In a span of three years, Cagayan de Oro’s cityscape has significantly changed.

Here are latest shots of the city, a regional center with a very resilient and booming economy with developments in all fronts.

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City Hall, Duaw Park and St. Augustine Cathedral in the foreground with Limketkai Complex in the background. Mindanao International Container Terminal is seen in the horizon.

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The city’s central business district…

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Carmen (foreground) and city proper in the background. STEAG State Power Inc. is seen in the horizon.

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Carmen proper showing Madonna & Child Hospital in the foreground with Carmen Market and Gaisano Carmen in the background.

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Carmen proper showing ACSAT Gym and Philcom-PLDT. Do you see Camiguin in the horizon?

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Portion of Carmen (foreground) with Polymedic Medical Plaza in the background.

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A closer shot of Polymedic Medical Plaza in Kauswagan.

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Notables are: New Dawn Pensionne, Polymedic General Hospital, TTK Towers, SaveMore Capistrano…with Gaisano City Mall and Seda Centrio and Port Area in the background. STEAG is seen in the horizon across the bay.

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Limketkai Oil Mill’s landmark silo is shown at left.

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Ysalina Bridge, City Hall and Lourdes College in the foreground. Limketkai’s Gateway Towers Complex with MUST (left), old Trinidad Building (center) and Mallberry Suites (right).

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Riviera Hotel at Paseo del Rio.

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A farther shot of Paseo del Rio.

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Macanhan Flyover with West City Central School in the background.

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St. Augustine Cathedral in the foreground with notables Dynasty Court Hotel, Maxandrea Hotel, Limketkai Mall and portion of Xavier University. Del Monte Cannery is seen across the bay.

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Duaw Park, City Hall and Limketkai Complex in the background. You could see large container ships at Mindanao International Container Terminal in the horizon.

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A shot of Carmen with COC-Phinma (blue), Madonna & Child Hospital, Gaisano Carmen and Carmen Market.

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Same area panned to the left.

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And finally, a panoramic shot…

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