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The History of Batangas City, Batangas

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From dinosaurs to explorers to wars, here's what six local experts had to say about the history of Batangas City, Batangas.

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The friendly, hospitable, and happy people. Also the beautiful beaches and mountains nearby. The coffee that is called “kapeng barako” which is the city is known for. They should also try the famous “Loming Batangas” and the “Bulalo”. They can also visit the historical church which is the Taal Church that is just 20 minutes away from Batangas City.

The heritage town where it is famous for. The old Spanish ambiance it gives and the huge basilica in the heart of the city. But you can’t also miss the tempting aroma of the local delicacies, the elegance of a once prosperous and famous city and the shadows of former life it cherished.

Batangas City is the capital of the province of Batangas in the Philippines. It is a city known for its rich history, scenic spots, diversity in its population and adherence to things of tradition. It being the capital of the province, It is a place where people go to to study, a most universities in the region, is in it, and all the things one might need to survive can be found in it. A person may have been to different places in all parts of the world, but he still will go back to his home, if that home is Batangas City.

Janice, says: 2020

Batangas City is well known for its Kapeng Barako which is freshly ground coffee beans. There are also numerous places where you can enjoy sightseeing and other outdoor and indoor activities. Batangas Province is also known for being one of the battle grounds during the Spanish colonization in the Philippines.

Kristel, says: 2020

Batangas City is one of the first class cities in the province of Batangas, Philippines. It is famous for its “lomi,” a variety of thick fresh egg noodles. There are a lot of jobs in Batangas City because it is Industrial Port City in the entire region. the city is stable in terms of education, transportation, and industrialization.

Joanafe, says: 2020

We have our own accent in Batangas which we call “Batangueño accent” and Filipinos adore it. And we have many ancient stuffs here that we are so proud of like the “balisong” which is a knife, the “maliputo” a fish of Bauan, the ancient and stunning church of Taal, Batangas. But what’s most admirable here is that the people here are so approachable -it is our Filipino hospitality.

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