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Last March 19, the Intramuros Administration in collaboration with the Royal Danish Embassy and FELTA Multi-media, Inc., celebrated the soft opening of the iMake History Fortress with a tour of the learning center and the awarding of the iMake History Fortress Architecture Scale Model Competition winners.
Located at Baluarte De Santa Barbara in Fort Santiago, the iMake History Fortress was created as an avenue for the youth to explore their ingenuity in architecture, engineering, history, and computer programming. Through the center’s adaptive training courses using LEGO bricks, kids and teens alike will be able to increase their understanding of these academic fields with creativity and innovation.
With Baluarte De Santa Barbara as the venue, the younger generation will also be further immersed into the rich culture of Intramuros. With models from the iMake History Fortress Architecture Scale Model Competition, the younger generation will be able to better appreciate the beauty of Philippine history.
Take a look at the festivities of the soft opening and what you can expect from the iMake History Fortress:
The iMake History Fortress learning center is expected to be fully operational in April or May 2018. Once operational, the public may visit the learning center every day from 8 am to 6 pm. Entrance to the learning center is free and the only fee visitors must pay is the entrance fee to Fort Santiago.