PHILIPPINE HISTORICAL SITES
Caesar RUINS, Daraga
- The only remnants of a village destroyed by the devastating eruption of Mayon Volcano on February 1, 1814. (B)
HEADLESS STATUE, Legazpi
- A monument to the known heroes who died at the handset of the Japanese in World War 2. (D)
SIMEON OLA MONUMENT, Guinobatan
- Has a statue of the revolutionary hero on horseback. (C)
JOSE RIML MONUMENT, Daet
- The first marker built in the nation to honor the national hero. (C)
LEANING TOWER, Bombon
- Caused by earthquake damage. (E)
SAN ANDRES, Catanduanes
- Site of a massacre of natives by pirates in the 17th Century. (B)
- Ruins of old Spanish forts. (B)
CHURCHES AND RELIGIOUS SHRINES
- A magnificent Baroque Church, built in 1773.
- A missionary church built from volcanic rock. Houses relics from Hoyop-Hoyopan Caves.
ST. RAFAEL CHURCH, Legazpi
- Has an altar composed of a solid piece of volcanic rock from Mt. Mayon.
METROPOLITAN CHURCH, Naga
- The largest church in the Bicol region.
OUR LADY OF PENAFRANCIA, Naga
- Site of one of the country's most important religious festivals.
FRANCISCO CHURCH, Naga
- Built in 1578 by Franciscan Friars.
KADRILLO CHURCH OF QUIPAYO, Calabanga
- Constructed in 1616 and displaying rare artifacts.