Recently, the Spanish government had to deal with a series of terrorist attacks in Pamplona and Cagayan province. They have been trying to fight the terrorists and have been battling them in the jungles of Pamplona which is only a few hours away from Madrid. The Spanish Interior minister has asked the Church of Pamplona to host several events for security reasons.
We should not forget that there are many other places where people go for holidays. The place that is most likely going to be hit next time is Cagayan province, a small but beautiful island located on the north western coast of Luzon Island on Philippine island. It got its name since it looks like a cross between an ant and an eagle, hence the name “Pamplona”.
This kind of event can bring together many countries from around the world and it will be great for tourism which will benefit both countries as well as tourism industry in general. If we look at Spain’s history.
The most important part of a church is its cathedra, which is the central column that leads all the structure from the altar to the ceiling. The Cathedra in Pamplona was built in 1550 and was completed in 1560. Its construction was done by Blas Díaz, who was a native of Pamplona and he completed it under the direction of Juan Pérez de Mora.
Pamplona is a Spanish town that is known around the world for its celebration of the “Fiesta de San Ramon”. The festival takes place in Pamplona, Spain during July.
In 2017, a group of Pamplona students inspired by the thousands of visitors and pilgrims who have visited Pamplona in the past years decided to create a church for all those people who visit Pamplona every year.
The Cagayan province is located in the south of Luzon Island. It was formed through the union of two neighboring provinces – Isabela and Occidental Mindoro. The population can be roughly estimated as 7.8 Million and it has a land area of 519 square km. The province has a coastal city with a population of about 250,000 and another one with its capital in the center — Dumaguete City, which is located in the north east corner.
This introductory article presents an overview on Pamplona’s history, geography, culture and people. In order to do so we look at different archeological sites from prehistory that have been discovered or excavated from time immemorial–in addition to those that were founded by Spaniards at this location during their long stay here (1750-1898). As for Pamplona’s topography it includes four hills: Sierra de Pueblo (Mountains), Sierra de la Cruz (Mountains).
This article is dedicated to the Cagayan province. The District of Pamplona is one of the three largest districts in the Philippines located in central Luzon. It has a population of approximately 280,000 living in 2 cities and 9 towns.
Cagayan is the only province in the Philippines that is home to many churches. It has a number of churches built by different religious groups (Catholic, Presbyterian, etc.).
We should not confuse the church with Pamplona. The church of Pamplona is actually the Cagayan de Camarines, in the south-western part of Luzon island.