Mandaue City Upclose

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!

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Main doors of the Mandaue City Hall. Neat!

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Mandaue Presidencia

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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.

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The street that separates the city hall and the St. Joseph Church.

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Statue of Justice Sotero Cabahug. That part with blue tiles is supposed to be cascading waterfalls. Hehehe.

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Side view of the statue and the waterfalls.

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St. Joseph’s Academy and Jollibee! 😀

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A small park in front of the city hall.

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Benches near the sidewalk. Neat!

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Statue of Mayor Alejandro Seno Fortuna.

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An open stage/activity center called Rizal-Bonifacio Memorial.

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What do you think of Mandaue City’s City hall and plaza?

27 thoughts on “Mandaue City Upclose

  1. Definitely, this brings back good memories. Mandaue City is a beautiful small community with friendly people. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to drop by there when I visited Cebu.:( Thanks to a job well done, Ley.

  2. oh ya the rizal-bonifacio mem stage…. wow, naa lang gihapon… jollibee was not there before across the street was a historic huge house/bldg w/several small stores and acrross from it at the side of SJA was a gas station padulong na towards the mercado… hehehehe…. ley salamat kaayo

  3. my home place!!!! and SJA, that’s my alma mater and that jollibee across it; the city hall where my father work up to now, and the Shrine of St. Joseph where i used to standby while maghuwat sa service vehicle namo sa school hehehhe it brings back good memories and thanks to you lei, gimingaw ko diri ug samot! = ( LOL

  4. never realized up till this posting that i have not visited nor did a close look at mandaue city hall and the church. i do not know who to blame but me, the fact that one of my property is not even far from these 2 sites-tho i only lived there shortly also. thanks for these beautiful shots, Ley-you are right, the building’s outlook is clean and tidy hope the inside mirror just like the outside as also the entire workforce. i will try seeing them in my next visit, enshallaaaaaaaaaa.

  5. yah leyland, thanks a lot for featuring mandaue city, it is very nice to see and check mndaue is back in old state. i like all this photos you’ve shoot..

  6. oh pgka nindot*MANDAUE gayod !actually all these places u’ve post leaves some soft spot to us MANDAUEHANON,salamat for posting-LEYLAND.btw,we have a very competent MAYOR JONAS CORTES to take care of MANDAUE,with no more tainted anomalies 😉

  7. Believe it or not Ley I almost asked your permission to use the 1st picture in my weekly contest a week ago. Hehehe… kelan kaya yung pictures ng Camotes? Antay ko pa rin yun ha.

    Btw, I announced na the winners in my blog today. Siyepmpre andun ka. Thank you again for funticipating. 😀

  8. Is there any work here in MAndaue cebu, Like computer TEch, Encoder, Networking, software developer or be in Internet cafe.. I need that work PLs contect mehhh



  9. I miss this place mandaue City because I was working here before at the Hall of Justice MTCC Branch 2 when I was there, I love this place. But sad to think that I’m here in the USA now, but sometimes i will go visit again in this place…

  10. Very vivid pictures…feel a little bit sad. Stayed in Mandaue for three years as a salesman (heavy equipments)and I enjoyed every day of it. Someday, I can go back with my wife and show her how I was able to cope with the loneliness, the plaza, the afternoon carinderia near the market, jollibee, the municipal building and especially St. Joseph’s church.Thank you very much!

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