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  • Taoist Temple, Cebu City

    Taoist Temple, Cebu City
    The Taoist Temple of Cebu aims to preserve the teachings of Lao-Tse, the 600 B.C. Chinese philosopher. The temple is located at Beverly Hills, Cebu City. Come pay them a visit if you want to have a rewarding spiritual experience.
  • Sto Niño de Basilica de Cebu and Magellan's Cross

    Sto Niño de Basilica de Cebu and Magellan's Cross
    The Santo Niño de Cebú ("Holy Child of Cebu") is a Roman Catholic depiction of the Child Jesus, similar to the Infant Jesus of Prague, and other venerated statues.
  • Fort San Pedro (Cebu City)

    Fort San Pedro (Cebu City)
    Fuerza De San Pedro is a military defense structure, built by Spanish Miguel López de Legazpi and the Spanish Government in Cebu.
  • Taoist Temple (Cebu City)

    Taoist Temple (Cebu City)
    This temple preserves the teachings of Lao-Tse, the 600 B.C. Chinese philosopher. Located at Beverly Hills, Cebu City.
  • Cebu Provincial Capitol

    Cebu Provincial Capitol
    Having passed by this government building growing up, I have often overlooked the beauty of its dignified dome, Ionic columns and golden statues of draped figures that encompass one of the best preserved colonial buildings in the country from the American occupation.
  • Sky Experience Adventure at Crown Regency Hotel

    Sky Experience Adventure at Crown Regency Hotel
    What I love about Cebu is that every time I come home, the place has always something new to offer: a new mall, new restaurant, new hangout, new beach hideaway, and new friends. No wonder travelers simply can't get enough of the Queen City of the South, making Cebu the most visited city in the country.
  • Fuente Osmeña

    Fuente Osmeña
    Built in honor of Cebu's "Grand Old Man", Sergio Osmeña - the fourth president of the Commonwealth of the Philippines - and to commemorate the city's first waterworks system, Fuente Osmeña is a fountain rotunda where Cebu's major thoroughfares converge: Gen. Maxilom Avenue (aka Mango Avenue), Osmeña Boulevard (aka Jones Avenue, towards downtown) and B. Rodriguez Street. The oval was built in 1912.