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Copy of Bacolor,Pampanga

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Vision & Mission
A competitive and dynamic agro-commercial center which helps provide food, manpower and services for the province and Subic-Clark corridor that will likewise serve as the center of Kapampangan arts, culture and history and education with clean, safe and well-managed environment and well-planned, quality and effective infrastructure inhabited by God-centered, service-oriented and empowered citizenry under honest, intelligent and strong-willed leadership.
1571-Existence of Bacolor.When the Spaniards
under the leadership of Ferdinand Blumentrit arrived that
found "Baculud". Its original name meaning high level ground.
The first settlers of Bacolor were believed to be Malayans that came from Atjeth Sumatra led by Panday Pira. It is believed to have been founded by Monmon, first cousin and sister-in-law of Malangsic, a son of Prince Balagtas.

In the year 1762 after the fall of Manila to the English invaders, Governor General Simon de Anda retreated and made Bacolor the seat of the Spanish Government. It was the seat of government from October 6, 1762 to May 30, 1764 and practically served as the Capital of the Philippines. Thru, a decree of the King of Spain on November 9, 1765, Bacolor became "Villa de Bacolor", one of the only three villas in the Philippines and was granted a Special Coat of Arms. Simon de Anda organized an army of natives with which he finally recaptured Manila from the British invaders.
The coming of the American colonizers broke up in the military form of government and instead political and economic reforms were introduced. A civil form of government was organized and was inaugurated on February 13, 1901 by Com. William H. Taft which took place in the old "Escuela de Artes y Officios de Bacolor", (formerly named Pampanga School of Arts and Trade) now known as the Don Honorio Ventura College of Arts and Trade. The first Provincial Civil Governor was Don Ceferino Joven and the first Municipal President of Bacolor was Don Estanislao Santos.
Pampanga was acknowledged as the first province to have organized civil government in the Philippines by General Grant, the then President of the United States of America.

Bacolor's festivity is celebrated every 10th day of February and the La Naval Fiesta is being held every 3rd Sunday of November.

Bacolor took the center stage of the national history in the last decade of the 20th century when the Mt. Pinatubo eruption devastated 95% of the whole town, burying 18 out of its 21 progressive barangays.
1757-the provincial building,
Casa Real, was constructed at the
place where the Bacolor Elementary School is located.
1574- Official foundation of Bacolor through a landlord named Guillermo Manabat, whose palatial house and resting place is now the site of the San Guillermo Church, hence the church's name.
Take Note!!
The name Baculud was changed to Bacolor when the Spaniards came to the place. It was recorded to have been the first capital of Pampanga for two centuries (1698-1904) before San Fernando was declared the capital town of the province in July 1904.
1.To rebuild the existing communities for ideal settlements, encouraging local residents to go back home.
2.To move forward towards economic recovery as the second phase of rehabilitation through establishments and promotion of local commerce and industries to generate employment and income.
3.To develop unproductive agricultural langs into special economic manufacturing industries.
4.To enhance agricultural production through farm rehabilition and agricultural development.
Development Slogan
Known as the "sunken church" for it is one of the structures that was half-buried by lahar flow. Now, it can be accessed through once were 2nd floor windows for the windows was converted to doorways.
San Guillermo Parish Church
The sunken church and town of Bacolor were used to shoot the 2009 television series "May Bukas Pa"

Also, we could see the Memorial Kilometer Post of the Bataan Death March in Bacolor,Pampanga
formerly known as Don Honorio Ventura College of Arts and Trades and it's known to be the Oldest Vocational School in Far East Asia established since 1861
Don Honorio Ventura Technological State University
De Anda y Salazar was an Oidor of the Royal Audience of Manila, who was appointed as Lieutenant Governor of the city by the Governor-General of the Philippines and the Audiencia itself during the British occupation of Manila. He departed Manila on October 4, 1762, two days before the city was captured by British forces, and established a new Spanish base in Bacolor, Pampanga. The governor and capitan-general Archbishop Manuel Rojo, was captured by the British, and with the Real Audiencia ceded the islands to them.
Simón de Anda y Salazar monument at the town hall;
Bacolor is politically subdivided into 21 barangays.
Balas-rural 171
Cabalantian-rural 2,878
Cabambangan-urban 358
Cabetican-rural 2675
Calibutbut-urban 6,114
Concepcion-rural 145
Dolores- rural 283
Duat-rural 277
Macabacle-rural 622
Magliman-rural 1,593
Maliwalu-rural 695

Mesalipit-rural 384
Parulog-rural 260
Potrero-rural 192
San Antonio-rural 610
San Isidro-rural 4,218
San Vicente-urban 1,569
Santa Barbara-rural 719
Santa Ines-urban 745
Talba-rural 209
Tinajero-rural 519
According to the Philippine income classification for provinces, cities and municipalities Bacolor is a 3rd class municipality. The urbanization status of Bacolor is classified as partly urban.
According to the 2007 census, Bacolor has a population of 25,238 residents and is part of the big group of 1073 cities and municipalities in the Philippines which have more than 10.000 residents but did not reach 50.000 population yet. Based on the number of its inhabitants Bacolor is number 1003 of the most populous cities of the Philippines and at 488 in Luzon group of islands and at 22 of the most populous cities of province Pampanga. With an area of 71.70 km² Bacolor occupies a relatively small urban area. Accordingly, there is a high population density. In Bacolor, by average, 351.99 people live in one square kilometer. With this value, Bacolor is only number 323 in Luzon and is nationally ranked 502nd of the most densely populated cities in the Philippines.
Si Juan Crisostomo Soto ay isinilang sa Santa Ines, Bacolor, Pampanga. Tinagurian siyang Ama ng Panitikang Kapampangan. Pambihira ang kanyang kahusayan sa pagtatalong patula sa wikang Kapampangan kung kaya ang pagtatalong patula sa wikang Kapampangan ay tinawag na Crisotan na katumbas ng Balagtasan sa wikang Tagalog. Isa siyang manunulat-makata, mandudula at editor sa wikang Kapampangan.
Monument to the revolutionary Juan Crisostomo Soto
Felix Galura Y Napao was a Pampango writer and revolutionary leader. He was one of the first members of the Katipunan in his province. He was known in his province as the "Father of Pampango Grammar".
Monument to Felix Galura Y Napao
The Archdiocesan Shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes of Cabetican, Bacolor, Pampanga, Phlippines 2001 is the HOME of the MIRACULOUS IMAGE OF OUR LADY OF LOURDES OF CABETICAN SINCE MAY 16, 1906.
Archdiocesan Shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes
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