Queen Isabela Park
Queen Isabela Park is a public park in Ilagan City, the capital of Isabela Province in the Philippines. It is named after Queen Isabella II of Spain, who issued a royal decree that created the province of Isabela in 1856. The park is a tribute to the queen and the history and culture of Isabela. It features a golden statue of the queen, a fountain, a playground, a chapel, an amphitheater, and a museum.
The park is a popular destination for locals and tourists who want to relax, enjoy nature, and learn more about the province. The park hosts various events and activities throughout the year, such as festivals, concerts, shows, and competitions. The park is also a convenient place to access other attractions in Isabela, such as the Ilagan Sanctuary, the Fuyot Springs National Park, and the Abuan River.