The Real Fuerza de Nuestra Señora del Pilar de Zaragoza, also Fort Pilar, is a 17th-century military defense fortress built by the Spanish colonial government in Zamboanga City, Philippines. The fort, which is now a regional museum of the National Museum of the Philippines, is a major landmark of the city and symbol of its cultural heritage. Outside the eastern wall is a Marian shrine dedicated to Our Lady of the Pillar, the patroness of the city.
The Great Santa Cruz Island is one of the rare beaches in the Philippines with unspoiled beauty of a pink sand surrounded by crystal clear turquoise water located in the Hispanic City or The Little Spain of Asia most specifically in Zamboanga Golf Course and Beach Park, Upper Calarian, Zamboanga City.
Cabatangan, Zamboanga City, Philippines by Benedict Alibasa I have lived in Zamboanga City for years & moved to America in 1994. My mom Mary Kuan,& my dad Antonio Aizon bought land from Mr. Machado in 1987 & started construction on our house a year later.
Merloquet Falls in Zamboanga City is one of the more scenic waterfalls I’ve visited in the country. Because of its isolation, the area remains pristine and there are a lot of strategic vantage points for photography. It’s good to note that people are not allowed to eat or drink at the waterfalls.
Mount Pulong Bato is a monolith located in Zamboanga City at the Zamboanga Peninsula, the western tip of the island of Mindanao in the Philippines. The mountain is situated in the Upper Abong-Abong Park within the Pasonanca Natural Park, in Barangay Pasonanca, only a few kilometers away from the city's downtown section.
History of Pasonanca, Zamboanga City. Pasonanca became a barangay of Zamboanga city upon the enactment of Commonwealth Act No. 39, s. in 1937. It is one of the 98 Barangays of Zamboanga City. People of Pasonanca, Zamboanga City. Approximate Population of Pasonanca based on the the 2007 is about 27,000.
Here is a beautiful poem about the Pasonanca Tree House. ZAMBOANGA TREE HOUSE Elizabeth Stafford Pasonanca Park Tree-House September 30, 1963. From the heart of an Acacia tree Come these words from me to thee In a tree-house I now stay My third day, out Zamboanga way. Leafy boughs frame screen-tight windows and sky is etched in swaying palm-frond rows.
Taluksangay Mosque (Masjid Taluksangay) is the oldest mosque in the entire Zamboanga Peninsula. The mosque is located in the coastal barangay of Taluksangay in Zamboanga City, and was built in 1885 by Hadji Abdullah Maas Nuno. Since then, it has become the center of propagation of Islam in the Western Mindanao region.