Bulacan - 3 Attractions You Must Visit
Contents in This Page
Bulacan is a province in the Philippines and was established on August 15, 1578. Bulacan is well-known and highly considered as the land of heroes.
Types of Attractions in Bulacan
List of Attractions in Bulacan
Estacion de Guiguinto
Man-made Structures- Other
Guiguinto Train Station is the town's most acclaimed historical landmark and heritage site. It was upon this site that the Katipuneros (Filipino guerillas during the Spanish Regime) ambushed a train from Dagupan, killing six friars, including the parish friar of Guiguinto, Fr. Leocadio Sanchez, and a Spanish doctor. It is now one of the famous attractions in this area.
Marcelo H. Del Pilar shrine
The Marcelo H. Del Pilar Shrine is a d national shrine by way of the National Historical Commission of the Philippines in honor of Filipino lawyer, poet and propagandist Marcelo H. Del Pilar. Located at Sitio Cupang, Brgy. San Nicolas, Bulakan, Bulacan, the shrine is the former website online of the house of the del Pilar extended family. Currently, the shrine is below the management of the National Historical Commission of the Philippines.
This is a Roman Catholic church situated in the Philippines. Its facade had been portrayed as like that of the congregation of Marilao, Bulacan. The structure is made out of windows and level segments and has a pediment with a specialty and two round windows along the edges. There is also an octagonal bell tower is associated with this structure.
Map of attractions in Bulacan
For more information about Bulacan, visit: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bulacan