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Cebu's Fort San Petro was a military fortress left over from Spanish colonial period at that time. It has a history of more than 500 years. The castle is a typical Spanish-style building, although not tall, but very large. There are artillery on the castle at that time, all of which are antiquities of the time. The castle is now a park, in which birds and flowers are fragrant, the environment is very beautiful, is one of the must-come attractions.
The place is in Cebu City, the ferry boat is less than 5 minutes by jeepney, many beautifultourists from South Korea, China, USA, Canada and worldwide. Stepping into Fort San Pedro is like going back to the year 1200 AD and everything still intact, you cqn even drink fresh water from a midieval water fountain.
San Pedro Castle is not far from the pier. It's only a ten-minute walk through a small residential area. San Pedro Castle and San Diego Castle in Manila are called the oldest castle in the Philippines, but they are much smaller than San Diego Castle. The San Pedro fort near the dock was Spain's first stop in Cebu, which was later converted into a memorial park. There is a museum in St. Petro's Castle, displaying art treasures from ancient Spanish sailboats and the sunken San Diego. Art unearthed from the castle is also on display. There are also China's Ming Dynasty porcelain, coins, locks, sword fragments, shells and helmet. The people of Cebu worship the baby, so the baby in red can be seen in the gate of St. Pedro Castle. The scenic spot is not big. The triangular city wall faces the sea on both sides and the inner city on the other side. You can see the harbour on the city wall.