Rare images of DAVAO City

Davao City is the second largest city in the Philippines (population 1,600,000).
More than half of the space of Davao-city, is dominated by a highly developed agriculture (especially bananas, coffee, coconuts and pineapples), by forests and by swamps.
The city is an important regional center of industry and commerce.
Davao-city is characterized by its location at the foot of Mount Apo, the highest peak in the country (with 2,954 meters).
The surroundings of Davao-City also include Mount Apo, the highest point in the Philippines which rises to 2,954 meters.

Image source: flickr / The Pageman
Davao City Council Building ( Image source: flickr / Constantine Agustin )
Image source: flickr / Jacques Beaulieu
Image source: potograpiyadavao.blogspot.com
Davao City Chinatown ( Image source: en.wikipedia / patrickroque01)
Statue of Jose Rizal (Poet, novelist, artist, doctor, eye surgeon, and linguist, born June 19, 1861 and shot dead December 30, 1896, by Spanish colonization) ( Image source: flickr / Bro. Jeffrey Pioquinto, SJ )
Street dancing is one of the week-long highlights of Davao city’s Kadayawan Festival ( Image source: flickr / Keith Bacongco )

Image of title, source: potograpiyadavao.blogspot.com

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