An aerial view of Legazpi

For those who miss Legazpi City particularly the Albay District, a picture courtesy of Mr. Oliver Gianan.

An aerial view of Albay District

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7 thoughts on “An aerial view of Legazpi

  1. Interview Request

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  2. to oliver G

    Wow magayunun palan aerial view kan Albay district. Na miss kong marhay kan pag ka hiling ko. Garu gusto ko lugod mag uli.

    Thanks for this beautiful aerial view, O. G.

  3. I can almost feel the morning breeze touching my face…There is no place like Legazpi City! Home Sweet Home! Thanks OG!

  4. Pwede tabi makopya an retrato kan Legazpi City ta idukot mi sa Bikol wikipidya? Itatao mi man an maninigo na pasgbibisto na an saimong site iyo an pinaghalean.

    Mabalos po!

    Ringer

  5. oliver,

    this is the most scenic view of Legazpi i have seen… it brings back memories… i have spent one year (1972) when i was a freshman at Divine Word College that’s why i can understand and speak purong bicol. i can clearly see DWC beside the capitol building and the Calleja street (?) where i stayed somewhere… i terribly miss Legazpi (and Bulan) – i haven’t visited it for almost four decades now since leaving Bicol.

    God bless,

    rudyb

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