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BAGUIO CITY HISTORY AND CULTURE
About 250 kilometers from Manila, 1,500 feet above sea level, with a cool climate throughout the year, is the country’s summer capital, Baguio City. It is situated in the Cordillera Administrative Region, the home of the Banawe Rice Terraces, the Eight Wonder of the World.
Baguio’s famous annual Floral Festival, conceived by the Planning Resources and Operations System (PROS), the Master-
Baguio Vacation Apartments is now offering everyone the opportunity to take a break from the hassles and stress of city life and give one’s self the chance to relax in first class executive villas in a garden setting.
Baguio City – Summer Capital of the Philippines
The Americans too discovered Baguio’s potential as a future city. They found a great source of water, carved and designed Baguio as the future summer capital of the Philippines. On November 1900, first civil government of Benguet was established. A rest and recreation camp, later known as Camp John Hay, was built in Baguio. On June 1, 1903, the Philippine Commission named Baguio the summer capital of the Philippines. Kennon Road was built 3 years later
Baguio became a chartered city on September 1, 1909. Baguio prospered before World War II. Bombings destroyed Baguio but rose quickly from the ruins as a strong commercial and educational hub. Baguio until today has always been a great mountain resort as Americans planned.
Baguio Vacation Apartments
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