Fuente Is Ready For Sinulog 2009!

 

Yep. You heard it right! The Sinulog 2009 Grand Parade is still a week away but everything is all set in midtown Cebu. Once again, the Fuente Osmena area is filled with different Sinulog-related displays put up by different establishments and organizations.

 

Pit Senyor! The Penshoppe Sinulog 2009 display at the Fuente Osmena rotunda.

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The Sinulog 2009 display of Bambi Edible Oil in front of the Fuente clock.

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Their ensemble shows the important ‘local colors’ of Cebu.

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Most important of them all is the Image of the Nino.

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Then there’s Cebu’s hero Datu Lapu Lapu, a skyscraper in Mandaue (also owned by the owner of Bambi), the Cebuano guitar and the gumamela. (I’m not sure about the gumamela, though. Hehehe)

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At the center of it all is the kiosk of Magellan’s Cross – the existing proof that Cebu is the seat of Christianity in Asia and the Philippines and the living symbol not only of Cebu City but also of the entire island.

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Then, there’s the Basilica, the Marcelo Fernan Bridge, and of course, Bambi Edible Oil. Hehehehe.

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The display and the colorful ‘crown’ of Crown Regency.

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The display and Cebu’s current tallest skyscraper.

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My mom posing for the camera. Hahaha.

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This one is the Sinulog display of St. Cecilia’s college.

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Once again, their display this year focuses on the Nino and his being a child.

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This wall more or less summarizes the history of the Island of Cebu.

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This display is front another regular – Penshoppe. Pit Senyor!

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Their place is well-lit and well-maintained.

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Image of the Nino inside a glass case.

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Flowers offered below the image.

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Side stairs.

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A for time and effort spent.

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A sampaguita vendor willingly posed for a shot.

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EXTRA EXTRA

 

The first LCD screen in Cebu City (Maria Christina Building). Now, there are two more lcd screens in Cebu.

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The Christmas Tree and the digital clock of M. Lhuillier

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Fail! Hehehe.

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