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The Zamboanga City Hall has retained it design over decades. The Citizens did not allow it to be altered especially the facade as it speaks of the history of Zamboanga. Ask the elder citizens about it, for sure they will reminisce the times that they...More
The city hall is located in a center of Zamboanga. The building is a Spanish style, as Zamboanga is one of the Filipino cities which were strongly influenced by Spanish culture. The area is very busy during day, and you should be careful of your...More
We roam around the city and drop by Zambo city hall. It was ASEAN period so there lots of Aseam flags and asian bold letters sign. One of the recommended sites to visit as a tourist. It is just at the city proper.
The city hall has mistakenly been labelled as "Spanish-colonial era," probably because of the heavy Hispanic influences in Zamboanga. It is located at the heart of Zamboanga City near Plaza Pershing. The entire facade comes to life every night with its display of lights in...More
We brought a travel blogger to the seat of the city governmentvif Zamboanga City. The building dates back to the Spanish Regime and most of the facade of the building are still of the original materials.
This is by far the most beautiful city hall I have ever seen (in the Philippines). I believe this has undergone renovations to maintain its architectural design, that dates back to the Spanish era. I really appreciate that all government offices here are designed in...More