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REGION 10 – NORTHERN MINDANAO

The historical sites listed below are coded as follows:
(A) Prehistory
(B) Spanish Era
(C) War of Independence and U.S. Era
(D) Word War 11
(E) Modern Era

PHILIPPINE HISTORICAL SITES

BUKIDNON

STONE MARKER OF YOSHITOIS grave, Manolo Fortich
- Marks the grave of Japanese officers killed during World War 11. (D)

CAMIGUIN

SUNKEN CEMETERY AND OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH, Bonbo an Catarman
- Grim testimony to the devastation caused by the eruption of Mt. Vulcan Daan in 1871. (B)

LANAO DEL NORTE

BAYUG
- Site of the first Christian settlement, founded circa 1600. (B)

MISAMIS OCCIDENTAL

FORT SANTIAGO, Ozamis City
- Built as protection against marauding pirates. (B)

MISAMIS ORIENTAL

MUSEO DE ORO, Cagayan de Oro
- Displays from various phases of the city's development. (B)

 

CHURCHES AND RELIGIOUS SHRINES

BUKIDNON

MONASTERY OF THE TRANSFIGURATION, Malaybalay
– Home of the famous Monastery Boy's Choir and founded by Benedictine Monks.

CAMIGUIN

OLD CATHOLIC CHURC pH Bonbon
- Ruins of a church, destroyed bathe eruption of Mt. vulcan in 1871.

MISAMIS OCCIDENTAL

IMMACULATE CONCEPCION CATHEDRAL, Ozamis
- Features a giant pipe organ.

MISAMIS ORIENTAL

SAN JOSE SEMINARY, Cagayan de Oro
– Incorporates the St, John Vianney Seminary and the Carmelite Convent.