City Hall of Davao City
As viewed from San Pedro Street, the oldest street in Davao City.
The former municipal building constructed in 1926
The Old City Hall (formerly the Municipal Building) was constructed in 1926, some ten years before Davao finally became a city. This rare photograph is courtesy of the Davao Tourism Office, Mr. Robert Bula and Digilution.
The old Municipal Building with Osmena Park in the foreground.
Another old Photo of Davao City Hall.
A closer look of the City Hall of Davao City as seen today.
The Commemorative Monument of Peace and Unity
with the Legislative Building in the background.
Unveiled during the celebration of the Philippine Centennial in 1998, the monument depicts the peaceful relationship of the migrant and indigenous inhabitants of Davao in the last 100 years.
The Legislative Building (Sangguniang Panlungsod ng Dabaw) as viewed from San Pedro Street with the Commemorative Monument of Peace and Unity in the foreground.
Regular Council Session at the Legislative Building
as presided by Honorable former Mayor of Davao City Rodrigo Duterte
The Davao Rizal Park is the place where some government-financed bands held their concerts. It is also a gathering place for short meetings of government staffs and where the “way kurat” (fearless) former Mayor (now Vice-Mayor) Rodrigo Duterte speaks to the public about different city concerns.
The Rizal Shrine at the Rizal Park Davao City was renovated by MICO and YOC and was officially turned over on March 12, 2009 to the Honorable Mayor Rodrigo Duterte by MICO President Yvonne B. Yuchengco.
Rizal Park as viewed from San Pedro Street
About 15 meters away to its left is the Legislative Building (Sangguniang Panlungsod ng Dabaw) and to the right is Quezon Park and Davao City Hall.
Entrance to the Rizal Park as viewed from San Pedro Street