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PHIMCOS Roving Exhibits

15 JANUARY - 16 FEBRUARY 2018: DEVELOPMENT BANK OF THE PHILIPPINES, Makati

Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP), Sen. Gil J. Puyat Avenue, Makati City, Metro Manila

06 NOVEMBER 2017 - 10 JANUARY 2018: COLLEGE OF ST. LA SALLE, Bacolod

College of St. La Salle, La Salle Avenue, Bacolod, Negros Occidental

25 AUGUST - 31 OCTOBER 2017: SILIMAN UNIVERSITY, Dumaguete

Siliman University, Hibbard Avenue, Dumaguete, Negros Oriental

01 APRIL - 01 MAY, 2017: MUSEUM SA PARIAN, Cebu City

Museum sa Parian, Jesuit House, Parian, Cebu City

01 MARCH - 03 MARCH 2017: CEBU ARCHDIOCESAN MUSEUM, Cebu City

Cebu Archdiocesan Museum, P. Burgos St., Cebu City

15 DECEMBER 2016 - 31 JANUARY 2017: MUSEO SUGBO, Cebu City

731 M. J. Cuenco Ave, Cebu City, 6000 Cebu

26 SEPTEMBER - 21 OCTOBER 2016: UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES, Cebu Campus

22 AUGUST - 16 SEPTEMBER 2016: UNIVERSITY OF CEBU

A Roving Exhibit held at various campuses of the University of Cebu:

Maritime Campus

Siancianco Main Campus

Banilad Campus

Lapu-Lapu / Mandaue Campus 

27 JULY - 12 AUGUST 2016: ST. THERESA'S COLLEGE, Cebu City

21 Juana Osmeña St, Camputhaw, Cebu City, 6000 Cebu

11 JULY - 22 JULY 2016: UNIVERSITY OF SAN CARLOS, Cebu Campus

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PHIMCOS has reproduced important maps of Southeast Asia and the Philippines dating from 1525 to 1760. These maps are owned by private collectors who have generously lent them for the reproductions, which are organized into exhibits in the form of 10 easily transportable panels. Each panel has a caption, written by Dr. Leovino Ma. Garcia in English and Pilipino, providing a general explanation of cartography as a whole and more specifically how the Philippines emerged in the maps. The exhibition is entitled 

Ang Paglalatag ng Pilipinas sa Mapa (Putting the Philippines on the Map).

 

Besides offering a glimpse of the history of Philippine cartography, the exhibit had for many viewers two unforeseen but significant benefits: improvement of their knowledge of the country’s geography, and a better insight into the country’s history.