This is a very great building, bearing in mind the past and history of Cebu. The monument is located opposite Yap-Sandiego Ancentral, just a few steps from Santo Nino Church. It is not far from the oldest Huofang station in Cebu, which was built in the late 1950s. It is not very big, and the overall shape is a circle. This is truly a historic milestone and you should never miss it during your trip to Cebu City. Cheers!
This monument is actually a great monument, signifying important events in the Philippine history. Somehow, the area itself is no longer that clean and pretty. There were already vandals written at the bottom part of the monument. Sometimes, there are human and animal poops around it. It is also not well-maintained by the local government. That is why I only rated it as 2/5. Nonetheless, this monument is right across the Yap-San Diego Ancestral House, so basically, it would still be worth your time to peek a little on this monument before leaving the Parian area.
There are not many places to see in Cebu, and the Heritage Monument is one of the more worth seeing places. From a distance, I thought the attraction was very mini, but when I approached it, I realized that it was not there. The different facades of the sculpture introduce different important historical stages of Cebu. Some visitors to the Holy Child will be more familiar, because most people will visit the Church of the Holy Child. The merchant who sells pearls here is actually a foreigner who is also proficient in Korean and Chinese. I really think he should do a translation.