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Cotta Fort in Ozamiz

Thursday, June 24th, 2010 | Leave a response

The Cotta Fort was built by Father Jose Ducos in 1756 to serve as a Spanish outpost in the land. It was renovated and restored to its original design in 2002 under the leadership of Mayor Reynaldo O. Parojinog, Sr. and Vice Mayor Carlos Patricio C. Bernad. This is one of the many reasons why tourists go to Ozamiz, Philippines. It is the first to attract passengers from incoming vessels to the Ozamiz City Port as it is already visible […]

Heroes Park, Ozamiz, Philippines

Monday, June 21st, 2010 | Leave a response

The Heroes Park, which also serves as a Heroes Memorial Tomb, is a dedication by the members of the Mindanao Sulu Veterans, Inc and the Women Auxiliary Service of the Philippines to those who died in defending the Philippines against foreign forces and pirates either in battle, in prison, in siege, by sickness, by exhaustion or by torture. The people who made the Heroes Park mourn over the death, admire the courage, praised the fortitude and cherished the virtues to […]

The Blessed Virgin of Cotta of Ozamiz

Sunday, June 20th, 2010 | Leave a response

Ozamiz is one of those cities that have Spanish relics up until today. One of its main attraction and a religious account is the image of the Blessed Virgin of Cotta that still stands today warding the Port of Ozamiz or the Panguil Bay just beside Fort Santiago.  The Blessed Virgin of Cotta of Ozamiz was built in 1755 by Father Jose Ducos in order to serve as the frontier settlement of Spanish rule in Mindanao. Later on, patronage grew […]

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