I went to Mandaue City today for an important appointment. I visit Mandaue City regularly but I never really pass by the area near the City Hall. So, I decided to grab the opportunity to shoot today and drop by the St. Joseph (I haven’t been there since I was in grade school) and check out the nearby plaza and the city hall, as well. (Luckily, Lacey -my camera- was with me.)
It was actually my first time to see uplcose the Mandaue City Hall. The building looks really neat and nice. I’ve seen ‘it on TV a couple of times and I must say that it looks much better in person. Hehehe.
The Mandaue City Hall. It looks like a building somewhere in Europe. Hehehe. Nice!
Main doors of the Mandaue City Hall. Neat!
It’s always nice to see some plants and trees near nice looking buildings. If this were a business establishment, a small cafe would be perfect in that spot. Hehehe.
The street that separates the city hall and the St. Joseph Church.
Statue of Justice Sotero Cabahug. That part with blue tiles is supposed to be cascading waterfalls. Hehehe.
Side view of the statue and the waterfalls.
St. Joseph’s Academy and Jollibee! 😀
A small park in front of the city hall.
Benches near the sidewalk. Neat!
Statue of Mayor Alejandro Seno Fortuna.
An open stage/activity center called Rizal-Bonifacio Memorial.
What do you think of Mandaue City’s City hall and plaza?