• Paco Park and Cemetery Manila: Everything you need to know

    Exploring Paco Park and Cemetery Manila

    Paco Park was built in 1820, and back then, the Paco Cemetery gave rest to the cholera epidemic victims. Ramon Solano y Lladeral, who was a Spanish Governor-General of the Philippines along with several bishops, and the historically known GomBurZa after the execution in 1872, was buried in the cemetery.

    St. Pancratius Chapel at the rear of Paco Park By Carlojoseph14 – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, CC

    During the Spanish colonization period, Paco Park was supposedly the municipal cemetery for wealthy Spanish families. The dead’s remains were buried in the cemetery

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  • DOT welcomes Baguio City’s opening to guests from Luzon starting Oct. 22

    BAGUIO CITY – The Department of Tourism (DOT) welcomes the decision of the local government unit (LGU) of Baguio City to open its doors to guests from Luzon, particularly the National Capital Region (NCR) and Regions 2 and 3, starting on October 22, 2020, noting that the anticipated influx of tourists will generate tourism activities that will spur a swifter recovery of the industry.

    Le Coq Bleu, a French home. LOFT room – Cottages for Rent in Baguio City

    The new development was announced during the DOT -Baguio Post Opening Assessment held today with Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat, Mayor

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