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The Newly-Renovated La Filipina Cemetery

The Newly-Renovated La Filipina Cemetery

by Jane Dacumos on October 31, 2015
Transforming a public cemetery into a modern memorial park concept is not an easy task. But how could this challenge of transforming the existing cemetery into a “memorial park type” public cemetery embarked?
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Old Catarman Church Ruins and Cross Marker and Sunken Cemetery

Old Catarman Church Ruins and Cross Marker and Sunken Cemetery

by Jane Dacumos on October 30, 2015
Camiguin is blessed with both natural and historical riches. Its attractions never fail to disappoint. It is definitely one of the stops any adventurer should make. Old Catarman Church Ruins and Cross Marker and Sunken Cemetery are two of the town’s proudest attractions, the landmarks bridging the past to the present.
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Visiting Nagcarlan Underground Cemetery

Visiting Nagcarlan Underground Cemetery

by Angel Bonifacio on October 29, 2015
I can actually hear your minds buzzing, “Why would I want to visit a creepy cemetery?” Well, Nagcarlan Underground Cemetery is not your ordinary memorial park because it is a historical landmark and the only underground cemetery in the Philippines. If you’re interested in the country’s colonial history, arts, and architecture, you should visit this place.
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Manila American Cemetery and Memorial

Manila American Cemetery and Memorial

by Christian Mack on October 28, 2015
There have been many heroes who fell for freedom during World War II, and they are remembered in many sites throughout the country in various monuments and memorials so that their sacrifices will not be forgotten. One of the largest of these is the Manila American Cemetery and Memorial, located in Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City, Metro Manila, Philippines.
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The Five Most Haunted Places in the Philippines

The Five Most Haunted Places in the Philippines

by Kaye Valdez on October 27, 2015
The Philippines is known for its impressive tourist destinations such as the Boracay Island in Aklan, Chocolate Hills in Bohol, Hundred Islands in Pangasinan and Mayon Volcano in Albay. Aside from the natural wonders, the Philippines also have many haunted places giving tourists and visitors a scary experience.
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San Juanico Bridge's bloody foundation: True or Not?

San Juanico Bridge's bloody foundation: True or Not?

by Adrea Hernan on October 26, 2015
San Juanico Bridge's foundation had allegedly made stronger by using the blood of numerous street children. They were offered in a ritual to make sure the strong foundation of the bridge and this is the reason why the bridge is haunted, according to locals.
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Visiting the Mansion House of Baguio

Visiting the Mansion House of Baguio

by Jhaypee Guia on October 24, 2015
The Mansion consists of an elegantly-designed Spanish Colonial Revival main building and a guest house. The elaborate main gate, made of ornate ironwork, was earlier reported as a replica of one of the main gates at Buckingham Palace in London, which is false. The front gate is still one of the most photographed section of the property. Tourists can visit the Mansion's museum containing presidential memorabilia.
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Saint Francis De Assisi Church in Siquijor

Saint Francis De Assisi Church in Siquijor

by Jane Dacumos on October 23, 2015
The faith of the people of Siquijor truly runs as deep as their history, and their churches, like the Saint Francis De Assisi Church, has also persevered from the past to the present.
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Cape Bojeador – Light of Ilocos Norte

Cape Bojeador – Light of Ilocos Norte

by Jane Dacumos on October 21, 2015
A cultural heritage structure in the rustic town of Burgos that was established during the Spanish Colonial period, it was first lit on March 30, 1892 and is set high on Vigia de Nagparitan Hill overlooking the scenic Cape Bojeador where early galleons used to sail by – Cape Bojeador or the Burgos Lighthouse.
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Lifestyle Museum of Casa Gorordo Museum

Lifestyle Museum of Casa Gorordo Museum

by Jane Dacumos on October 20, 2015
Cebu is known for its colorful history and great attractions. It is noted to be one of the country's top tourist attractions, from historical sites to white sandy beaches and classical museums. One of Cebu's finest is Casa Gorordo Museum.
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