1 Tuesday, 11 August 2020 01:26

MacArthur Marker

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MacArthur Marker Probaby the biggest military cap in the world, the "scrambled egg hat" marks the spot in the Macabalan Port where Gen. Douglas MacArthur landed in 1942 enroute to his escape to Australia during World War II. The big five golden stars supporting the cap represent the rank of…

1 Tuesday, 11 August 2020 01:27

Golden Friendship Park - Divisoria

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Golden Friendship Park - Divisoria Constructed in 1902 to serve as a fire breach, the park, known as Divisoria, consist of five islands featuring the monuments of the national hero Jose P. Rizal, President Ramon Magsaysay, and Andres Bonifacio. The City of Freedom monument and the Kiosko Kagawasan are also…

1 Tuesday, 11 August 2020 01:27

San Augustine Cathedral

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San Augustine Cathedral The Saint Augustine Cathedral was built in 1624 by Fray Agustin San Pedro who was called El Padre Capitan by the residents here. In 1778, boththe church and convent were burned down. From its ruins, Fray Pedro de Santa Barbara, together with generous Cagayanons, built the new…

1 Tuesday, 11 August 2020 01:28

Whitewater Rafting Adventure

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Whitewater Rafting Adventure Cagayan de Oro is the Whitewater Rafting Capital in the Philippines. It isthe only city in the country that offers rafting year-round. Its river depth, incline and rock formations make rafting here in the Cagayan River a fund and exciting experience.Enthusiasts can connect with any of the…

1 Tuesday, 11 August 2020 01:29

Gaston Park

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Gaston Park Named after a pre-war Municipal Mayor of Cagayan de Oro, Segundo Gaston, the park is located near the St. Augustine Cathedral and the Archbishop’s Palace. Gaston Park was the main plaza of Cagayan de Misamis during the Spanish colonial period. It served as the training ground of local…

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