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Cebu Heritage Monument

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Cebu Heritage Monument

322 Reviews
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Colon Street, Parian Plaza, Cebu City 6000 Philippines
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Half-Day Tour in Cebu and Mactan
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Half-Day Tour in Cebu and Mactan

You will see the most interesting and beautiful places of the islands of Cebu and neighboring Mactan. Hear about the colonization of the Philippines and, in detail, the story of Magellan and the leader Lapu Lapu. In the house-museum I will talk about the traditions and way of life of the Filipinos. We will also admire the panoramas at the observation decks and learn about the production of guitars and dried mangoes.
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irenevff wrote a review Feb 2021
Bulacan Province, Philippines3,694 contributions323 helpful votes
you will really take a second look if you happen to pass by this sculpture at the middle of a busy street. it has numerous figures that kinda depict cebu's rich history. one will see magellan's cross & galleon, lapu-lapu, sergio osmeña, san pedro calungsod & other historical images that represent cebu's past which made it the strongest city in the visayas. its worse feature is the spot it stands on. you might get hurt from passing motorists if you attempt to scrutinize the monument much closer.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Marty wrote a review Mar 2020
Cebu City, Philippines380 contributions7 helpful votes
Impressive , overly large Cebu Heritage Monument From ever angle , you can interestingly see a difference historical aspect of Cebu’s history The Cebu History depicted in the Heritage Monument is ... • The Magellan’s Cross • Saint John the Baptist Church • A Spanish Galleon • Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral • Basilica del Santo Niño The interesting scenes depicted in the Heritage Monument are ... • The Battle of Mactan - between Lapu-Lapu & Ferdinand Magellan • A Roman Catholic mass • The Baptism of Rajah Humabon • A procession of the Santo Niño The persons depicted in the monument include the late president Sergio Osmena Sr. & Blessed Pedro Calungsod The Cebu Heritage Monument ... is a must see , if visiting Cebu City Myself I’ve visited well over 8 Times , as you see something different each time Free to view Quick walking distance from Cebu’s Yap-Sandiego Ancestral House & Jesuit House Museum Taxi’s pass bye regularly ... as is located near the busy downtown - Colon Street
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Date of experience: February 2020
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LolaGo1 wrote a review Mar 2020
Washington DC, District of Columbia5,660 contributions1,025 helpful votes
Located at the middle of a very busy street, this attraction is easy to locate. The sculptures depict the history of Cebu . Note that nearby is located another attraction called, 1730 Jesuit House.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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NPLim wrote a review Feb 2020
Laguna Province, Philippines296 contributions2 helpful votes
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The monument is filled with Stone carvings that describe each events that took place from our rich past. You will be welcomed by a caretaker who is full of wits. You will enjoy hearing stories straight from him. My kids appreciated everything we listed to. No fees here needed to walk around. But you can also be generous to Tip the caretaker who is passionate about his story telling and not to discount his sincerity to make you understand how the past happened.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Faithalicious_x wrote a review Feb 2020
London, United Kingdom499 contributions200 helpful votes
This monument is only really worth seeing if you are already in the area - ie you are visiting either Yap Santiego or Casa Goroado. It really is just a large statue and isn’t worth travelling to for itself alone. At least it’s free!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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