Monday, December 7, 2009


Cebu Island, 1,702 square miles (4,408 sq km) in land area, composed the Visayan Islands and is located between Leyte and Negros. Sugbu, as the island was once called, is the oldest city in the Philippines. Once a fishing village in the 15th century, it is now a thriving trade center and a busy metropolis that serves as a median for the exchange of goods and services nationwide. It is one of the most popular tourist and business destinations in the Philippines. Dubbed as "The Queen City of the South," it boasts of numerous resplendent treasures yet to be discovered by travelers who love to explore the unknown. The man who's picture appeared above is the world's first navigator.


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