The Municipality of Cebu at the turn of the century centered around Plaza Rizal and the Ayuntamiento. The Sto. Niño Church and neighboring views as seen from [the] belfry of Cebu Cathedral. To the far end was the Cebu seashore with junks. Two-masted fragatas and "Bateels" could be seen right at the back of the old Spanish Ayuntamiento, now the site of the City Hall. Behind the Sta. Crus (Magellen Cross) was the Old Ayuntamiento fronting Plaza Humabon. The Sto. Niño convent and Church Tower visible to the right. In front of the Church gate, to the left at the corner was the adobe roofed house owned by the Borromeos.
Mounted on photographic mounting card, 285 X 222 cm.