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A second version is a rationalization of a geographical fact. Some intellectuals of the city theorized that the name "Imus" originated from the Latin word infimus, meaning lowland.

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Although there is no verifiable source of this theory, it has also been said that the name Imus is derived from the word centimos, the smallest unit of metal currency during the Spanish colonial era. During that era, a detachment of Spanish soldiers was stationed at the Recollect estate house, and after they left a few natives scrounged the place for articles left behind.

They found a number of centimo coins and went away exclaiming in utter delight, "Centimos! The place has since been identified as Imus. The Spaniards went away muttering the last syllable "imus". For more than a century and a half the people of Imus had to endure walking or traveling 4. However, the church site was far from the estate house of the 11, hectares 27, acres hacienda acquired in by the Recollect Corporation, and when the church was destroyed by the strong typhoon of Septemberthe Recollect Friars transferred it to barrio Toclong, and finally to sitio de Balangon, now the city plaza of Imus.

With the establishment of the Recollect parish the people of Imus gained their religious emancipation from the Jesuit-run parish of Cavite el Viejo. The Recollects, however, would not be content with little victory or achievement. InRecollect Fr. Pedro San Buenaventura petitioned the government to "separate the inquilinos tenants of Imus from the political jurisdiction of the government of "Cavite el Viejo". After a considerable time of waiting, the petition was granted and Imus became an independent municipality on October 3, On May 28,Imus gained its independence from Spanish colonial rule after the last remaining stronghold of forces from the Spanish empire had been defeated in the Battle of Alapan as headed by General Emilio Aguinaldo.

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The modern flag of the Philippines was first unfurled in victory during this battle as they march their way to the present day Cavite City, together with the captured forces of Spain.

Although, May 28,a new marker and the Imus National Heritage Park were inaugurated at Barangay Alapan 2-A to make the initially constructed marker more accessible to the public. There is no other enabling law after that, that specifies the capital of Cavite[9] On May 28,National Flag Daythe city celebrated the First Wagayway Festival Flag-Waving Festival signifying the very first unfurling of the Flag of the Philippines during the Battle of Alapan on May 28, against the Spanish colonizers.

The battle was a major victory for General Emilio Aguinaldo later the first president of the Philippine Republic during the Philippine Revolutionwhich eventually lead to the Philippine Declaration of Independence from Spain on June 12, in nearby Kawit, Cavite. The five-day event was highlighted by the historical reenactment of events from the sewing of the flag by Filipino exiles in Hong Kongthe Battle of Alapan, to the defeat of the Filipinos by the American troops silencing the dreams of an independent Philippines.

The reenactment included students, city employees and barangay officials. The offshore vendors are benefiting repeat business from their customers and it also helping them to sell their domain expertise to other customers in similar business verticals.

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