If you happen to be at the Slers Cafe at the South Bank Plaza (fronting City Central School), a few months ago, you will notice a large artwork mounted on its wall.

The artwork contains images of the founders and history of Slers, which is among the leading ham makers in the city….and some other images which one could often ignore as just another element added to the artwork.


But if you take a closer look at these other elements, they are actually images of the city’s landmarks, historical figures and tourist destinations.


In fact, it’s a summary of the city’s tourist destinations but included Divine Mercy Shrine and Ma. Cristina Falls.

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A trained city tour guide can basically identify each of the images…

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The painting has since been removed and transferred to SLERS Cafe in Alae, Manolo Fortich.

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