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The Ruins

“The Ruins”, this striking structure in the Philippines is the skeletal remains of the home of young sugar baron Don Mariano Ledesma Lacson.

Abandoned Mansion Skeleton in The Philippines

Skeleton of Abandoned Mansion in The Philippines Known as “The Ruins”, this striking structure in the Philippines is the skeletal remains of the home of young sugar baron Don Mariano Ledesma Lacson. Located in Talisay City, Negros Occidental

The Ruins at Talisay City, Philippines.  This mansion was built back in the early 1900's by a sugar baron.  This was the largest residential structure ever built at that time. The mansion met its sad fate in World War II when the mansion was burned to prevent the Japanese forces from utilizing it as their headquarters. It took days of inferno to bring down the roof and the 2-inch wooden floors.

The Ruins at Talisay City, Philippines. This mansion was built back in the early by a sugar baron. This was the largest residential structure ever built at that time. The mansion met its sad fate in World War II when the mansion was burned to prev

The Ruins, Talisay City.

The Ruins, Talisay City.

Built during the 18th century by sugar baron Don Mariano Ledesma Lacson for his first wife Maria Braga, The Ruins are a refreshing departure from most abandoned mansions, typically marked by crumbling walls and eerie, overgrown gardens. Here you’ll find manicured lawns and flower beds, and the skeleton of a home that seems as if the internal walls, windows and roof were carefully removed.

The Ruins: Talisay City Haunting Skeleton Abandoned Mansion

this skeletal frame, aptly named “The Ruins“, was not only one of the grandest houses in the Negros Occidental province of the Philippines, but arguably one of the most impressive ruined homes on Earth.

Jumpshot at The Ruins Talisay City Negros

Jumpshot at The Ruins Talisay City Negros

The Ruins, Talisay City: A Gem from the Rubble

The Ruins showcases what is left of the Don Mariano Ledesma Lacson Ancestral Home in Talisay City, Negros Occidental. During its heyday, the mansion was the largest residential structure ever built.