The town is strategically located along a river which played a vital role in trade and transportation during the precolonial era.Wawa was already a prosperous settlement when Spanish colonists took control of the town in the year 1561, from then on calling it Guagua, which is a Hispanised form of the original name.Když na tomto webu na něco kliknete nebo přejdete, vyjádříte tím svůj souhlas, že smíme pomocí cookies shromažďovat informace na Facebooku i mimo něj.Přečtěte si další informace, mimo jiné i to, jaké máte možnosti: zásady používání souborů cookie.It is 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) from the capital city of San Fernando and 76 kilometres (47 mi) from Metro Manila.The town is bounded on the north by the towns of Bacolor and Sta.Quetang mismung bunduc pabanda nang lalam ya ing National Park a pipagpasyalan atin yang "swimming pool" rescung picawenancareng magturista pabor dang puntanan.Bayu deng Castila canita dinatang "Balayan ning Pambuit" de ing balen ausan canita dati neng matuang agcarinan minuna nang puestu ning barrio Palinlang.
Ing balen Arayat macapalantang ya queng Bunduc Arayat tukuran na banda, bale ning malagung Sinucuang Maria Diyosa ring tanaman at animales na.
Indeed, archeological artifacts have been excavated in a nearby town which affirmed the existence of a prehistoric community in Guagua.
Early inhabitants opted to stay in the town because it was here that they could engage in barter trade with people from different islands, along with other means of livelihood like fishing and farming.
Rita; on the south by the towns of Sasmuan and Lubao; on the east, Macabebe and Sasmuan; and on the west, Porac and Floridablanca.
which means "river mouth" (Kapampangan: alua or bukana), was the earliest recorded form of the town's name according to records dating back to 1590.