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10 Photos of Tagaytay During Its Early Days

See what Tagaytay has looked like through history.
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Tagaytay has been a go-to for quick vacations for longer than you can imagine. It's close proximity to the city, slightly cooler temperature, and picturesque views are just some of the reasons why. Here are 10 photos that will beg the question, "Can we go on a road trip?"

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On the road to Tagaytay

Four men look at Mindoro Island from Tagaytay

Taal Volcano with Mindoro Island in the distance, Aug. 18, 1934 Luzon Island, Philippines

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A hut right on the edge of Taal Volcano Lake

Taal Volcano Lake, Kaingin hut with Tagaytay Ridge on horizon, Aug. 23, 1934 b

Taal Vista Hotel

Photo by Taal Vista Hotel.

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Guests outside Taal Vista Hotel

Taal Vista Lodge, Taal Volcano, south of Manila, Philippines, before 1942 (2)

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Inside the Taal Vista Hotel

Taal Vista Lodge, Taal Volcano, south of Manila, Philippines, before 1942 (5)

The view from the hotel

Taal Vista Lodge, Taal Volcano, south of Manila, Philippines, before 1942 (3)

View of Taal Lake and Volcano

Fruit stalls in Tagaytay

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U.S. President Johnson's visit to the Philippines

Overlooking Taal Volcano, Oct. 1966

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Mrs. Thanom Kittikhachorn, Mrs. Harold B. Holt, Mrs. Ferdinand E. Marcos, Mrs. Cao Ky Nguyen, and Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson

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