It aims at identifying our destination Cavite Republic Restaurant in terms of its products, the market segments and as main focus, the planning and development of the destination from the past to the present. The conducted research in our destination and the consultation of various secondary data gave us an impression about the recreational and tourism products and the development of these. We hope to be able to demonstrate our knowledge in this report and try to give a well-founded outlook towards future development of Cavite republic restaurant. A. History
The Thirteen Martyrs of Cavite (Spanish: Trece mártires de Cavite) were Filipino patriots in Cavite, Philippines who were executed by musketry on September 11, 1896, for cooperating with the Katipunan during the Philippine Revolution against Spain. The city of Trece Martires in Cavite is named after them. Before its declaration as a city, Trece Martires used to be a remote barrio of Tanza called Quintana, which was a friar land of the Santa Cruz de Malabon Estate. It was settled in the early 19th century by families from Indang, Amadeo, General Trias, Tanza, and Batangas. Because of the remoteness of the barrio, development came at a slow pace, even after the end of the Second World War. It was not until 1954 that progress were made when President Magsaysay signed its ratification as a chartered city with the governor of Cavite serving as ex-officio city mayor. The city was named after the thirteen martyrs of Cavite that were executed by the Spanish at the height of the Philippine revolt against Spain in the late 19th century. Trece Martires was instated as the provincial capital of Cavite on January 1,1956 with the governor still serving as the ex-oficio mayor. It was not until 1992 that the city’s charter was amended to allow for the election of its city official through ballot voting. In its existence as a city, Trece Martires has received multiple awards in the fields of social...
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