Pari-an Heritage Park

Parian Park is basically a showcase of the heritage and rich history of Cebu City and Cebu Province.

I went here at about 6:30 in the morning, to avoid the bad elements that are present during rush hours, hehe.

The Parian Fire Station, since 1954

The three churches in the upper left portion are probably Sto. Nino, Cebu Cathedral and i don’t know. Will research on this more, hehe..

The cone shape with triangular roof with wall is Port San Pedro.

I believe this one represents the first mass in Limasawa Island.

Lapu-Lapu fighting against Spanish soldiers.

The first mass and the people of Lapu-Lapu.

12 Responses to Pari-an Heritage Park

  1. richard says:

    Bai, im just curios about this. Where did you get this idea in taking pictures? It’s really great bai to have such website like this. Even though we’re far yet we feel duol ra mi.

    • Cebuano says:

      Chard, been wanting to have my own camera. Then, na hooked ko sa blogging, so naka idea ko ug put up ug photo blog. Although my first blog was not a photo blog, it was more about opinions.

  2. richard says:

    Bai, im just curios about this. Where did you get this idea in taking pictures? It’s really great bai to have such website like this. Even though we’re far yet we feel duol ra mi.

    • Cebuano says:

      Chard, been wanting to have my own camera. Then, na hooked ko sa blogging, so naka idea ko ug put up ug photo blog. Although my first blog was not a photo blog, it was more about opinions.

  3. robert007 says:

    sir… i think the church that you were unable to figure out is the old Parian Church… what’s left at present is a landmark near the fire station… the Parian Church was actually “dismantled” stone by stone… quite funny but it’s true… a magnificent piece of architecture destroyed because of enviousness by the friars… try searching for it…

  4. robert007 says:

    sir… i think the church that you were unable to figure out is the old Parian Church… what’s left at present is a landmark near the fire station… the Parian Church was actually “dismantled” stone by stone… quite funny but it’s true… a magnificent piece of architecture destroyed because of enviousness by the friars… try searching for it…

  5. uhm….it’s beautiful
     

  6. uhm….it’s beautiful
     

  7. Richard says:

    Indeed, cebu is really beautiful and the best. But also give credit to the person doing and posting this picture. Honestly, without this site, i will not really know the beauty and wonders of Cebu… Thanks to this site and the person responsible.

  8. Richard says:

    Indeed, cebu is really beautiful and the best. But also give credit to the person doing and posting this picture. Honestly, without this site, i will not really know the beauty and wonders of Cebu… Thanks to this site and the person responsible.

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