bridge)
Abacan Bridge is one of the old structures in Mexico which connects the town’s northern and southern villages. The Abacan River is one of the largest waterways in Pampanga which stretches from upstream Angeles City to Mexico. The stream merges downstream with the larger Pampanga River.
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