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Cagsawa Ruins Legazpi City was closed to the Philippines. Cagsawa ruins, how the Church has been suggested is the breaks that are flooding the worst eruption of lava on the mountain Over Mt. Mayon in 1814 On Over It’s In The explosion here killed about 1200 people who were in Cagsawa ruins trying to find shelter before the uprising of a volcano. Of the original church was today left only the belfry.
Cagsawa from visiting the ruins is a job in it and also a symbol of that Remember alongside people with a majestic mountain Mt. Mayon. The eruption of the 1814 here does not resemble Cagsawa only ruins, but also lava stones which are littered around the church.
From the perspective of space is also beautiful to Mt. Mayon.
In the city in May pointed to a number of tourist attractions, such as Mt. Mayon km about 10, about 28 km Cave, Donsol km about 31, about 30 km Tourist Center, Legazpi km about 5, about 40 km Sorsogon, Masbate km about 89, about 58 km of Mount Bulusan, about 95 km Puraran Beach, Catanduanes km about 91
MANILA (AFP) – The Philippines on Sunday celebrated in style the victory of Manny Pacquiao, who on Saturday won the middleweight belt from the World Boxing Council (WBC) in Dallas, beating Mexico’s Antonio Margarito by unanimous decision after 12 rounds .
With his victory, the fighter now has eight world titles sum up in the Philippines and a wave of jubilation of his countrymen, in a country of 94 million people with serious social problems.
“Pacquiao is the best fighter of all time,” said Aliudin Sumael, 43, a Muslim farmer who came to the cultural center of the violent southern province of Maguindanao to see combat.
“I think I could share his millions with the poor Muslims like us,” he said.
Pacquiao’s ascension from poverty to the pinnacle of world boxing is one of the most spectacular success stories of the Philippines in recent years, in a society struggling against extreme poverty, corruption and natural disasters.