Amazing 360 Images of Plaza Heneral Santos of Gensan
I am very proud to share with you 360 degrees images of Plaza Heneral Santos, the public park of my hometown, General Santos City.
Although Google Street View has already captured its periphery, we still have not seen 360 images of what’s inside.
Located right at the heart of the city’s government center, it contains the remains of the late General Paulino Santos, the city’s namesake and his wife, entombed under a shrine dedicated to him.
Just recently, a shrine for the 300 or so fishermen who perished at sea during the rampage of Typhoon Pablo in December 2012, was also built within the park. Gensan, known as the Tuna Capital of the Philippines considers fishing as it major industry.
A few weeks ago, the Mayor’s Office with SMART and PLDT launched a FREE PUBLIC WIFI in the park, in simple ceremonies. Now, anyone can log in to the public access hotspot and enjoy surfing the web.
But for now, check out the 360 images below of Plaza Heneral Santos and marvel at its sheer beauty. I am proud of this park.
To view these images on your desktop, use your mouse to move around the images. For mobile phone users, you need to use a Cardboard or VR Viewer.
Please share this post with you friends and loved ones who have not been back or have not yet visited Plaza Heneral Santos yet. We have info that it will be undergoing a major renovation soon. Before that, enjoy these 360 photos of Gensan’s Public Plaza.