Cityhood Park

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You will find this monument when you are passing by the city's Sports Park in Sto. Nino. This is called the Cityhood Park, and it symbolizes the continuing saga of the Marikenos; the struggles and triumphs of their forebears, their new-found dynamism in transforming their community and their resolve to create a stronger future.


This park is highlighted by a 12-meter concrete monument, featuring a gigantic, left-handed clock and the twelve windows from which hang carillon or Italian bells that chime nationalistic music.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow! Marikina's promotion will be in good hands with tasteful photographer Wencel, who is also soulful and deep! :D

Bahay BJ said...

wow, amazing photo!!
this is a nice blog.

I'll list you in our library of blogs.

Anonymous said...

wow ang ganda na ng marikina ah...sana kaming mga student sa nangka high school maging magandang asal dahil marami nang student na nawala dahil sa sakit...e2 email add naming mga rizalian...

iv-rizal_08-09@yahoo.com

tnx poh ah...

tnx din sa dinalaw u ung kaklase naming nung dumalaw kau sa bahay nila sa barangka sa may fil oil..

geh aun lang poh ingatz na lang po lagi ah....

Anonymous said...

can i use some of your photos?

Marikeno said...

Please write a formal letter of intent to info@biyahengpinoy.com if you like to use the photos. No photos can be used without proper authorization.