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Transcript of Floridablanca
The town was first established in 1823 as a settlement or Hacienda by Spanish Friars belonging to the
Order of Saint Augustine
The primary purpose of the Spanish Priests was to convert the Aetas to Christianity and at the same time minister to the spiritual needs of a few Spanish families and their Filipino farm workers who settled and cultivated the fertile and vast lands of the town.
The town is located on the
of Pampanga along the Zambales mountain ranges and is bounded by the municipalities of Porac on the north, Lubao on the south, Guagua on the east, Dinalupihan, Bataan on the west.
Carmelino Alvendia, Sr.
was born on
November 3, 1906 at Floridablanca, Pampanga.
He earned his Associate of Arts in the University of the Philippines in 1926. He also received his Bachelor of Laws degree, cum laude, in 1930 and his Master of Laws degree in 1933 from the university.
In 1938, he earned his Doctor of Civil Law in the University of Santo Tomas. During the tenure of President Diosdado Macapagal of the Philippines, he was elevated as one of the justices of Court of Appeals.
(born August 5, 1946) is a FAMAS award-winning and Gawad Urian Award-nominated Filipino film and television actor.
Tara mamasyal tana Floridablanca!
formerly known as "Manggang Punglud"
Spanish word meaning Maputing Sampaga
One is that the name Floridablanca was in honor of a certain
Conde de Floridablanca
whom they believed visited the place and hunted wild games in the early 1800s.
The other one is the existence of the l
owly pandacaqui plant
which abound and thrived under the lush forest cover of the town during that period. It is valued and is often used for its medicinal efficacy in treating different diseases.
It is widely believed that what greeted the Spaniards when they set foot on Floridablanca's soil were myriad of
white flowers of pandacaqui
, thus the name Floridablanca.
Bahay na Puti.
The Alvendia House, also known as Bahay na Puti, was the Justice Carmelino Alvendia, Sr. ancestral mansion. It is presently owned, preserved and maintained by his family.
St. Joseph Parish Church.
Fr. Luciano Morron Ylla constructed the church and convent in 1887. The parish was under the Augustinians until 1960.
Basa Air Base.
The base was built and used by the US Army Air Corps before the Second World War and was captured and used by the Japanese Imperial Army Air Force during the early stages of World War II.
Nabuclod Zipline, Cable Car & Nature Tripping.
Gov. Pineda has capitalized on the potentials of Nabuklod as tourism and agricultural area.