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Magellan's Cross is a Christian cross planted by Portuguese, and Spanish explorers as ordered by Ferdinand Magellan upon arriving in Cebu in the Philippines in April 1521.
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Clement & Sherelyn
Clement & Sherelyn
February 5, 2020
Magellan’s Cross is a Christian cross planted by the Portuguese and Spanish explorers. They were ordered to do so by Ferdinand Magellan upon arriving in Cebu City on March 15, 1521. The cross is nestled in a chapel next to the Basilica Minore del Santo Niño and in front of the city hall and on…
John Thomas
John Thomas
February 4, 2020
This is one of Philippine's historic places.
January 29, 2020
It is believed to be a Christian cross planted by the Portuguese and Spanish explorers headed by Ferdinand Magellan. It was planted upon their arrival in Cebu on March 15, 1521. ... Rajah Humabon, his wife and hundreds of his native warriors agreed to accept Christianity and were consequently…
January 17, 2020
"This famous tourist spot, one in which Cebu is very known for, houses the original cross that Magellan planted in the city as a symbol of Christianity. It is one of the most visited spots in Cebu." - from: SouthPole Central Hotel
January 11, 2020
This historic and symbolic cross is just outside the Basilica of Senior Sto Niño. The place where Ferdinand Magellan planted the cross upon arriving Philippines on 1521. I recommend this historic place to anyone who visits Cebu. This is the starting point of Christianity in the country.

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“You can find everything that you need while you are in Cebu from food, clothing, travel tickets, local banks, office supplies, movie theater, electronic supplies and more.”
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Memorial Site
“A grand monument to love stands imposing albeit unfinished over Cebu. Temple of Leah is an expansive park built by Teodorico Adarna for his wife Leah. It echoes Roman and Greek architecture, with the Parthenon-inspired edifice as the centerpiece. This 7-storey (and still expanding) structure has an art gallery and a library housing the temple queen's favorite effects. There's also a ten-foot statue of Leah waiting to welcome visitors. Temple of Leah has a Php50/head entrance fee. One also needs to pay Php100 for parking within the premises, but street parking is also available but limited. Professional photoshoots may be conducted for Php2,500. The temple can be visited anytime, everyday of the week. How to get there: From Gorordo or Lahug (or USC Main), take a 04H jeepney. Fare is about P15-20 one way. You can also rent a habal-habal for P100-120 for 2 persons.”
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“Approx 15 mins taxi depending on traffic. Many branded shops eg Levis, Apple, Samsung, H&M etc. Food court at top floor. Scores of restaurants on "The Terraces" and some bars on the very top floor eg The Social. Live bands / events on a regular basis. Some nice outside areas to relax. ”
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“Fuerte de San Pedro is a military defense structure in Cebu (Philippines), built by the Spanish under the command of Miguel López de Legazpi, first governor of the Captaincy General of the Philippines. It is located in the area now called Plaza Indepedencia, in the pier area of the city. The original fort was made of wood and built after the arrival of Legazpi and his expedition. In the early 17th century a stone fort was built to repel Muslim raiders. Today's structure dates from 1738 and is the oldest triangular bastion fort in the country.”
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Point of Interest
“If you're looking for a spanning view of the city plus a place to have a quick snack, Tops Lookout is the place to be. This observation deck has a bird's eye view of Cebu's skyline and also has several options for casual dining. There are also some nice spots for photos. An entrance fee of Php100/person is collected to get into Tops. How to get there: From JY Square, you can either ride a taxi or a motorcycle (habal-habal) on your way to the top. The taxi can cost around Php600 - Php1000, while habal-habal may be about Php100 - Php150 pesos (one-way). You may also opt to take a 04I jeepney from JY Square and ask the driver to drop you off at Plaza Housing. From Plaza Housing, get on a habal-habal to Tops for around Php75 - Php80 one way. ”
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Cebu City, Central Visayas
Номер телефона+63 32 416 4579
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