Viva Pit Señor!

Every year, Cebuanos are celebrating the feast of Sto. Niño. They celebrate the SINULOG festival, one of the biggest and grandest festivals celebrated in the Philippines. You'll witness the street dancing and several floats plus the fluvial parade which will be carried out in Lapu-lapu bay. You can expect to witness another long stretched parade of devotees following their patron saint as it starts its way traversing the streets of Osmeña Blvd., crossing del Rosario St. then going to Cuenco St. until it find it's way back to the Basilica del Sto. Niño.

Cebuanos are proud to celebrate their culture. In Philippine history, one of the oldest street is located in Cebu, the Colon street, where Filipinos and foreigners alike gather to socialize. During my literature class, I even learned that Cebuanos are actively participating or even published their own journals during the World War II years. The Great Vicente Sotto is among those celebrated journalists of his time. They have the famous Magellans Cross as well, and plenty others to enumerate. No wonder Cebuanos are proud of their heritage.


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