Love traditional food while admiring scenery at all the same time and overlooking in Manila Bay? Everyone is encouraged to fish at the fishponds surrounding the area and have it cooked what they want it. @microsourcing #getyourflareon#ms1880
Wishing everyone a blessed Sunday! ☀️🌊😎 . . 📍Escuela Catolica de Boljoon | Cebu, PH🇵🇭 . . . . The Escuela Catolica was built in 1940 by the Spanish clergy in Boljoon. The building served as a dorm for children who were about to take their first communion, according to the Cebu Heritage Frontier. The children housed in the building are those who come mainly from the upland barangays of the town. In addition, the structure was also used as the venue for religious teachings and was also used as a school at one point. . The two-level structure had a similar design as the schools built by the Americans. Rather than using a combination of stones and wood as what is used on Spanish colonial houses, wood was used for the entire structure. It featured a symmetrical façade and was rectangular in shape. The building also had a double grand staircase leading to the upper level. The base of the roof pediments of the Escuela Catolica were decorated with bas reliefs. Ornate carvings can also be found under it.