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The Queen City of the South
Located in the Heart of the Philippines, Cebu City is home to numerous Historical and Religious attractions. Cebu is most famous for the Sinulog Festival, the grandest festival in Cebu City in honour of the Sto. Nino.
Planted in April 14, 1521 by the Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan during a Spanish Expedition, it is believed to be the spot where the first Christian Filipinos were baptized by Fr. Pedro Valderama.
Basilica del Santo Niño
The oldest Roman Catholic church in the country, it is built on the spot where the image of the Santo Niño de Cebú was found during the expedition of Miguel López de Legazpi.
Once used as a provincial jail in Cebu, the Museo Sugbo is now the repository of Cebuano heritage, housing various artworks and artifacts of the Cebuano culture.
Fort San Pedro
Built by the Spanish under the command of Miguel Lopez de Legazpi, the Fort is now a historical park that houses relics from the Spanish Occupation: Spanish documents, paintings, and sculptures.