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A Trip to Freedom Park
A blog introducing the wonders of Freedom Park by Billy Bernardo
Billy Bernardo
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Freedom is a public park open to everyone. Locals and tourists alike. Located in Del Pilar Street, Nueva Ecija, Cabanatuan City. It was designed by prominent American architect William Parsons who also designed government buildings during the American Colonial Period – in front of the Old Provincial Capitol of Nueva Ecija. It is a space perfect for students to do extra-curricular activities and for other people to lax and enjoy other recreational activities or hold public gatherings, rallies, and demonstrations with no prior permission from government authorities.

The park is divided into parts and includes food stalls in between each. Perfect for when you're looking for a delicious and appetizing bite to eat. 

The first half of Freedom is an open area surrounded by seats in the style of platforms. Complete with a stage, this is where most grand events are held. With a space big enough to fit more than 100 people, it is often used as a venue for occasions such as worship and Zumba classes. When Christmas is right around the corner, the park attendants adorn the park with beautiful ornaments that light up at around 6 in the evening. With lights hanging down and wrapped around the trees, stars that shine bright in the night light, and inanimate animal figures that glow, these gorgeous decors create a magical atmosphere that people of any age can enjoy. Along with these decorations, is a fountain built into the floor in the middle accompanied by lights that go on once the water show begins. It truly is the highlight of Freedom Park. 

The 2nd half is what locals call "The Circle". Because of the open space in the middle in the shape of a circle surrounded by a railing. Within this circle stands a gazebo-like structure where people can sit and watch skaters passing by. Yes, this area is also where skaters come to show off their amazingly tactical moves. By the side of the circle are tables and seats where people can take pleasure in consuming their food. On the other side is a small open space with a tiny stage and light where people can practice.

Finally, inside the park stands multiple monuments and memorials which include a monument dedicated to General Antonio Luna who was assassinated in the nearby Cathedral of San Nicolas de Tolentino. 

Sonically, Freedom Park is a spectacular location. Garnering a 4.3-star rating in Google Maps, I believe it deserves more credit as it truly is a place open for anyone and everyone freely. 


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