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I was told the cross was planted by Portuguese and Spanish explorers upon arriving in Cebu on March 1521. The original cross was encased within a layer to protect the cross from people who chipped away parts of it, believing that material from the cross...More
Was not too exciting. So many women and gays selling colored candles outside to tourist. Apparently each color represents something in life. It’s a walking distance from the ferry port and just adjacent to Sto Nino church. Across it is Mang Inasal if you are...More
yes, just a cross but it represents a huge change in Filipino culture and religion. Magellan came and died but his memory lingers on as he brought Roman Catholicism and Spanish rule and of course the country's name - Philippines - after King Phillip of...More
Historical place and seemed to be a meeting point and landmark as there were many people selling candles to locals and tourists. Next to this place is Basilica of Santo Nino, the church. The art on ceiling is very beautiful.
This is a historic place and is visited by a lot of tourists, which visit Cebu. The only problem is to find a parking place. If you visit this place, you can visit the Basilica and Colon Street and Colon Market...