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Cadiz City Dinagsa 2013!!!

Dinagsa 2013

Dinagsa 2013

Cadiz City is Now Celebrating it’s 39th Dinagsa Festival this 2013.

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Spanish Visitors and Guests

All our site Visitor’s from SPAIN, “bienvenida y disfrutar de nuestro sitio”. Some of you has asked us to send back postcards from our version of Cadiz here to your Cadiz there, please visit this site often and we will post more “Postcard Quality” Cadiz The Philippines Photo soon.

Photographers and Writers

Contributing photographers, media practitioners and writers, we invite you to contribute to this site for more information we can provide to the WORLD. We will gladly credit you and your content contribution on each article, putting your authorship and profiles as well. (You can add your FB profile if you want so we can post them at each Posts).

Site Update and New Feature!

We are improving the ease of readability of our posts here at Cadiz-City.com, so for good practice we have adjusted them with minute adjustments and changes that will allow you to easily read each and every post.

We also added a new chat on the Right Side underneath the Facebook Box, and the full Chat Window on the “The Faces of Cadiz” Page.

You will notice more changes in the coming days as we fully change the style and the way we feature content on this site. Cadiz-City.com continues to do it’s part in serving the Cadiznons and the Greater Visayas Area!

Thank You and God Bless!!!


The Hometown Regalo - Philippine Team, From left - Aileen, Rafael, and Cynthia.

Giving The Cadiz Way

I was scouring the world wide web for some interesting sites and social pages that are related to Cadiz so I can at least compile a few of them for the purpose of letting the Cadiznons know how connected we are to digital media. Well I found a few notable social communities and groups that I have added to my previous post.  During this time I also found a few websites that I linked to from this site before. I found this hidden gem of a site a few days back that caught my very short attention span.

Gift Giving The Cadiz Way!

One of my friends from overseas (a Cadiznon also) one day asked if there is a way for her to send out a gift to her little sisters birthday here to Cadiz safely. She did not trust couriers (aside from it being very expensive), and other online sites and services of the like especially if she doesn’t yet know how legit they are.

She asked for a favor from me if she can send the gift through me in form of online cash (considering I do a lot of transactions online and stuff), and just buy the stuff for her sister here locally. Id like to do that for a friend every so often, but how about others who don’t have someone like me to ask a favor from to do a simple request like this for them. That good friend of mine also quipped that she hoped there was a way to actually just send her little sister a gift that she personally bought than giving her cash or go through the hassle of Continue reading


Cadiz Goes Social Media!

Although we have been using the Social Capabilities of the Web to entice our fellow Cadiznons here at Cadiz-City.com long before they were known as Social Media, we have embraced it entirely. You will see countless groups, communities and endeavors that is all about Cadiz in these social media platforms.

See we have been using a Facebook box on the side of this site, we seldom update them inside FaceBook, but we do update this site whenever we can. So to fill and whet your appetite on all things Cadiz, I will compile a list of social groups and communities on this post. So do check this post regularly as it will grow pretty soon. If you administer one of this groups or communities about Cadiz, dont hesitate to give me a holler.

Cadiz Photographers Cluba community of photography enthusiast, currently growing in numbers so dont hesitate to jump in and join.

CadizMyCityMyHomea community that its main objective of is to form a dynamic group that urges Cadiznons to have that sense of belongingness and empowerment.

Cadiz City Information the official FB page of the City Information Office.

Create Rescuethe official FB page of the Create Rescue Team of Cadiz

more coming soon…


Cadiz Tourism Month a Success!

There were a bunch of good things happening for Cadiz for the month of September. It was officially announced as the tourism month, but prior to this according to sources, Cadiz was shortlisted on the Five LGU’s for Literacy in the 2010 Philippine National Literacy Awards. Then the results are in and I have the honor to make a Video presentation for the City which if there was more time would have been awesome. I only had four days to build it, but the result was satisfactory. It was reused for the night of the “Body Painting” Contest which is part of this news article.

Cadiz on the Final announcement in the Teachers Camp in Baguio, placed 3rd versus Five Finalists, Davao Taking the 1st Place giving them a Grand Slam for winning the said event three times in a row. But, Cadiz being new in contention couldn’t have wished a better result for the campaign. We bested so many cities in the whole Philippines and that’s an achievement in it self.

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Cadiz City Information

Mount_CanlaonCadiz City

Distance from Bacolod : 65.2 kilometers
Land Area: : 51,650.00 hectares
Classification: : 2nd Class
No. of Barangays : 22 Barangays
Population : 141,954 (May 1, 2000) – 150,158 (2005 Projection)
Language : Hiligaynon/Cebuano – English is spoken & understood


Cadiz traces its beginnings to the establishment of a traditional settlement in a place known as Cadiz Viejo, near the banks of Hitalon River.

Historical records showed that in 1861, the Spaniards Continue reading