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Provinces & Destinations - Bulacan

Barasoain Church

This church is considered as one of the leading historical spots in Bulacan and in the Philippines . It was the seat of the short-lived Philippine Republic and the site of the Malolos Congress in 1898.

Barasoain Museum

This museum is managed by the National Historical Institute where religious artifacts of the province are exhibited.

San Miguel

A huge split boulder which is the mountain hideout of the revolutionary forces during the Spanish regime and the place where the Malolos Constitution was signed. Site of the Biak-na-Bato Republic .

Calumpit Bridge

This bridge is the site of the first battle between Filipino and American soldiers during the retreat of Aguinaldo to the Ilocos Region.

Casa Real

It is a printing press during the Malolos Republic which was restored in 1882 and converted into a municipal library. Now, it is a repository museum that houses existing memorabilia.

Fluvial Festival of Bocaue

A festival held in honor of the Holy Cross of Wawa which is said to have saved the life of an old woman who was drowning. Its main feature is the Pagoda which glides along the Bocaue River . The Pagoda is a gaily-decorated structure riding on a huge boat. The parade is held every first Sunday of July.

Madlum Cave
San Miguel

The cave is believed to be the place where St. Michael, the town's patron, was found. It Is characterized by three grand portals leading to a 50-meter long cavern. Large pinnacled vertical rocks abound the banks of a nearby Madlum River .

Obando Fertility Rites

This occasion is participated by childless couples to appeal for heavenly intercession and dance to please the Virgin of Salambao, San Pascual Baylon and Sta. Clara. Aside from these couples, maidens and bachelors who want husbands and wives can dance in the occasion. The event is held on May 15 – 19.

Pulilan Fiesta Carabao Festival

During this occasion, thousands of work animals mostly carabaos are led on parade on the street of the town to honor its patron saint, San Isidro Labrador. Shaved and decorated by garlands, the carabaos kneel in front of the church for this special celebration. This event is celebrated every 14th and 15th of May


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