Long before the coming of the Spaniards, the Urduja House was already established and was named after the legendary queen of the early Amazon kingdom believed to have existed in Pangasinan. The edifice which was built by Gov. Juan Rodriguez in 1953 to become his official residence while holding office in the capital, located in Lingayen. Other provincial governors who came after him stayed at the Urduja House. Tourists and visitors are allowed to tour Urduja House.
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