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• University of Southern Philippines Foundation-Rizaliana Museum. It features a rich collection of memorabilia owned by the Philippine national hero, Dr. Jose P. Rizal

• Sacred Heart Parish Alternative Gallery. The parish was founded in 1952. It houses a gallery designed for local artists to display their works.

• Cebu Normal University Museum. Established in 1902, CNU was once called the Cebu Normal School. The university has a museum which houses World War II memorabilia and old photos of the school.

• Cebu City Museum. The museum gives a clear glimpse of the history of Cebu from pre-Hispanic times to the Contemporary period.

• Mandaue City Plaza. Mandaue was founded in 1599 and became a city in 1969. Fronting the city hall is a wide plaza where the post office, among others, is located.

• Plaza Independencia. Considered to be the largest park of Cebu City, it has statues of some of the prominent figures in Philippine history.

• Casa Gorordo Museum. A Cebuano lifestyle museum which is formerly the 19th century residence of the first Cebuano Bishop Juan Garces Gorordo.

• Cathedral Museum of Cebu. The former rectory of the Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral now houses some of the treasures of the Archdiocese of Cebu.

• Fort San Pedro. It is a fort built at the start of Spanish colonization to protect Cebu from Moro sea raids.

• Yap-Sandiego Ancestral House. Built during the late 18th century, this house turned lifestyle museum is originally owned by a Chinese merchant named Juan Yap and his wife Maria Florido.

• Museo Sugbo. It is the Cebu Provincial Museum. Built in 1871, it was formerly the old Carcel de Cebu during the Spanish, American, and Japanese Occupation up to 2004.

• Museo Parian sa Sugbo (1730 Jesuit House). Built in 1730, it was formerly the residence of the Jesuit Superior in Cebu.

• Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral. It is the ecclesiastical seat of the Metropolitan Archdiocese of Cebu.

• Basilica del Sto. Niño. This church was later constructed on the purported site of the discovery of the Sto. Niño image/icon in 1565. Today, it is an important historical and religious landmark in Cebu.

• Sacred Heart Church. The church was originally dedicated to the Our Lady Queen of China and was finished in 1960 in time to celebrate its first Mass on Christmas Eve.

• Heritage of Cebu Monument. Located on the original Plaza Parian, it showcases significant and symbolic events in the history of Cebu.

• Plaza Hamabar. It features the statue of King Humabon, the king of Cebu when Magellan came to the islands and believed to be the first Christianized Filipino.

• Plaza Sugbo. Used to be called Rizal Plaza, it opened in 2008. The famous Magellan's Cross is located inside the plaza.