Fuerte de San Pedro is a military defense structure in Cebu, built by the Spanish under the command of Miguel López de Legazpi, the first governor of the Captaincy General of the Philippines. It is lo...
Ive been to Cebu couple of times already but i never been to Fort Santiago... The entrance is 40 if am not mistaken.. Went here morning and its not that crowded. It was like a mini intramuros. Loved ...
its close to sto niño cathedral. 30php will be collected to you as an entrance fee. the place is historic yeah but, i guess not much to see around here its just a small house with pictures and a pathw...
Nice place where you can see the view of the plaza. You will find the history when they post a pictures that explain the details of where and when it begun. It's nice to know and learn about historical stories of the past. #wintergetaway
Fort San Pedro is located next to the port and is the oldest castle in the Philippines with the San Diego Castle in Manila. It was built when Spain first arrived in the Philippines. During World War II, the castle was used to defend against the Japanese; the era of American rule was used as an officer. The barracks; now they are converted into school classrooms. The SanPedro Fort next to the pier was the first station in Spain to enter Cebu, which was later converted into a memorial park. There is a museum in
Saint-Petro, showing some of the art treasures of the ancient Spanish sailboats, the sunken "San Diego", and the artworks unearthed from the castle. There are also Chinese porcelain, coins, locks, sword fragments, shells and helmets in the Ming Dynasty. Historical significance and precious values are very rare.
The scenic area is not big, the triangular wall, the two facing the sea, one facing the inner city, you can see the harbor on the wall, the building materials of the wall may not be you can imagine - only coral stone and protein, and these two The seemingly fragile material has become a fortress against foreign enemies.
San Pedro Fort, located next to Cebu Port, is a colonial building. It is also one of the oldest castles in the Philippines. It was built by the Spanish invaders who first arrived in the Philippines to defend against Muslims in the southern Philippines.
When the Second World War, this castle was used to defend against the Japanese army. The US military was stationed here and used it as a camp. Many famous military officers were stationed here. There are a lot of traces of war here, which is said to have been deeply imprinted by the war. The San Pedro Fort next to the wharf is the first stop in Spain to enter Cebu, which was later converted into a memorial park. There is a museum in San Pedro Fort, which displays the art treasures of the ancient Spanish sailboats and the sunken San Diego.
The castle is like a big manor. The sun and the shade are dotted with the whole scene. The ancient mystery is full of atmosphere, so it is one of the most popular wedding photography locations in the area.
In Cebu, there is a seemingly inconspicuous castle called Fort San Pedro that is situated right next to the port and the Castle of San Diego in Manila. It is known as the oldest castle in the Philippines and was built when Spain first arrived in the country. During World Way 2, the castle was used to defend against the Japanese army. The barracks that were used for the officers are now used as classrooms. The castle also has a museum and a butterfly valley. In Duma, there are a lot of interesting old buildings. There are many opportunities there for taking pictures.
Fort San Pedro is located next to the port and is also known as the ancient castle of the Philippines with the Castle of San Diego in Manila, which was built when Spain first arrived in the Philippines. During World War II, the castle was used to defend against the Japanese army. The barracks used as military officers during the US military rule were now converted into school classrooms. The San Pedro Fort next to the pier was the first station in Spain to enter Cebu, which was later converted into a memorial park.