Goshen Resort and Hotel is a theme park organized and managed by a corporation. Its theme is patterned after the famous Colosseum in Rome, Italy which fascinates hotel guests, visitors and walk-ins from neighboring provinces these days.
A carving of an Ifugao native with a goat on his back depicts the traditional goat-hunting in the landlocked province of Ifugao.
The newest Petron weighty hypercar desk collectible has a magnetic steel cover and press-button adjustable sides to fit the width of your mobile phone.
St. Polycarp Parish Church is among the existing centuries-old, long-lasting Baroque churches the Spaniards built in the Philippines. It is located in the City of Cabuyao (formerly known as Tabuko) in Laguna.
After General Emilio Aguinaldo's demise in 1964, Aguinaldo mansion, aka the House of History, was declared a national shrine (freedom shrine) by means of RA 4039 by President Diosdado Macapagal on 18 June 1964.
The declaration of independence transpired nineteen days after General Emilio Aguinaldo established a Dictatorial Government, which existed from 24 May 1898 to 22 June 1898.
The famous man-made Lion's head arguably carved out of limestone in 1970s by a Cordilleran carver, Reynaldo Lopez Nanyak.
By virtue of RA 8491, otherwise known as the Flag and Heraldic Code of the Philippines, yearly, we observe Flag days from May 28 to June 12. This is in commemoration of the victory of General Emilio Famy Aguinaldo and his gallant men against the Spaniards and the unfurling of the first Philippine flag at... Continue Reading →
This is a popular and highly regarded place for reflection in the Province of Bukidnon. Located on a hill in the village of San Jose in the capital city of Bukidnon, Monastery of Transfiguration is home to the Benedictine monks. Inaugurated in 1983, the pyramid-like monastery was designed by National Artist for Architecture Leandro Locsin... Continue Reading →
The cathedral of Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto is a famous landmark in the province wherein thousands of devotees from all walks of life, regardless where they come from, flock here by foot or "alay lakad" every Lenten season to pay homage to Jesus Christ and to visit some attractions here like the 14 Stations of the cross, the statue of Jesus Christ in the cave, the miracle spring, among others.