It's located in the front of the Fort San Pedro. Just a footwork away from Maggelans Cross and the big big public market. Near the Colon Street... So take good shoes... 😂
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Not far from the Basilica, Fort San Pedro and Magellans Cross, I consider this as the fourth site to visit to get a complete idea of how the Spaniards were able to rule the Philippines and introduce Catholicism to the natives. It is a combination...More
No one was there we enjoyed the serenity and had our own time taking pictures unlike other place of interest usually packs of tourists and walking distance to Yap Ancestor House.
not a bad thing to see, its just over the road from one of the first house's built there, so we went to both and had a good interesting time there, go early before the sun wakes up ;)
A collection of sculptures made of bronze, steel and concrete depicting scenes of events relating to Cebauno history. Recognizing the contributions of the people of Cebu. Can spend 15 minutes or so a few photo opportunities here and that's about it. Is a stones throw...More
I would be more delighted if I saw all cultural roots represented in this monument. There is a heavy "importance" of Christianity: The most massive part of this is composed by church facades and a huge cross. But let us remember that Ferdinand Magellan was...More
This place is right adjacent to the Yap-San Diego Ancestral Home. The whole monument can basically explain to you the history of cebu. It was well made, I have nothing but high praises to the artist of this magnificent structure.