Cebu Province, Philippines
List of Municipalities (44) in the Cebu Province within Region VII in the Republic of The Philippines
Alcantara • Alcoy • Alegria • Aloguinsan • Argao • Asturias • Badian • Balamban • Bantayan • Barili • Boljoon • Borbon • Carmen • Catmon • Compostela • Consolacion • Cordova • Daanbantayan • Dalaguete • Dumanjug • Ginatilan • Liloan • Madridejos • Malabuyoc • Medellin • Minglanilla • Moalboal • Oslob • Pilar • Pinamungahan • Poro • Ronda • Samboan • San Fernando • San Francisco • San Remigio • Santa Fe • Santander • Sibonga • Sogod • Tabogon • Tabuelan • Tuburan • Tudela
*Cities (9) in the Province of Cebu: Bogo City • Carcar City • Cebu City • Danao City • Lapu-Lapu City • Mandaue City • Naga City • Talisay City • Toledo City
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Seal of Cebu Province
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Capitol Building of Cebu Province
Capitol Building of Cebu Province
Aerial View of Metro Cebu: Cebu City top left; Mandaue City Right; Lapu-Lapu bottom left
A monument erected for Magellan in Cebu
Cebu Province, Philippines
The province of Cebu is in Region VII in Central Visayas
- Cebu City is the Capital of Cebu
- Z-Wiki has a webpage for all the municipalities, cities and barangays of Cebu. 1,257 webpages for Cebu! As of May of 2010 no-one else can claim this.
- Sister Province of Sichuan, China
- The province of Cebu has 44 Municipalities, 9 Cities, and 1,203 Barangays: Every barangay in the province of Cebu has an Interactive Webpage of its own.
- Registered Voters as of (2010) = 2,018,719
- Population (as of Aug 1, 2007) = 2,439,005
- The Official website of the province of Cebu: http://www.cebu.gov.ph/
- Location of Provincial Capitol: Osmeña Blvd., Cebu City, Philippines
Geography of Cebu, Philippines
- Land Area in Hectare 508,844
The topography of Cebu is characterized by narrow coastlines, limestone plateaus, and coastal plains but with predominant rolling hills and rugged mountain ranges traversing the northern and southern lengths of the island. Although Cebu's steep mountains reach over 1,000 meters, the island lacks substantial forest cover. In the towns of Bogo, San Remigio, Medellin and Daan Bantayan at the northern tip of the province, considerable flat tracts of land are found. Of the three biggest islands, Mactan and Bantayan are relatively flat while Camotes is hilly.
Islands of Cebu Province
- Poro Island: There are two municiapalities in Poro Island: Tudela and Poro.
- Pacijan Island: The municipality of San Francisco is in Pacijan island.
- Poro island and Pacijan island are adjacent to each other. Separated only by a narrow water way.
- Tulang Island
Location of Cebu, Philippines
- Cebu is a 1st Class province in Region VII within the Central Visayan Islands.
- Latitude 9°25 and 11°21' north
- Longtitude 123°18' and 124°40' east
- Distance From Capital (Manila) 588 kilometers (365 miles)
Public Transport in Cebu
Getting around Cebu, one may take a colorful jeepney or a bus at a minimal fare. Tricycles (motorcycles with sidecars) are popular in outlaying areas and in the suburbs, quiet notably within Mactan Island. Taxicabs are widely available.
THE history of Cebu goes way beyond 439 years ago when the island became a province at the start of the Spanish colonization.
Long before that, Cebu was already the center of trade of what is now the southern Philippines, dealing with traders from China, Malaysia, Japan, India, Burma and other parts of Asia.
Cebu already had an organized social structure before the Spaniards came--- with small groups headed by a datu who served as leader. A datu governed his community, settled disputes, made decisions, protected his village from enemies, led them into battle, and received labor and tributes from his people. The position being both a political office and a social class, his authority was taken from his lineage, although his power depended on his wealth, the number of subjects and his reputation for physical prowess.
A community ranged from 30 to 100 households grouped as a barangay and was one based mostly on kinship. Aside from the datu, there were free men called timawa and then the olipon. Spanish reports called the role of an olipon as dependent rather than a slave, because of the absence of violence and harshness notable in European slavery.
People in Cebu then were called pintados because men were heavily tattooed. Lavish ornaments such as gold jewelry were used not only by women but also men.
Prior to Spanish colonization there were already permanent townhouse-looking wooden structures where the datus lived. Ordinary people lived in field cottages or balay-balay that were on stilts: hagdan (house ladder) was a common sight, with floors (salog) made of bamboo or wood and roof (atop) made of palm tree shingles.
In 1521 Ferdinand Magellan and his troops arrived in Cebu, were warmly welcomed by Rajah Humabon’s community which converted to Christianity.
But Magellan was not received well at the island of Mactan, where he was slain by the local chieftain, Lapulapu. Cebu remained free until Manuel Lopez de Legazpi arrived in 1566.
It was then the start of the transformation of Cebu’s civilization under the Spanish regime: Catholic churches were built, priests ruled communities alongside civil leaders, watchtowers were scattered along the island to guard against Moro raids.
On the economic and cultural side, fiesta celebrations were embraced, new agricultural products were introduced, royal decrees led to commercial and agricultural expansion and the establishment of elementary schools in every municipality.
From 1872 to 1896, however, extensive propaganda against abuses of Spaniards was done, a sugar crisis ended the agricultural prosperity Cebu province enjoyed and in 1892, sugar barons or hacienderos were forced to declare bankruptcy.
Philippine Revolution began against Spain in 1898, but before the fruits of independence could bloom, the Americans troops arrived, United States sovereignty over the Philippines was declared and in February 7, 1900 , the Filipino-American war broke.
The rest of Cebu ’s history was then tied to events in the country and the rest of the world: World War 11, Japanese occupation, postwar reconstruction, Philippine independence, then the declaration of Martial Law, and so forth.
But amid all these events, history has witnessed the valiant spirit of the Cebuanos--- principled and resilient, exercising hard work and high standards of morality and professionalism that have since made Cebu a cut above the rest.
- article form the government of Cebu Province
People of Cebu, Philippines
Per data gathered by the Statistics Office as of May 1, 2000, Cebu has a population of about 3,356,137 with the city proper accounting for 718,821. Being the second largest metropolitan area in the country after Manila, migrant workers from neighboring islands in Visayas contribute immensely to the working population.
Cebuano is the native tongue. While Filipino is commonly understood and spoken, the English language is widely used in business transactions and educations.
- Elected officials of Cebu for the term of 2013-2016
- Provincial Governor of Cebu: DAVIDE, HILARIO III - LIBERAL PARTY
- Provincial Vice-Governor of Cebu: MAGPALE, AGNES - LIBERAL PARTY
- Provincial House of Representatives of Cebu:
- Congressman of the 1st District: GULLAS, SAMSAM - NACIONALISTA PARTY
- Congressman of the 2nd District: CAMINERO, WILLY - LIBERAL PARTY
- Congresswoman of the 3rd District: Gwendolyn F. Garcia - UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE
- Congressman of the 4th District: SALIMBANGON, BENHUR - NATIONAL UNITY PARTY
- Congressman of the 5th District: DURANO, ACE - LIBERAL PARTY
- Congressman of the 6th District: QUISUMBING, LUIGI - LIBERAL PARTY
- Elected officials of Cebu for the term of 2010-2013
- Gwendolyn F. Garcia - 2010 to 2013
- Gwendolyn F. Garcia - 2004 to 2010
- Gregorio Sanchez Jr. - 2007 to 2010
- House of Representatives
Barangays Elected Officials of Cebu
Businesses in Cebu, Philippines
- How to Improve Your Business and Livelihood
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Churches, Mosques, or Places of Worship in Cebu, Philippines
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- Mormon Temple, Cebu City, Cebu
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Schools in Cebu, Philippines
School year 2014-2015 starts June 2, 2014 and ends March 27, 2015, for public elementary and secondary schools. The school year will have 201 school days, of which 180 days are “nonnegotiable” student-teacher contact time.
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Economy of Cebu, Philippines
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Natural Resources of Cebu, Philippines
Cebu is best from December to May when the weather turns dry. it is coolest from December to February, hottest from March to May. Temperature can rise as high as 37°C in the summer. The rainy seasons begins in July bringing torrential downpours that would sometimes inhibit movements.
Copper and dolomite mining, industrial parts assembly, food processing, footwear, handicraft, rattancraft, woodcraft, metalcraft, garments, shellcraft, ceramics, basketware, rattan and wicker furniture, cement, costume jewelry, giftware, fertilizer, stonecraft, food products and preserves, electronic devices, transistors and diodes, vehicle assembly, agricultural products.
- Protect the environment
It is sad but true that as of the year 2012 the rivers of the Philippines continue to be the #1 Sewer Systems of the Philippines.
Protect & Save the Rivers. Do not let your sewer drain into the river. Your community can be the first to initiate this project.
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Let us plant more trees in every barangay in the entire Philippines. It does not make any difference if the barangay is urban, partially urban or rural; we need more trees. Trees will prevent erosion, provide oxygen, prevent green house effect, and even a place of business for the shade tree mechanic.
The Philippines is a tropical country and practically anything will grow. The DENR has the planting trees project that goes on every year. Lots of picture taking for the media. Planting trees one by one is the "human" way of doing it. This individual planting of trees is good if done to "line" the roads and highways with trees or along fences or property divisions, or if you have a plantation.
To reforest the nation of the Philippines we have to plant trees the "mother nature" way. Sow the seeds during the rainy season. Go deep into "bald" forests and plant trees by sowing seeds. If there's not enough volunteers to do this, use the military helicopters to fly over the designated areas and sow the seeds.
Guaranteed within a few years, The Philippines will be lush again. >>Read More
We are using our rivers as our sewer system. If you ask a Filipino, "Are the Filipinos a clean people?" The answer is an automatic, "Yes!". However, the Filipinos are suffering from the same disease or attitude as most people do, and that is the "NIMBY" disease or "NIMBY" attitude. (NIMBY) Not In My Back Yard. So it is OK to dump my garbage and sewer there. Not mine! Someone else will take care of it.
This attitude is killing our rivers. Your great-grandparents, grandparents or parents were once proud to tell the stories of how they enjoyed swimming in the river behind your house or nearby. However, you can't say the same or tell the same stories to your kids or grand kids. Why? Because your generation is killing the river.
- Secretary Ramon J. P. Paje
- Department of Environment and Natural Resources
- Visayas Avenue, Diliman, 1100 Quezon City, Philippines
We have so much water in the Philippines and yet very little to drink.
Instead of relying too much on Diesel fuel and Coal to generate the majority of Philippine's Electrical energy Supply, we can concentrate more on renewable and sustainable source of energy such as: Hydro Power, Solar Power, and Wind Power. We have too many black outs.
Tourists Attractions of Cebu, Philippines
- Magellan’s Cross
- (Magellanes St.). Planted in April 21, 1521 by Ferdinand Magellan; spot where the first Christian Filipinos, Rajah Humabon and Queen Juana and about 400 followers, were baptized by Fr. Pedro Valderema. In 1525 to 1740, the Agustinian priests built an open shrine for the cross but the natives began to take chips from the cross believing it had miraculous power so a kiosk-like structure was built to protect the cross from total destruction. To protect it further, a hallow cross of tinadalo wood was made to encase the original cross which still stands today.
Festivals, Fiestas and Traditions of Cebu, Philippines
Every city or municipality has some sort of a festival or tradition that is celebrated every year. In the Philippines almost all barangays that are predominantly populated by Christians celebrate fiesta. Tell us about the festivals, fiestas and traditions of Cebu.
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7 sites for history buffs to visit in uptown Cebu
- Source: http://www.sunstar.com.ph/network/feature/hangingrice/2014/10/01/7-sites-history-buffs-visit-uptown-cebu-368612
- Wednesday, October 1, 2014
- By Line Arias (HangingRice.com)
CEBU is a city with a lot of history. After all, it is one of the oldest cities in the country -- a fact that many born and bred Cebuanos are certainly quite proud of.
Now, if you're a self-confessed history buff, you'll be glad to know that many relics of Cebu's past still exist today. If you ask locals though, most of them will probably lead you downtown where you can find many of the city's museums and old houses.
But contrary to popular belief, uptown Cebu also has some of the cities most important historical and cultural sites or structures. Which am I referring to exactly? Read on and find out.
1. Cebu Provincial Capitol
Facts: Constructed in 1937 and finished about a year later, this important government building may not be a hundred years old yet but it's certainly one of the most important structures in the city. And if you have seen it, you'd agree that it's also one of the structures in Cebu with the grandest facade. It was designed by Juan M. Arellano, one of the most prolific Filipino architects of the 1900s. Like many of Arellano's designs, the Cebu Provincial Capitol is of neoclassical style but with some visible hints of art deco.
How to get there? From downtown, you can take jeepney routes 06B, 06F, 14D, 15, 17B, 17D or any jeepney with the sign that says "Capitol" on the windshield.
What can you find there? It is where you will find the office of the incumbent Cebu governor and other Provincial Government offices, including the Palace of Justice.
When can you visit? The Capitol is like any other government office, which means it's only open from Mondays to Fridays. But you can certainly take snapshots of its beautiful facade on Saturdays, too. On Sundays, it has a makeshift iron fence in front. But I gather you can easily squeeze through some gap on the side -- granted you'll just be there to take pictures and not actually have a picnic or party at the outdoor foyer.
2. Fuente Osmeña Circle
Facts: One of the most famous landmarks of Cebu City, the Fuente Osmeña Circle is deemed by many as the center of the city. It's one of the many memorials dedicated to the "Grand Old Man of Cebu," President Sergio Osmeña (hence the name). Basically, it's an urban park in the middle of the roundabout that you pass by when going from the downtown area to the Cebu Provincial Capitol. The traffic that flow through it are from Osmeña Blvd., Gen. Maxilom Avenue(a.k.a. Mango Avenue), and B. Rodriguez St. Today, it's one of the most popular venues for all kinds of events in the city. In fact, the park is quite a busy place in the months leading to the Christmas holidays until the Sinulog Festival.
How to get there? Any jeepney route that passes through any of the three streets that flow through it, especially those with signs that have "Jones" and/or "Capitol" on them.
What can you find there? Aside from its greenery, its most recognizable feature is the Osmeña fountain in the park's innermost circle. Actually, the word "fuente" is the Spanish word for "fountain," so you can say the park is definitely aptly named. Sadly, the fountain has been decommissioned for quite some time now. Still, the park's remaining trees do still supply some cool fresh air and the many benches can still be a welcome respite for your weary wanderer's feet.
When can you visit? The park's two gates are pretty much open to the public all the days of the week. Sometimes though, they're closed by midnight. One gate can be found across the old police station at the corner of B. Rodriguez St. while the other one is across the Rajah Park Hotel. Be careful crossing the roundabout though, some motorists pretty much ignore the pedestrian lanes (or perhaps they're just unaware that they're supposed to slow down).
3. Don Sergio Osmeña Museum and CAP Art Gallery
Facts: This building was once the family home of Cebu's beloved statesman, President Sergio Osmeña, and was constructed in 1947. It was where Pres. Osmeña entertained the famous Gen. Douglas MacArthur. In fact, the room where the American five-star general stayed is called the MacArthur room. Almost 40 years after it was built though, the family sold the property to CAP (College Assurance Plan). Over the years, new wings were added to the original house. Now it has an auditorium, various business offices, and the Fashion Institute of the Philippines.
How to get there? You can get there by riding any jeepney that passes along Osmeña Blvd. (a.k.a. Jones Avenue). If you're coming from Fuente Circle, you can reach it by just walking past Crown Regency Hotel and McDonald's. It will be right across the street from Jollibee. If you're taking a taxi, you can either tell the driver to get you to CAP or you can give its exact address, which is 60 Osmeña Blvd., Cebu City. Don Sergio Osmeña Museum and CAP Art Gallery in Cebu City
What can you find there? You can certainly find a ton of President Osmeña's old stuff here, including his old Cadillac along with old black and white photos and other memorabilia. The guard who let me in even informed me that many of the furniture in the room are the original ones the Osmeña family once used. I even spied the president's old luggage and the mace he used when he was the Speaker of the National Assembly. Really cool!
When can you visit? Any time during regular business hours from Monday to Saturday. The place is closed on Sundays.
4. Rizal Memorial Library & Museum
Facts: According to the plaque in front, the library was inaugurated on December 30, 1939. I'm not sure when the museum was added, but I assume it was later. The museum can be found in the second floor while the library is on the ground floor. This place is right across Philippine National Bank.
How to get there? Any jeepney from downtown going to the Provincial Capitol will pass by here. Rizal Memorial Library & Museum in Cebu City
What can you find there? The library, of course, has books that may be available to the public. From what I can remember, general reference books can't be brought outside the library though. As for the museum, it has various paintings, some sculpted busts of Philippine heroes and politicians, and old black and white photos of various places here in Cebu.
When can you visit? The museum is open to the public during regular business hours, except for Sundays. The library is open on the same days and hours, except when it is being used for seminars or exclusive workshops.
5. Casino Español de Cebu
Facts: This clubhouse was established in 1920 but the original Casino Español de Cebu was in the corner of Legaspi and Zamora Streets. Today, it can be found at 107-109 V. Ranudo Street. Although the structure today is relatively new, its interior just screams lovely European vintage. Originally a gathering place for the Spanish elite when it opened, the establishment still maintains its exclusivity by only admitting club members in its premises and restaurant. However, their various ballrooms are available for outsiders to rent for all kinds of events such as birthdays, anniversaries, or weddings.
How to get there? To get there, you can ride any jeepney that goes to Ramos-14D jeepneys coming from Ayala Cebu, for instance. Then, you get off right outside Velez College and walk along V. Ranudo St. Once you spy a huge mansion-like structure on the left side of the road -- that is, if you're coming from Velez -- is the Casino Español de Cebu.
What can you find there? The place definitely has that old Spanish mansion vibe with its architecture and interior décor. I remember when I attended a friend's wedding reception there, the signs on the toilet doors were in Spanish. I think it was mujeres for women and hombres for men. They were adorably quaint.
When can you visit? You can probably be allowed to have a look-see for an ocular inspection, if you're canvassing venues for an event. But outsiders are ordinarily allowed inside only if they're in the company of a club member.
6. The Filigree House
Facts: This pretty house was once used as a temporary Casino Español de Cebu, way back when the current clubhouse was still under renovation. However, it is not a property of the club but of Don Gil Garcia and his wife Teresa. The structure is called Filigree House, probably because of its intricately detailed moldings. It was designed in 1932 and is made of hardwood brought in from Surigao del Norte. It was constructed by local artisans, but the design itself was crafted by Don Gil and his wife.
How to get there? You can find this on your way to Casino Español de Cebu, on the opposite side. So any route that takes you to the exclusive club will also bring you to this lovely white house.
What can you find there? It currently looks like a private residence because I spied a car parked beside the house, inside its gates. It may or may not have antique furniture and décor, but you'll never know unless you get to convince one of the current owners to let you inside.
When can you visit? The property is not open to the public. You can probably ask permission to take photos, but you may only do so from the property gates.
7. University of the Philippines Cebu
Facts: Among the oldest UP campuses in the Visayas and Mindanao, UP Cebu was established in 1918. But did you know that UP Cebu was not originally in Lahug? The college held its first school year near the Carbon Market, in the Ermita District. Then it relocated to the Parian District, and after that to Fort San Pedro. The campus was relocated to its present location in Lahug in 1929.
How to get there? From downtown, you can ride any jeepney routes 04B, 04D, 04I, 04H, 17B, 17C, and 17D. If it's bound for Lahug, then it will bring you to UP Cebu.
What can you find there? The most noticeable feature of the campus is "The Oblation" statue right in front of campus' main building, which serves as the administration building. Aside from that, there are also several other structures that serve as offices, classrooms, as well as dormitories. There's also a clinic, a Cebu Cultural Center for Performing Arts, and some study kiosks for students.
When can you visit? Former students tell me that you can pretty much visit the campus whenever it's open. The security guard by the gates will probably ask you what's the purpose of your visit and may or may not ask you to present a valid ID. So far though, I have never been asked to present any identification. But then I've wandered the campus during weekends only, so I'm not so sure about other days.
History was among my favorite subjects back when I was still in school. I love that it gives us clues or glimpses on how people lived during bygone eras -- what were considered proper behavior, what things were considered taboo, what kinds of clothes they wore, and how anyone ever managed to accomplish any work without electricity or computers. Now that I've been done with school for over a decade, historical places still continue to amaze me. And living here in Cebu, I'd probably wouldn't get over my fascination for them for years to come.
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