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Sinulog Festival is the grandest event in Cebu, Philippines. It honors the Cebuanos' deep faith to Sto. Niño and to Catholicism. During that event, I'm sure many people and tourists will take pictures or photos of Sinulog especially during the Grand Parade that will be held on the January 20, 2013.


We will post here wonderful and awesome Sinulog pictures. So watch out and bookmark this page for your reference.

Sinulog Festival 2013


Sto Niño
Photo of Sto. Niño during the Opening Salvo - Walk with Jesus (Penitential Foot Procession) 2013


Sinulog Procession 2013
Day 1 - Opening Salvo - Walk with Jesus (Penitential Foot Procession)


Michael Rama
Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama on the right side


Pedro Calungsod
Saint Pedro Calungsod on Procession


Sinulog 2013 in Sto. Niño Chapel


Sinulog sa Kabataan 2013


Sinulog sa Kabataan 2013 2


Sinulog sa Kabataan 2013 3


Sinulog sa Kabataan 2013 4


Sinulog sa Kabataan 2013 5


The quality of Sinulog pictures will depend mainly on the type of camera and the photography skills of the camera man. So, the more high-end the camera, the better quality. If you want to take high quality pictures, be sure to use those high-end or more expensive cameras. This is a once in a lifetime event, that's why you should take this opportunity to take high quality photos at better angles and perspectives.

You can make Sinulog 2013 a memorable one if you take pictures of yourself witnessing the event or making the Sinulog participants the background of your picture.

Or you can make it romantic if you watch the event together with the love of your life (siyempre your boyfriend or girlfriend, your husband or your wife). You can go to the church together. Holding hands. Kissing in the street. And even more romantic if you book for a hotel reservation and spent the night in the hotel.... how sweet!. Don't forget to take pictures for the two of you.

If you have your own Sinulog pictures, you can post them here. Just share to us the link and we will add it above.

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