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philippine literature: region 7
Transcript of philippine literature: region 7
Bohol's tourist spots
Siquijor's Tourist Spots
Cebu's tourist spots
bohol beach club
loboc zip line
zip line which crosses a distance of 520 meters from one place to another at a height of 120 meters over the Loboc river
From the foot of the mountain, the first notice its height. Mt. Bandilaan is 1,394 feet high and is 557 feet above the sea level. It is known to be the highest peak in the island and has often been compared to Mt. Mayon, having an almost perfect cone shape.
Cambugahay Falls is one of the attractions in Siquijor Island. It consists of cascading multi-tiered waterfalls, with fresh and clean warm water run-off, coming from natural springs, watersheds and small rain forests of the higher mountains.
Basilica Minore del Sto. Nino del Cebu is a 16 century old church, the oldest in the Philippines. The story goes that a sculptured image of Santo Nino was spotted on the exact site left behind by Portuguese and Spanish explorers in 1521 preserved in a burned wooden box.
Bantayan is the main and largest island of the Bantayan island group that lies close to the geographical centre of the Philippine Islands archipelago.
Magellan's Cross is a Christian cross planted by Portuguese, and Spanish explorers as ordered by Ferdinand Magellan upon arriving in Cebu in the Philippines on March 16, 1521
Osmeña Peak is known to be the highest point of elevation in the island of Cebu. It is around 1000 meters above sea level. It is located in the southern part of the Cebu province, specifically Mantalongon, Dalaguete.
Built in 1972, the Cebu Taoist Temple is located in Beverly Hills Subdivision in Cebu City, Philippines. The temple was built by Cebu's substantial Chinese community. With an elevation of 300 meters above sea level, the temple is a towering
CEBU TAOIST TEMPLE
Cebu herritage monument
The Cebu Heritage Monument is a tableau built by the National Artist Eduardo Castrillo. The construction began on July 1997 and inaugurated in December 8, 2000. It features some of Cebu’s important heritage sites and events.
Lapu-lapu’s Monument is a constant reminder of a Filipino bravery. Datu Lapu-lapu, a Mactan Island Chieftain, battled with Ferdinand Magellan, a Spanish invader. The latter was slain forcing its army to retreat and leave the place.
Rizal Boulevard was named after the Philippine’s National Hero, Dr. Jose P. Rizal. Dr. Jose Rizal while on his way to his exile in Dapitan, passed by Dumaguete City and strolled along its beautiful and serene shores.
the Dumaguete belfry was built in 1811 to warn the locals of incoming attacks
It is a freshwater lake in the forested mountains of the southern portion of the island of Negros, with a shape resembling a figure of eight, the narrowest point between the two main portions of the lake being only 90 metres wide.
KADAUGAN SA MACTAN
jaya & elizabeth ramsey
jackie lou blanco
PAPA MATTEO GUIDICELLI
PAPA ENRIQUE GIL!!!
was once named by the spaniards as
isla del fuego
island of fire
believed to ba a mystical island
and full of supernatural phenomena
The main spoken language in the island province is Cebuano. Meanwhile such as English, Spanish and Tagalog lanages are also spoken.
people in siquijor are called
A.K.A "QUEEN CITY OF THE SOUTH"
People in Cebu then were called
because men are heavily tatooed. But now they are called
main religion: roman catholic
Cebu is the oldest philippine city
is the oldest street in the Philippines
It is where you can find the oldest school in the Philippines and Asia "
the University of San Carlos."
Being the most famous of Siquijor's over 45 caves, Cantabon cave's long, winding and difficult trek is both a challenge and a delight to any spelunker.
Inside the cave a subterranean stream and beautiful stalactites and stalagmites abound the cave's huge chambers. After a challenging and adventurous 90 - minutes trail, they are rewarded with a refreshing and rejuvenating dip in the pool.
CHURCH AND CONVENT
Construction was started in 1884 under the supervision of Fray Toribio Sanchez, using indigenous coral stones and local hardwood. Completed and blessed in 1891, it is spacious and measures 42 by 38 meters the biggest among the oldest in the Philippines and the whole Asia. By virtue of Presidential Decree No. 260 dated August 1, 1973 as amended by Presidential Decree No. 375, dated January 14, 1974 and No. 1505 dated June 11, 1978 the Lazi Convent is declared as one of the historical landmarks of the Philippines by the Philippine National Historical Commission.
Negros was originally called
, an old Hiligaynon word thought to mean "
", as it is believed that the island was separated from a larger landmass by rising waters during the last ice age. the Spaniards changed this to
because of the dark-skinned Negritos that live there.
Dumaguete, the Provincial Capital of Negros Oriental The word
is derived from the term
in the local dialect, meaning "
." At one time, this term referred to the numerous pirates and buccaneers that attacked the city.
Cebuano/bisaya (spoken language)
english (official communication)
Mt, Canlaon is located in Negros Oriental
Religion: roman catholic
people who live in dumaguete are called "DUMAGUETENO
Language spoken: Boholano (visayan Dialect) and english
The Boholano people, also called
, refers to the people who live in the island province of Bohol
The island was the seat of the first international treaty of peace and unity between the native king Datu Sikatuna, and Spanish conquistador, Miguel López de Legazpi, on March 16, 1565 through a blood compact alliance
YOYOY VILLAME !
Roman Tesorio Villame
Nov. 18, 1932
May 18, 2007
song writer :
magellan, butse kik, mag exercise tayo.
Jan Carlo Busto
Canlaon Volcano, the highest peak in the island of Negros, dominates the northern end of the province
Peak elevation: 7,989 ft
Base diameter: 30 km
San Pedro Church
is the second oldest church established in Bohol.
Church of Our Lady of Light
(Nuestra Señora de la Luz Parish)
Church of Our Lady of the Assumption
The basilica-style church is built in a mixture of styles, influenced by both Byzantine and Romanesque architecture
Santissima Trinidad Church
Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception
200 native forced laborers constructed the church from coral stones, which they took from the sea, cut into square blocks, and piled on to each other
Sandugo (Visayan) or Isang Dugo (Tagalog) means "One Blood".
"Cebu" came from the old Cebuano word sibu or sibo ("trade")
dialects spoken: cebuno,tagalog english
Sugbo, the ancient name for Cebu City. Sugbo, in turn, was derived from the Old Cebuano term for "scorched earth" or "great fire"