|After the foreigners pass by, I got the chance to pose |
at the facade of the Fort San Pedro of Cebu
In the Plaza Independencia, the Malacanang of Cebu can be found. And just about two blocks away is the Magellan's Cross and Basilica de Santo Nino.
|Posing by the door of the museum inside the Fort. |
Photo taken by Ms. Cecile Mesias.
|A tattered and aged vest with drawings... |
story is in the next photo.
|The well with healing waters found inside the fort.|
|an admirable veranda on the way up the fort.|
|series of doors to the quarters.|
|fresh air and old stones|
|Fort San Pedro park is right in the middle of the stone fortress...|
|The fortress' entrance and exit.|
|The photo storyboard of the The Fort|
|FORT OF SAN PEDRO. The fort of San Pedro,|
described in an official report of 1739,
is triangular in shape and made of stone and mortar.
The three bastions are La Concepcion, San Ignacio de Loyola
and San Miguel (Powder Magazine)
|I was here, posing with a dear friend Ms. Cecile Mesias.|