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Cebu, known as the "Queen City of the South," has a captivating history that intertwines with various cultural influences. Among these influences are the architectural legacies of American colonial rule, which can be seen in structures that blend traditional Filipino design with American architectural styles.

Join us on July 9 (Tuesday) starting at 5pm at the Oakridge Executive Club as we delve into the rich tapestry of Cebu's past and uncover how American colonial architecture has left a lasting imprint on the urban landscape of this vibrant city.

All are welcome to join us for a captivating journey through Cebu's architectural heritage in our upcoming lecture:


This event is FREE of charge

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  • Melva Rodriguez-Java (Cultural Heritage Advocate)

    Melva Rodriguez-Java

    Cultural Heritage Advocate

    Architect Melva Rodriguez-Java, FUAP, is a member of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts – Task Working Group (NCCA TWG) for the Implementing Rules and Regulations of the NCCA-Vatican Concordat; a member of the Icomos [International Council on Monuments and Sites] International Committee for Places of Religion and Ritual; and Deputy Officer for Cultural Property of the National Museum of the Philippines. Ar. Java is also the founding dean of the College of Architecture and Fine Arts at the University of San Carlos.

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Oakridge Executive Club

A. S. Fortuna Street
Mandaue City, Central Visayas, Philippines

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