juban history

The Spanish Colonial Rule or the era of Spanish-Moro Wars significantly influenced the history of the Philippines especially the Kabikolan or the Bicol Peninsula. During these early years, Moro raiders have left many lasting mementoes of their activities in Luzon and Visayas. The coastal areas of Sorsogon, including the Municipality of Casiguran experienced constant raids made by the Moros coming from the South. They would terrorize the villagers, loot off their valuables and farm produces, and inflict fear and trauma to the local settlers.

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GUJUBAN FESTIVAL

The Spanish colonizers have brought great influence on how the Filipinos lived their lives especially when they introduced Christianity. Since then, Juban was a religious town, yet over the years, there have been a lot of changes in the customs and traditions of the people. Nevertheless, the Jubangnons had always lived according to faith and goodwill. During those early years, people devoted their time in religious matters, and believed in whatever the priest would preach in their sermons.

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Juban offers a lot of places you can enjoy from islets, beaches, hills, historical churches, waterfalls, man-made / natural pools and many more. Explore and Experience an awesome Eco-Adventure Paradise in the south eastern part of the Bicol Region in the Philippines. Come and enjoy these unspoilled gift of nature. We Welcome you here.

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Don Lioncio Grajo, 1905, was a recipient of a gift from his father a Spanish house constructed by his brother for passing the bar exam in the early 1900’s. The house ultimately became his district office residence – during his incumbency as of the province representative to the first Legislative Philippines assembly. The house was name in honour of the mother of Doctor

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