My friend told me that the oldest street in the whole city carries the history of the city. The appearance is rather old. I've passed here several times, by taxi, by jeepney, and the busy street scenes are filled with bits and pieces of poverty that permeate the country. In less than a minute, as a man who grew up in a city, he felt that he needed to have a new understanding of life.
Columbus Road, the oldest street in the Philippines, is said to be named in memory of navigator Columbus. It is located in the central area of Suwu and is still the most prosperous area. Only the mode stays in China in the 1980s. Most of the bottom stores sell mobile phones and their peripheral products, and mainly use unknown simulators, with only a small number of smartphones. Walkways are uneven, sewers are open, houses on both sides are hard to hide their decay. Only one hundred years of high school on this road has shown vigor and vitality. It is interesting that the students'entrance devices, like the subway entrance, need to swipe their cards to enter.
Walking on Cebu Street. Parian, Colon Street, Parian and Colon Street are the oldest streets in the Philippines built by Spaniards in the busy area of Cebu City. There are some old-fashioned colonial buildings, as well as rows of shops, cinemas, restaurants and so on. The main campus of Cebu University is also in this area.
Colon Street, located in Parian or Tang area, is the heart of the city. It is the oldest street in Cebu and even in the Philippines. It is said to be named in memory of the navigator Columbus. It is a thriving business centre of Cebu in the daytime and transformed into a colorful entertainment zone at night. The monument erected on the street marks its honorary status as the oldest street.
Column Road is the busiest and oldest street in Suwu. There are many shops and the busiest place in Suwu.
This Column Road is the most prosperous place in Cebu. There are many snacks, fruits, seafood, theatres and other leisure and recreational centers.