Floridablanca

Floridablanca in Pampanga, once upon a time, was a hacienda for the Spaniards. The name itself in Spanish means, “White Flower” or Maputing Sampaga in Filipino. Like many of the Luzon provinces, it was heavily infiltrated by the Spaniards in the 1500s until they left in the 1800s. The large municipality, having a population of over 100,000 inhabitants, is the second largest producer of rice in the entire province. Having had a surplus with only less than half of their produce is enough to feed their entire population.

Floridablanca is also home to the Basa Air Base, where long ago was captured by the Japanese. Currently, it is being used by the Philippine Air Force. Aside from that, Floridablanca is home to several ancestral buildings including a church built in 1887 called the Heritage Church. Other than that, Bahay na Puti (White House) still stands in the town, owned by the Alvendia family for centuries. The family still preserves and maintains the ancestral home to this today.

Floridablanca is a quaint little town and has many opportunities for physical activities, since the Local Government Unit (LGU) regards the physical fitness of its people as a top priority. The White Flower is a peaceful rural town that people can visit.

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