Provincial Capitol

Some articles on provincial capitol, capitol, provincial:

Pampanga Provincial Capitol
... The Pampanga Capitol is the seat of government of the Province of Pampanga ... The original building was constructed shortly after the provincial capital of Pampanga was transferred from Bacolor to San Fernando in 1904 ... The Pampanga Provincial Capitol is one of the most beautiful civil architectural landmarks in the province ...
List Of Art Deco Architecture - Asia - Philippines
... Bauan Municipal Hall Cagayan de Oro Misamis Oriental Provincial Capitol Caloocan Manila Press Inc ... building Calumpit, Bulacan Calumpit Municipal Hall Cebu Cebu Provincial Capitol Iloilo City Banco Nacional de las Filipinas Cementerio Catolico de Molo Iloilo Central Public ... de Santiago Manila Polo Club Nielson Tower Santa Ana Racetrack Savoy Bistro Malolos Bulacan Provincial Capitol Malolos City Hall Manila Far Eastern ...
Pampanga High School - Old Building
... The school was later moved to this building near the Provincial Capitol in order to accommodate more students ... educators with the cooperation of municipal and provincial officials were to establish at least one primary school (Grades I to IV) in each municipality and the recruitment of native Pampangan teachers for ... By 1905, about a year after the provincial capital was transferred from Bacolor to San Fernando, Governor Macario Arnedo was able to secure additional funds from the national government to ...
Bulacan - Points of Interest
... It is under the management of the Provincial Government of Bulacan ... Bulacan Provincial Capitol, seat of the provincial government of Bulacan ... and officially became the Province of Bulacan's provincial heroes' park by the help of Center for Bulacan Studies since 2004 ...

Famous quotes containing the words capitol and/or provincial:

    A woman with her two children was captured on the steps of the capitol building, whither she had fled for protection, and this, too, while the stars and stripes floated over it.
    Jane Grey Swisshelm (1815–1884)

    The divinity in man is the true vestal fire of the temple which is never permitted to go out, but burns as steadily and with as pure a flame on the obscure provincial altar as in Numa’s temple at Rome.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)