List of historical markers in the Philippines

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This list of historical markers installed by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP) is an annotated list of people, places, or events in the Philippines that have been commemorated by cast-iron plaques issued by the said commission. The plaques themselves are permanent signs installed in publicly visible locations on buildings, monuments, or in special locations.

Notably, there are markers installed by the NHCP outside the Philippines commemorating Philippine-related events. This list also includes these markers.

While all Cultural Properties have historical markers installed, not all places marked with historical markers are designated into one of the particular categories of Cultural Properties.

Contents

National Capital Region[edit]

Caloocan[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Bantayog ni Andres Bonifacio Andrés Bonifacio Monument Structure Monument Monument dedicated to the lifework of Andrés Bonifacio. Rotunda Filipino 2009 Bonifacio Monument in Caloocan City marker.jpg

Las Piñas[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Simbahan ng Las Piñas Las Piñas Church Building House of Worship Home of the bamboo organ. Fr. Diego Cera Avenue, Daniel Fajardo Filipino 1995 St.JosephParishChurch,Las Piñasjf0128 01.JPG
Zapote Batlefield Building/Structures Bridge Zapote Road, Las Piñas-Bacoor Border English 1952

Makati[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Ayala y Compañia Ayala and Company Ayala Building, Ayala Avenue Spanish 1951
Church and Monastery of Guadalupe Building House of Worship Church foundations laid by the Augustinians in 1601. 7440 Bernardino Street, Guadalupe Viejo Filipino 1937 NuestraSeñoradeGraciaChurchjf9456 01.JPG
Elizalde y Compañia (Sucesores de Ynchausti y Compañia) Elizalde and Company (Successors of Ynchausti and Company) Elizalde Building, Ayala Avenue Spanish 1951
Ang Gusali ng Punonghimpilan sa Pagsasanay Militar ng Mamamayan sa Metropolitan Manila Building of the Main Base of the Military Training Center for the Citizens of Metropolitan Manila Built for the American troops in the Philippines during the time of MacArthur. MTMTC Filipino April 1, 1984
Nielsen Tower The control tower of the first airport of the Philippines Filipinas Heritage Library, Makati Avenue Filipino NielsonTower HistoricalMarker MakatiCity.jpg
Philippine Bar Association Established to promote the rule of law. Filipino June 26, 1992
San Pedro Macati Building House of Worship Built by the Jesuits in 1620 and administered until 1768. 5539 D.M. Rivera Street, Poblacion English 1937

Malabon[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Birthplace of
Gregorio Sanciangco[1]
Member of the reform movement by Rizal. Tonsuya English 1982
Ang Simbahan ng Concepcion Concepcion Church Building House of Worship General Antonio Luna corner Escanilla Streets, Concepcion September 8, 2007

Mandaluyong[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Residence of Pres. Jose P. Laurel [2] Villa Paciencia, 515 S. Laurel Street corner Shaw Boulevard English 1965
Carmelo and Bauermann, Inc. One of the oldest lithographic establishments in the Philippines Epifanio de los Santos Avenue English 1937

Manila[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Original gravesite of Apolinario Mabini Chinese Cemetery
Site Site Site of the execution of Fr. Gomez, Fr. Burgos, and Fr. Zamora (Collectively known as GOMBURZA). Rizal Park, Ermita Spanish and English 1953 Gomburza execution 2.jpgGomburza execution.jpg
Site of the Asociacion Feminista Filipina [3] Rizal Ave., Sta. Cruz Filipino 1955
Scottish Rite Freemasonry building used as a torture center for the Japanese during WWII. Taft Avenue, Malate English 1995 ScottishRiteUntitledMarker HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Abbey of Our Lady of Montserrat Building House of Worship Benedictine Priorate turned into Abbey. San Beda College, Mendiola Street, San Miguel English 1939 Abbey of Our Lady of Montserrat Historical marker.jpg
Adamson University Building School School established as Adamson School of Industrial Chemistry in 1932 by George Lucas Adamson. San Marcelino St., Ermita Filipino February 8, 2007
Ang Aklatang Pambansa The National Library T.M. Kalaw St., Ermita Filipino January 1, 1969 National Library historical marker.jpg
Ang Akwaryum The Aquarium Structure Aquarium Built as part of the court of Manila. Magallanes Drive, Intramuros Filipino 1968
Amado Hernandez y Vera
(1903 - 1970)[4]
Tondo Filipino 1982
Andres Bonifacio Site Monument Founded the Katipunan. Divisoria Filipino 1974
Andres Bonifacio Site Monument Founder of the Katipunan. Plaza Lawton Filipino November 30, 1979 Andres Bonifacio historical marker at the Liwasang Bonifacio, Manila.jpg
Apolinario Mabini
23 Hulyo 1864 - 13 Mayo 1903[5]
Apolinario Mabini July 23, 1864 - May 13, 1903 The sublime paralytic of the Philippine Revolution. Mabini Shrine, Polytechnic University of the Philippines, Santa Mesa Filipino
Araullo High School Intramuros English
Archonfraternity of Nuestra Señora de Aranzazu Building School Archonfraternity of Nuestra Señora de Aranzazu established in the College of San Juan de Letran. Colegio de San Juan de Letran, Intramuros English 1939 Archconfraternity of Nuestra Señora de Aranzasu.jpg
The Aristocrat [6] Roxas Boulevard Filipino 2013
Aserradora Mecanica de Tuason y Sampedro Tuason and Sampedro Sawmill Mechanics Globo de Oro cor. Gunao Sts., Quiapo Spanish 1951
Asilo of San Vicente de Paul Building Orphanage U.N. Avenue English 1935
Asociacion Feminista Filipina (Feminist Association of the Philippines) 962 Josefa Llanes Escoda St., Ermita [7] Filipino, English 1955, 2005
Ateneo de Manila Site School Intramuros (currently in NHCP storage) English 1935

Ateneo de Manila HistoricalMarker NHCPStorageManila.JPG

Ang Bahay ng mga Nakpil at Bautista Nakpil-Bautista Ancestral House Building House Built by Ariston Bautista Lin. Quiapo Filipino October 29, 2001 NakpilBautistaHouse HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Bangko ng Kapuluang Pilipinas (Banco de las Islas Filipinas) Bank of the Philippine Islands The first bank in the Philippines. Bank of the Philippine Islands site, Plaza Cervantes, Binondo Filipino 1977
Ang Base ng Patrulyang Pambaybayin The Base of the Coastal Patrol First built in February 9, 1939. Muelle de Codo, Port Area Filipino February 9, 1976
Bastion San Andres or San Nicolas Protected the city from invasions from the Chinese and other powers. Intramuros English
Bastion San Diego Completed in 1644. Intramuros English
Benigno S. Aquino, Jr.
"Ninoy"
(1932 - 1983)
Major political opponent of Ferdinand Marcos. Intramuros Filipino Ninoy HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Boy Scouts of the Philippines Building / Structures Ermita English 1956
Boy's Singing School Intramuros English
Bulwagang Lungsod ng Maynila Manila City Hall Building Government Center First hall of the City of Manila. Ermita Filipino June 24, 1977
Bulwagang Paraninfo Building Auditorium UST Main Building, España, Sampaloc Filipino December 16, 1981
Bureau of Health San Lazaro Hospital Compound, Sta. Cruz English 1950
Cannon at the South Side, National Library - Legislative Building Ermita English
Cannon on the South Side of the Legislative Building Ermita English
Carmen de Luna
(1873 - 1962)
Founder of Centro Escolar University. Centro Escolar University, San Miguel Filipino CarmenDeLuna HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Carriedo Fountain Structure Fountain Built as part of the Carriedo Waterworks System. Santa Cruz Filipino July 24, 1997
Casas Consistoriales (Ayuntamiento) The Old City Hall of Manila Bureau of Treasury (Ayuntamiento), Intramuros Filipino September 1989 Historical marker Ayuntamiento.jpg
Casino Español de Manila Spanish Casino of Manila Building Social Club Only club by the Spanish living in the Philippines. Teodoro M. Kalaw Street, Ermita Filipino 1993 Casino Espanol de Manila 8.JPG
Central United Methodist Church Building House of Worship First Protestant church established in the Philippines. 694 Kalaw St., Ermita Filipino May 29, 1985 Historical marker Central United Methodist Church.jpg
Centro Escolar University Mendiola St., San Miguel English 1966 CEU HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Chapel of the Crucified Christ
St. Paul University Manila
Building House of Worship Church built according to the designs of architect Andres Luna de San Pedro. St. Paul University, Pedro Gil St., Malate Filipino November 23, 2007
Church of Dilao-Paco Paco Church English 1936 SanFernandodeDilaoChurchjf0713 02.JPG
Church of Malate Building House of Worship City section as far back as 1588. Malate English 1937
Church of Quiapo Building House of Worship Started as a Franciscan church built with bamboo and nipa. Quiapo English May 14, 1971 Quiapo Church historical marker.jpg
Church of San Agustin Building House of Worship Oldest stone church built in the Philippines. Intramuros English 1934 Historical marker San Agustin Church.jpg
Church of Santa Ana Building House of Worship First Franciscan mission established outside Manila in 1578. Santa Ana English 1936
Church of Santa Cruz Building House of Worship Church built and administered by the Jesuits until 1768. Santa Cruz English 1937 Santa Cruz Church historical marker.JPG
Church of San Vicente de Paul Building House of Worship Chapel built in 1883 used as the parish church of Paco. San Marcelino St., Ermita English 1939
Church of Tondo Building House of worship First Catholic minister of Tondo. 600 L. Chacon Street, Tondo English 1939 ChurchofTondojf1245 01.JPG
College of San Juan de Letran Building School School founded in 1630 by Diego de Santamaria 151 Muralla Street, Intramuros English 1941 Colegio de San Juan de Letran historical marker.JPG
Colegio de Sta. Rosa Sta. Rosa College Intramuros Filipino August 25, 1979 Historical marker Colegio de Sta. Rosa.jpg
Colegio Medico-Farmeceutico de Filipinas Medico-Pharmaceutic College of the Philippines Lepanto St. Spanish
Compañia General de Tabacos de Filipinas Tobacco Company of the Philippines Romualdez Street, Ermita Spanish 1951
Concepcion A. Aguila
(1894 - 1959)
Distinguished teacher and law practitioner. Centro Escolar University, San Miguel Filipino 1951 ConcepcionAguila HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Cosmopolitan Church Building House of worship Protestant church built in 1936 Taft Avenue Corner Apacible Street, Ermita Filipino 2005 Cosmopolitan Church plaque.jpg
Cuartel de Santa Lucia (Santa Lucia Barracks) Structure Ruins Built under Governor General Jose y Vargas, this gate became the barracks for the Philippine Constabulary. Santa Lucia Street, Intramuros Filipino August 4, 1990 Historical marker Sta. Lucia Barracks.jpg
Dambana ng Kalayaan Independence Shrine In memory of Rizal and those who fought for the independence of the country. Fort Santiago Rizal Shrine, Intramuros Filipino December 30, 1972
Damabana ni Mabini
Pandacan, Manila
Mabini Shrine Building House, NHCP Museum Dedicated to the hero of the revolution. PUP Mabini Campus Santa Mesa Filipino 1970
Daughters of Charity Social and religious mission established by the Vincentians. CBCP Headquarters, Gen. Luna St., Intramuros Filipino July 22, 1987
De La Salle University - Manila Established in 1911 under the De La Salle Brothers. De La Salle University - Manila, Malate Filipino 2012 DLSU HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Elpidio R. Quirino
(1860 - 1958) [8]
Quirino Grandstand, Ermita Filipino 1990 Elpidio Quirino (Quirino Grandstand) historical marker.JPG
Ellinwood Malate Church Building House of Worship Presbyterian church built in Malate in 1907. 1660 Dr. Antonio Vasquez Street, Malate Filipino 2007
Elpidio R. Quirino Structure Monument Second President of the Republic of the Philippines. Quirino Avenue corner Roxas Boulevard, Malate Filipino March 1, 1994
El Renacimiento Gunao, Quiapo Filipino March 31, 1974
Ermita Science Community Pedro Gil St., Ermita Filipino February 27, 1992
Fabrica de Cerveza de San Miguel San Miguel Beer Factory General Solano St., San Miguel Spanish 1950
Felipe G. Calderon
(1868–1908)
Structure Monument Drafted the constitution of the First Philippine Republic. Plaza Felipe Calderon, Santa Ana English 1954 Felipe Calderon historical marker.jpg
The First Congress of the Republic of the Philippines
1846 ~ 1849
Rizal Park flagpole, Ermita English

FirstCongress HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg

Former Military Chapel Chapel where the GOMBURZA were confined before their execution. Intramuros
Fort San Antonio Abad Structure Fortification Fort with origins dating back to 1584. BSP Grounds, Apolinario Mabini corner Pablo Ocampo Streets, Malate English 1937
Fort Santiago Structure Fortification Foremost fort in the Intramuros built in place of the wooden palisade of Raja Matanda. Intramuros English 1934 Historical marker Fort Santiago.jpg
Former Palace of the Governors General Building Government Office Residence of the Governor-General of the Philippines. Intramuros Filipino 1936 Historical marker Palacio del Gobernador.jpg
Francisco V. Guilledo
(1901-1925)
The Philippines' first champion boxer; also known as "Pancho Villa" Filipino 1995 Francisco Guilledo historical marker.jpg
Generosa de Leon
(1892 - 1962)
Great woman educator of the Centro Escolar University. Centro Escolar University, San Miguel Filipino GenerosaDeLeon HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Girl Scouts of the Philippines Scouting movement for girls established by Josefa Llanes Escoda. GSP National Headquarters, 901 Padre Faura, Ermita Filipino December 28, 1990
Goldenberg Mansion Building Guest House Became the offices of the Philippine preliminary exposition to the International Esposition, St. Louis, Missouri. General Solano Street, San Miguel English 1957
Gregorio Araneta
(1869 - 1930)
Part of the committee that drafted the Malolos Constitution. Quiapo Filipino GregorioAraneta HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Gusali ng Elks Club Elks Club Building Building Clubhouse Currently as the Children's Museum of Manila Roxas Boulevard English January 29, 1977 Historical marker Gusali ng Elks Club.jpg
Gusali ng Lungsod ng Maynila Manila City Hall First building which was constrcuted on site completed in 1904. Manila City Hall Filipino GusaliNgLungsodNgMaynila HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Gusaling Roman R. Santos Roman R. Santos Building Buildings / Structures Building Escolta Street, Santa Cruz Filipino 1977 RomanSantosBldg HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Harris Memorial College Taft Avenue, Manila Filipino October 24, 1986
Honoria Acosta Sison First Filipina Doctor Taft Avenue, Malate Filipino HonoriaAcostaSison HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Honorio Lopez
(1875–1958)
Structure Monument Playwright and revolutionary born in Santa Cruz, Manila. Plaza Moriones, Tondo Filipino 2010 Tondojf9708 04.JPG
Hospicio de San Jose San Jose Hospice Founded in 1782. Ayala Blvd., San Miguel English October 17, 1939
Hospicio de San Jose (1872) San Jose Hospice Founded in 1782. Ayala Blvd., San Miguel English 1977
In Memoriam - Thomasites Structure Monument Burial site of the Thomasites Manila North Cemetery Filipino 2010 Thomasites Memorial historical marker in Manila.jpg
In Memory of the Victims of Fort Santiago Structure Memorial Monument to the victims of Japanese violence inside the Fort in World War II. Fort Santiago, Intramuros English 1995 Historical marker 01.PNG
Inscription for Mabini Bridge Formerly Nagtahan. Nagtahan Bridge site, Pandacan Filipino 1987
Insular Life Assurance Company First insurance company organized by Filipinos. Recto Avenue, Binondo
Intendencia Building Former building of the Central Bank of the Philippines, Aduana Street, Intramuros English 1935
Jose P. Laurel
(1891-1959)
Structure Monument President of the Second Philippine Republic. Lyceum of the Philippines University, Intramuros Filipino 1991
Jose Rizal Site Burial Site Site of Rizal's original grave site. Paco Cemetery, Paco English 1957 JoseRizalOriginalGaveSite HistoricalMarker Manila.JPG
Jose Rizal
(1861-1896)
Building / Structures School Alumnus of the Royal and Pontifical University of Santo Tomas. University of Santo Tomas, España Spanish 1960 Rizal arch of the centuries.jpg
Juan Luna y Novicio
(1857–1899)
Structure Monument Revolutionary painter, patriot and diplomat. Ermita Filipino, English 1985 Juan Luna historical marker.jpgJuanLuna HistoricalMarker Manila Fil.jpg
Justiniano Asuncion
(1816-1896)
Distinguished painter. Sta. Cruz Church, Sta. Cruz Filipino 1983 JustinianoAsuncion HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Kalayaan Hall Building Government Building Malacañang Palace, J.P. Laurel St., San Miguel Filipino 2011
Kalye Mendiola Mendiola Street Street famous for as a ground for numerous protests. Mendiola Stree, San Miguel Filipino 2012 KalyeMendiola HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Ang Kapilya ng Ermita Ermita Chapel Ermita Filipino August 28, 1989
Kataastaasan Kagalanggalang na Katipunan ng mga Anak ng Bayan (K.K.K.N.M.A.N.B.) The Highest and Most Honorable Society of the Children of the Nation Structure Monument Secret Filipino revolutionary society against Spanish rule. 72 Azcarraga Street, Tondo Filipino 2008
Knights of Columbus Manila Council No. 1000 Building / Structures Organization Intramuros Filipino June 4, 2013 [9] Knights of Columbus Manila Council historical marker.JPG
Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino Commission on the Filipino Language Association / Institution / Organization Government Office The government agency responsible for the development and preservation of Filipino and other Philippine languages. Watson Building, J.P. Laurel St., San Miguel Filipino 2012 KWF HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
La Concordia College for Girls Herran St. (now Pedro Gil St.), Paco English 1934
La Consolacion College Manila Association / Institution / Organization School La Consolacion College Manila, San Miguel Filipino 2002 LaConsolacionCollege HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
La Gota de Leche Building Private Institution Project of La Proteccion de la Infacia, Inc. to distribute fresh cow's milk to the poor. 859 Sergio H. Loyola Street, Sampaloc Filipino 2003
La Ignaciana Building / Structures Retreat House Herran St. (now Pedro Gil St.), Sta. Ana (not existing as of 2013) English 1939
La Proteccion de la Infacia, Inc. Building Private Institution Built to suppress illnesses that were killing children at that time. Jose Fabella Hospital, Sta. Cruz Filipino October 17, 1977
League of Woman Voters of the Philippines, Inc. (LWVP) Organization established to promote women participation in the government. National Museum, Taft Ave. cor. P. Burgos St. Ermita Filipino July 15, 1967 LWVP HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Leoncio Asuncion
(1813-1888)
Father of modern religious sculpting. Sta. Cruz Church, Sta. Cruz Filipino 1983 LeoncioAsuncion HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Leon Maria Guerrero
(1853–1935)
Site Site First Filipino botanist and pharmaceutic. Mehan Garden, Padre Burgos Avenue, Ermita Filipino 1982 LeonMariaGuerrero HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Liberation of Manila Structure Monument Monument dedicated to the Allied liberation of Manila by combined U.S. and Philippine Commonwealth troops in World War II. Plaza Aviles, San Miguel English February 27, 1995 Liberation of Manila historical marker.jpg
Librada Avelino
1873-1934
Co-founded Centro Escolar University San Miguel Filipino LibradaAvelino HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Lichuaco House Santa Ana English 2010
Liga Filipina Established by José Rizal for the reform movement and the progress of the Philippines. Recto Ave., Tondo English
Looban College United Nations Avenue, Paco English 1936
Lord Justo Ukon Takayama
(1552-1615)
Site Plaza Leader of first group of Christianized Japanese. Plaza Dilao, Paco Filipino November 17, 1992 Lord Justo Ukon Takayama historical marker, Manila.jpg
Madre Ignacia del Espiritu Santo Mother Ignacia del Espiritu Santo Founder of the Religious of the Virgin Mary. Intramuros Filipino 1980 Mother Ignacia Historical Marker, Manila.jpg
Malacañang Palace Building Government Center Current residence of the President of the Republic of the Philippines. Malacañang Palace site, San Miguel English 1941
Manila College of Pharmacy MCU Compound, Sta. Cruz English 1954
Manila Grand Opera House Site / Event Manila Grand Opera House, Rizal Avenue, Sta. Cruz English 1948
Manila High School Building School Established by the Spanish in 1892. Victoria corner Muralla Streets, Intramuros Filipino 1982
Manila Law College Sta. Cruz English
Manila Metropolitan Theater Building Theater Intended as the National Theater. Plaza Lawton Filipino 1976, 1988 Metroplolitan Theater historical marker.jpg
Manila Yacht Club Building Social Club Founded by James C. Rockwell, Joseph a Thomas, Abrey P. Ames, Stewart A. Taite, and A.S. Heyward in January 290, 1927. Roxas Boulevard Filipino, English 2006 ManilaYachtClub HistoricalMarker Manila.JPG
Manuel Araullo y Gonzales
(1853 - 1924)
Structure Monument Third Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Araullo High School, Ermita Filipino 1991 ManuelAraullo HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Manuel L. Quezon
(1878-1944)
Building / Structures School Alumnus of the Royal and Pontifical University of Santo Tomas. University of Santo Tomas, España Spanish 1961 Quezon arch of the centuries.jpg
Maria Paz Mendoza-Guanzon
(1884-1967)
Structure Monument Educator and doctor born in Pandacan, Manila Pandacan Filipino 1984 WTMP Flashbang NHI-MendozaGuazon.JPG
Mariano Limjap
(1856 - 1926)
Businessman who helped in the Philippine Revolution. Binondo Filipino 2009 MLimjap HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Mary Johnston Hospital Building Hospital First used as a bible school for women. 1221 Juan Nolasco Street, Tondo Filipino December 8, 2006
Masoneriyang Scottish Rite Scottish Rite Freemasonry Scottish Rite Freemasonry building in Manila. Taft Avenue, Malate Filipino, English ScottishRite HistoricalMarker Manila Eng.jpg
Mataas na Paaralang Araullo Araullo High School Establish as part of Manila High School. Araullo High School, Taft Ave. Filipino AraulloHS HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Memorare Site of the grave of Gomburza. Paco Park, paco English GOMBURZAMemorare HistoricalMarker Manila.JPG
Memorare - Manila 1945 Structure Monument Dedicated to more than 100,000 civilians who were killed in the Liberation of Manila. Intramuros English 1996 Historical marker Memorare Manila 1945.jpg
Military Hospital of Manila Sternberg Hospital Utilized under the Spanish and American regimes. Ermita English
Mint Intramuros
Monte de Piedad and Savings Bank Oldest savings bank in the Philippines. Plaza Sta. Cruz, Sta. Cruz English 1959 MonteDePiedad HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Mouseleo de los Veteranos de la Revolucion Mausoleum of the Veterans of the Revolution Building Cemetery Built in memory of the veterans of the 1896 Revolution and Philippine–American War. North Cemetery Filipino 1993
Museum of Philippine Political History Building NHCP Museum Museum inaugurated by President Fidel V. Ramos. T.M. Kalaw Street, Ermita English NHCP museum.jpg
National Historical Institute Building Government Office Now renamed as National Historical Commission of the Philippines. T.M. Kalaw Street, Ermita Filipino December 30, 1995 National Historical Institute historical marker, Manila.jpg
National Press Club Established in 1952 Intramuros Filipino 2006 NatPressClub HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
National University First private non-sectarian school in the Philippines Mariano F. Jhocson St., Sampaloc English 1952
Old Legislative Building First built as a library in 1918. National Museum, Ermita Filipino 2010 OldLegislativeBuilding HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Order of the Knights of Rizal Established in 1909 to venerate Rizal's execution and martyrdom. Knights of Rizal Bldg. A. Bonifacio St., Intramuros Filipino June 14, 1992
Orosa Memorial Building In memory of Maria Ylagan Orosa. California St., Malate
Paaralang Legarda Legarda School Building School School established in 1922 that was used as station for Japanese soldiers in World War II. Lealtad, Sampaloc Filipino February 3, 1991
Paco Cemetery Structure Cemetery Completed shortly previous to the cholera epidemic of 1820. Paco English 1938 Paco Cemetery historical marker in Manila.jpg
Ang Pambansang Bantayog ni
Jose Rizal
1913
The National Monument of José Rizal 1913 The national monument of Rizal designed by Richard Kissling. Rizal Park, Ermita Filipino December 30, 2013 RizalMonument HistoricalMarker Manila.JPG
Ang Pambansang Museo The National Museum Building Government Center, Museum Old Legislative Building Ermita Filipino October 29, 2001 NationalMuseum HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Ang Pagpapalaya ng Maynila The Liberation of Manila Site Site For the liberation of Manila under the joint Filipino and American troops. Postigo Street, Intramuros Filipino February 3, 1989 Pagpapalaya sa Maynila.jpg
Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila University of the City of Manila Building School College of Manila built by the Jesuits in 1595. General Luna corner Muralla Streets, Intramuros English 1968 University of San Ignacio historical marker in Intramuros, Manila.jpg
Ang Pampangulong Kotse ng Tren The Presidential Train Car PNR Tutuban Terminal, Tondo Filipino July 31, 1984
Parian Gate Structure Gateway Gate between Inramuros and the Parian. Muralla Street, Intramuros English
Patricio Mariano
(1877 - 1935)
Became a writer for revolutionary pamphlets and publications. Escolta, Binondo Filipino PatricioMariano HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Mababang Paaralang Pedro Guevara[10] Pedro Guevara Elementary School Old site of the Acaiceria de San Fernando. San Nicolas Filipino
Peele, Hubbel & Co. Recto Ave., Binondo English
Philippine Columbian Association Established to promote Filipino and foreign relations. PCA Building, Taft Avenue English 1960
Philippine General Hospital Building Hospital Prime government hospital of the Philippines. Taft Avenue, Ermita Filipino 1992 PGH HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Philippine Normal College Philippine Normal University, Taft Avenue English 1952
Philippine Normal University
(1901 - 2001)
Philippine Normal University, Taft Avenue Filipino 2001 PhilNormalUniv HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Philippine Post Office Building Post Office Prime postal service building of the Philippines. Liwasang Bonifacio, Ermita Filipino June 2, 1994 Philippine Post Office historical marker.jpg
Philippine Red Cross Organized as a branch of American Red Cross in August 30, 1905. Taft Ave. cor. U.N. Avenue English 1955
Philippine School of Arts and Trades PSAT site, Ayala Avenue, Ermita English 1952
Philippine Tuberculosis Society Founded in July 29, 1910. San lazaro St., Sta. Cruz English
Philippine Women's University PWU site, Taft Avenue English 1952 PWU HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Pintong Isabela II Isabela II Gate Structure Gateway The gate of Intramuros facing the Pasig River. Magallanes Drive, Intramuros Filipino December 8, 1968 Puerta de Isabel II historical marker.jpg
Pintong Postigo Posterior Gate Structure Gateway The third gate of Intramuros facing Manila Bay. Postigo corner Arzobispo Streets, Intramuros Filipino 1968 Postigo Gate historical marker in Intramuros, Manila.jpg
Pintong Real Royal Gate Structure Gateway The second gate of Intramuros facing south. Muralla Street, Intramuros Filipino 1968
Pintong Sta. Lucia Sta. Lucia Gate Structure Gateway The second gate of Intramuros facing Manila Bay. Malecon Drive, Intramuros Filipino 1968
Plaza Salamanca Site Plaza In memory of Olivia Salamanca, M.D., pioneer woman physician of the Philippines United Nations Avenue, Ermita English 1955 Historical marker Plaza Olivia Salamanca.jpg
Polytechnic University of the Philippines
(1904-2004)
Building School Built as Manila Business School. Anonas Street, Santa Mesa Filipino 2004
Ang Pook na Kinatatayuan ng Unang Diyosesano ng Pilipinas The Site of the First Diocesan Seminary in the Philippines The first diocesan seminary in the Philippines. Intramuros Filipino First Diocesan Seminary site historical marker in Manila.jpg
Prison Cell of Jose Rizal Building Prison Cell, NHCP Museum Prison cell where Rizal was detained as prisoner from November 3 to December 29. Fort Santiago, Intramuros English 1959 Historical marker Rizal Prison Cell.jpg
Rizal Fountain Structure Fountain Fountain used by Rizal while in Germany. Rizal Park, Ermita Filipino December 30, 2011 Rizal fountain.jpg
Rizal's Execution Site Site Site Where Rizal was executed for his alleged treason against Spain. Rizal Park, Ermita Spanish, English 1998 Rizal execution English and FIlipino (Tagalog).jpg
Roman Catholic Cathedral of Manila Building House of Worship The main building for the Archdioceses of Manila. Intramuros English 1958 Manila Cathedral historical marker.jpg
Roman Ongpin
(1847 - 1912)
Nationalist and philanthropist who helped the revolutionary forces against Spain. Binondo Filipino 2008 Ongpin HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Roseville College España
Samahang Pang-hukbong Katihan at Pandagat ng Maynila (Army and Navy Club Building) Building Clubhouse South Boulevard English January 29, 1979; June 29, 1992
Sa mga Bayani ng Lungsod ng Maynila To the Heroes of the City of Manila Remembrance to the heroes of Manila during WWII. In front of Manila City Hall, Ermita Filipino 1993 SaMgaBayaniNgLungsodNgMaynila HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
San Beda College San Beda College site, Mendiola St. San Miguel English 1948, 2001 KolehiyoNgSanBeda HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
San Lazaro Hospital Rizal Avenue 1952
San Sebastian Church Building House of Worship The only all-steel church in Asia. Quiapo English 1934, January 29, 1977 San Sebastian Church.jpgSimbahan ng San Sebastian historical marker.jpg
The Session Hall of the Senate of the Philippines The session hall of the Senate of the Philippines from 1946 until their relocation to the GSIS Building in 1998. National Museum, Ermita English SenateSessionHall HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
St. Cecilia's Hall Building Theater St. Scholastica, Malate English July 19, 1999
Santa Catalina College Santa Catalina College, Legarda Filipino February 18, 1988 StaCatalina HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Santa Isabel College Santa Isabel College, Taft Avenue, Ermita English September 14, 1947 StaIsabel HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Santa Potenciana College Intramuros English
Santa Rosa Beaterio and College for Girls Intramuros English
Santisimo Rosario College Intramuros English
Sto. Tomas Concentration Camp Concentration camp for American and allied civilians during World War II. España, Sampaloc English September 2, 1947 [11]
Sa Pook na Ito sa Pandakan, Maynila, Isinilang Noong Ika-14 ng Agosto, 1835 si Pari Jacinto Zamora In This Spot in Pandacan, Manila, Father Jacinto Zamora was Born on August 14, 1835 Building House Fa. Jacinto Zamora birthplace. Fraternidad Street, Pandacan Filipino 1954
Simbahan at Kumbento ng Recoletos Church and Convent of the Recolects Site Site Place where the church and convent of the Recollects were built Recoletos corner Muralla Streets, Intramuros Filipino 2006
Simbahan at Kumbento ng San Juan Bautista de Bagumbayan Church and Convent of San Juan Bautista de Bagumbayan Site Site First church and convent of the Augustinian Recollects in the Philippines. Ermita English 2006 Site of San Juan de Bagumbayan Church and Convent Historical Marker.jpg
Ang Simbahan ng Binondo Binondo Church Building House of Worship Main church of Binondo district. Plaza San Lorenzo Ruiz, Binondo Filipino May 14, 1971 BinondoChurch HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Simbahan ng Birhen ng Peñafrancia[12] First built of light materials in 1697. Paco Filipino 1979
Ang Simbahan ng Nuestra Señora de Guia Nuestra Señora de Guia Church Building House of Worship Built in 1606. Mabini St. Ermita Filipino May 19, 1971
Simbahan ng Pandakan Pandacan Church Building House of Worship Built in 1732 by Fr. Francisco del Rosario, O.F.M. Jesus Street, Pandacan Filipino July 13, 1976
Simbahan ng San Fernando de Dilao ng Paco Church of San Fernando de Dilao of Paco Paco Church Filipino August 22, 1999 San Fernando de Dilao Church historical marker.jpg
Simbahan ng San Miguel San Miguel Church Building House of Worship Stone church by the Jesuits built in 1903, became the central base for missions to Japan. 1000 Jose P. Laurel, Sr. corner General Solano Streets, San Miguel Filipino September 28, 2003 SanMiguelChurch HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Sinilangang Pook ni Heneral Antonio Luna General Antonio Luna Birthplace Building House Birthplace of Antonio Luna on October 29, 1866. 457 Urbiztondo St., San Nicolas, Binondo English
Sinupang Pambansa National Archives Association / Institution / Organization Government Office West Wing, National Library Bldg., Ermita Filipino May 25, 1971 SinupangPambansa HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Ang Tahanan ng Kaanak ni Rizal House of Rizal's relatives Site Site Death place of Teodora Alonzo, mother of José Rizal. Binondo Filipino 1960
Tahanan ng Kinamatayan ng Ama ni Rizal House Where the Father of Rizal Died Where the urn of José Rizal's remains were kept and where his father, Francisco Mercado Rizal, died. 619 Estraude, Binondo Filipino 1960
Tahanan ni Jose P. Laurel Ancestral House of Jose P. Laurel Building House Residence of Jose P. Laurel from 1926 to 1955. Penafrancia Street, Paco Filipino March 8, 1998
Technological University of the Philippines Building School Established as Manila Trade School. Ermita Filipino December 3, 2001
Tenaza Real Santiago Designed and constructed between 1662 and 1671. Intramuros English
Tomas Mapua
(1888-1965)
Building School Educator and first registered Filipino architect Mapúa Institute of Technology, Intramuros Filipino, English 1989
Manila Railroad Company Building Train Station Preparation of general plan for railroad on Luzon authorized by a royal decree June 26, 1875. PNR Terminal site, Claro M. Recto Avenue, Tondo Filipino 1934
Ang Unang Limbagan sa Pilipinas The First Printing Press of the Philippines Building Printing Press UST Campus, España Filipino 1943
University of Manila University of Manila site, Alejandro VI St., Sampaloc English 1952
University of Santo Tomas Building / Structures School Founded in 1611 by legacy of Archbishop Miguel de Benavides. University of Santo Tomas, España Filipino, English 1935, 2012 UST.jpg
Unibersidad ng Santo Tomas University of Santo Tomas Site School Foundation place of the University of Santo Tomas. Solana Street, Intramuros Filipino 2001 USTFoundationSite HistoricalMarker Manila.jpg
Vicente L. del Fierro
(1903 - 1960)
Distinguished journalist Gagalangin, Tondo Filipino 1984 WTMP Flashbang D2-c.JPG
Where 'Ang Kalayaan' Was Printed Site Site Revolutionary underground publication against the Spaniards by the Katipunan. Lavezares Street, San Nicolas Filipino 1941
William J. Burke
(1873 - 1946)
The first cardiologist in the Philippines to use the electrocardiograph. Escolta Street, Binondo Filipino 1993 William J. Burke historical marker.JPG
Young Men's Christian Association Organized in 1910, helped in promoting athletic interest in the Philippines. YMCA Building, Arroceros St., Ermita English 1961

Marikina[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Simbahan ng Nuestra Señora de Los Desamparados Our Lady of the Abandoned Parish Building House of Worship First church built by Augustinians through the use of light materials. Jose P. Rizal Street, Santa Elena Filipino May 13, 1990 OurLadyoftheAbandonedParishjf9827 01.JPG
Unang Pagawaan ng Sapatos sa Marikina First Shoe Workshop in Marikina Building Government Center Pioneers of the Marikina shoe industry. Jose P. Rizal Street, Santa Elena Filipino April 16, 1970 Marikina First Shoe Factory historical marker.jpg

Muntinlupa[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Insular Life Building Private Company First insurance company established in the Philippines. Insular Life Drive, Filinvest Corporate City, Alabang Filipino November 25, 2010

Navotas[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
The United Methodist Church Building House of Worship Mariano Naval corner S. Antonio Streets, Tangos May 5, 1985

Parañaque[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Kapilya ni San Nicolas San Nicolas Chapel Building House of Worship First built by Augustinians in 1776. Kapitan Tinoy Street, La Huerta Filipino May 7, 1995
Padre Pedro Dandan y Masangkay[13] Father Pedro Dandan y Masangkay Revolutionary priest who was part of the Cavite Mutiny. Parañaque Church Filipino
Church of Parañaque Building House of Worship Established in 1580 by Spanish Augustinian friars. Quirino Avenue, La Huerta 1939 ParañaqueCathedraljf0029 02.JPG
Simbahang Metodistang Episkopal Building House of Worship Quirino Avenue, Tambo March 19, 1991

Pasay[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Ang Bahay ni Eulogio "Amang" Rodriguez House of Eulogio "Amang" Rodriguez Building House Old residence of the late Eulogio "Amang" Rodriguez. Salud Street December 9, 1983
Ospital ng San Juan de Dios Hospital of San Juan de Dios Roxas Blvd. Filipino August 15, 1979
School for the Deaf and Blind F.B. Harrison St. English 1961
Tumira Dito
si
Claro Mayo Recto
(1890-1960) [14]
Here lived Claro Mayo Recto (1890 - 1960) Leveriza Street Filipino
Unang Paaralang Bayan ng Pasay First Schoolhouse of Pasay Building School Oldest school in Pasay. P. Burgos Street, Barangay 60 Filipino 1951

Pasig[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Church of Pasig Building House of Worship First church built in 1575. Plaza Rizal, Malinao English 1937 Church of Pasig.jpg
Colegio de Madres Agustinas College of the Agutinian Nuns Building School College found in 1740 by Rev. Felix Trillo O.S.A. English 1937 Colegio de Madres Agustinas.jpg
Colegio del Buen Consejo College of Good Counsel Built upon the structure of the Santa Rita de Pasig convent. Antonio Luna Street, Malinao Filipino 2009 Colegio del Buen Consejo.jpg
Eugenio López
(1901-1975)
Founder of the ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corporation. Benpres Building, Exchange Road corner Meralco Avenue, San Antonio Filipino 1989 Eugenio lopez.jpg
Pang-alaalang Bantayog Memorial Monument Structure Monument Dedicated to the heroes of Pasig of World War II. Caruncho Avenue, Malinao Filipino August 29, 1954 Pang-alaalang Bantayog.jpg

Quezon City[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Bulwagang Panlipunan ng DND Social Hall of DND Place where Juan Ponce Enrile and Fidel V. Ramos had a press conference, and after which, the first People Power happened. Department of National Defense, Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City Filipino February 22, 1991
Carriedo Fountain Part of the waterworks system under Governor General Domingo Moriones. MWSS Compound, Balara, Quezon City Filipino July 22, 1982
Church of the Holy Sacrifice Building House of Worship One of the first prime examples of modern architecture in the Philippines. University of the Philippines Diliman Filipino, English January 12, 2006 ParishoftheHolySacrificejf9391 01.JPG
Church of San Francisco del Monte San Francsico del Monte English 1936 SantuariodeSanPedroBautistajf9741 01.JPG
Ang Dambana ni Melchora (Tandang Sora) Aquino (6 Enero 1812 - 19 Pebrero 1919) Melchora Aquino (Tandang Sora) Shrine

(6 January 1812 - 19 February 1919)

National Shrine Monument Where the remains of Melchora Aquino are currently interred. Banlat Road, Tandang Sora English March 3, 2012
EDSA People Power Site/Events Monument Revolution of 1986 which toppled the Marcos government. Epifanio delos Santos Avenue, Camp Aguinaldo Filipino English EDSA I.jpg
Gil J. Puyat Senator and civic leader. D. Tuazon St. Filipino
Jovita Fuentes
Pebrero 15, 1895 Agosto 7, 1978
Jovita Fuentes
February 15, 1895 August 7, 1978
Distinguished opera singer and first female National Artist for Music. University of the Philippines College of Music, University of the Philippines, Diliman Filipino 1995 Jovita Fuentes historical marker at the UP College of Music.jpg
Kampo Crame Camp Crame Site Military Camp Established as part of the Philippine Constabulary, now the headquarters of the Philippine National Police. Camp Crame, Bagong Lipunan ng Crame Filipino 2011 Crame historical marker.jpg
Komisyon ng Serbisyo Sibil Civil Service Commission CSC Building Filipino September 19, 1983
Labanan sa San Mateo Battle of San Mateo General Licerio Geronimo St., Bagong Silangan Filipino December 19, 1999
Libreria ni Juan Martinez Library of John Martinez Mayon Filipino December 8, 1960
Melchora Aquino (Tandang Sora) Melchora Aquino (Old Woman Sora) Structure Monument Mother of the Philippine Revolution. Banlat Road, Tandang Sora Filipino 2007
Mira-Nila Heritage House Building House Ancestral home of the Benitez family. 26 Mariposa Street, Bagong Lipunan ng Crame English June 22, 2011
Monumento sa mga Bayani ng 1896 Monument to the Heroes of 1896 Structure Monument In memory of the heroes of the 1896 revolution. Vinzons Hall, University of the Philippines Diliman Filipino November 29, 1968; 2011 framlessUPDilimanUniversityStudentCounciljf3793 01.JPG
National Defense College of the Philippines Institution School Founded to establish a relationship between the military and the citizenry for national sovereignty. DND Compound Filipino 2013
Paliparang Zablan, P.A.A.C. Zablan Airfield, P.A.A.C. The first aircraft for the Airforce of the Philippines was tested here in 1936. Camp Aguinaldo Filipino MAy 1, 1968
Pambansang Pang-alaalang Dambana ni Quezon Quezon National Memorial Shrine Building NHCP Museum In memory of Manuel Quezon, President of the Philippine Commonwealth. Quezon Memorial Circle, Pinyahan Filipino August 19, 1990 Quezon memorial marker.jpg
Philippine Medical Association Association/Institution/Organization Office Built under the mission of uniting Filipino doctors. North Avenue, Santo Cristo Filipino May 6, 1992 Philippine medical Association.jpg
Ang Sigaw ng Pugad Lawin
(1896)
The Cry of Pugad Lawin

(1896)

Site Site Site where Andres Bonifacio announced the Katipunan's revolution against Spain. Bahay Toro Filipino August 23, 1984
Ang Simbahan ng Santo Domingo The Church of Santo Domingo The National Shrine of Our Lady of the Rosary National Shrine of Our Lady of the Rosary Filipino July 22, 1988
University of the Philippines Prime Philippine state university founded on June 18, 1908. Oblation Statue, Quezon Hall, University of the Philippines Diliman English June 18, 1985
University of the Philippines College of Law Malcolm Hall, University of the Philippines, Diliman Filipino 2012 UniversityofthePhilippinesCollegeofLawjf2819 01.JPG
Unang Television Broadcast Sa Pilipinas First Television Broadcast in the Philippines The first television broadcast in the Philippines, which was made by Alto Broadcasting System or ABS (now ABS-CBN). ABS-CBN Broadcast. Center, Diliman, Quezon City Filipino 1993

San Juan[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Almacen de Polvora Gunpowder Magazine Structure Magazine San Juan Elementary School Compound, Rivera August 29, 1988 AlmacendePolvora HistoricalMarker SanJuanCity.jpg
Battle of Pinaglabanan Site where the Katipuneros first attacked under the forces of Andrés Bonifacio and Emilio Jacinto. Filipino August 29, 1969 Pinaglabanan HistoricalMarker SanJuanCity.jpg
Church of San Juan del Monte Building House of Worship Dominican church and convent built in 1602-1604. 183 F. Blumentritt Street, Kabayanan English 1937 San Juan del Monte Church in Metro Manila historical marker.jpg
Club Filipino Established to protect Philippine sovereignty by promoting Filipino culture. Greenhills Filipino 1980
Club Filipino
Bulwagang Kalayaan
25 Pebrero 1986)
Site where Corazon Aquino took her oath as the first female president of the Philippines. Greenhills Filipino 1988 ClubFilipino HistoricalMarker SanJuanCity.jpg
Ang Club Filipino at ang
Partido Nacionalista
The Club Filipino and the Nationalist Party In commemoration of the efforts of the Nacionalista Party members against the Federalista Party members' goal of making the Philippines a US state. Greenhills Filipino ClubFilipinoAtAngPartidoNacionalista HistoricalMarker SanJuanCity.jpg
El Deposito Structure Reservoir Old Spanish reservoir which supplied Manila. Pinaglabanan Road, Corazon de Jesus August 30, 1972
Pang-alaalang Dambana ng Pinaglabanan Pinaglabanan Shrine Structure Monument Pinaglabanan Road, Corazon de Jesus August 30, 1976
Ang Simbahan ng San Juan del Monte St. John the Baptist Church or Pinaglabanan Church Building House of Worship Planned and built by architect Luis Arellano in 1896. 140 Pinaglabanan Road, Pedro Cruz English May 31, 1974 San Juan del Monte Church historical marker.jpg
Tulay ng San Juan San Juan Bridge Site Bridge N. Domingo Street February 5, 2009
Unang Putok sa Digmaang Filipino-Amerikano First Shot in the Filipino-American War Site Site Shot by Private William Grayson that sparked the Philippine–American War. San Juan Bridge Filipino, English 1941

Taguig[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Libingan ng Mga Bayani National Shrine Heroes' Cemetery Site Cemetery Carlos P. Garcia Avenue, Fort Bonifacio
Pook na Sinilangan ni Felix Y. Manalo Felix Y. Manalo Birthplace Site Site Birthplace of Felix Manalo, the founder of the Iglesia ni Cristo. Calzada Filipino 2007
Simbahan ng Tagig Taguig Church Building House of Worship Built by Augustinians in 1587. General Antonio Luna Street, Santa Ana Filipino July 25, 1987 ArchdiocesanShrineofSaintAnnejf0068 06.JPG

Valenzuela[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Dr. Pio Valenzuela
Dakilang Katipunero at Lingkod ng Bayan
Dr. Pio Valenzuela
Great Katipunero and Servant of the Nation
Great revolutionary. Filipino July 11, 1966
Labanan sa Malinta
26 Marso 1899
Battle of Malinta
March 26, 1899
Site Site Where the Battle of Malinta between Filipino and American soldiers took place. New Valenzuela City Government Complex, Karuhatan Filipino April 22, 2013 [15]

I – Ilocos Region[edit]

Ilocos Norte[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Abolition of the Tobacco Monopoly Brought both prosperity and abuse, abolished in 1882. Laoag City English November 28, 1974
Anastacia Giron Tupas Distinguished Filipina nurse. Provincial Capitol Building, Laoag City Filipino December 18, 1985
Bahay ni Luna Luna House Building House Badoc September 11, 1977
Bahay Pamahalaan ng San Nicolas San Nicolas Municipal Hall Building Government Center San Nicolas December 30, 2009
Bayan ng Solsona Town of Solsona Site Town Center Solsona January 29, 2010
Birthplace of Gregorio Aglipay Site Memorial Site where Gregorio Aglipay, the founder of the Philippine Independent Church, was born. Batac English 1949
Birthplace of Juan Luna y Novivio Building House, NHCP Museum The birthplace of painter and patriot Juan Luna. Batac Filipino, English 1957, 1977
Birthplace of Valentin Diaz Birthplace of a La Liga Filipinas member and the treasurer of the Katipunan. Paoay English 1951
Catholic Church of Sarrat Building House of Worship Formerly named Church of San Miguel in commemoration of the arrival at Sarrat of the first missionaries on the feast of San Miguel 29 September 1727. Sarrat English 1959
Church of Badoc Building House of Worship Founded in 1591 by Augustinian friars. Badoc Filipino May 2, 1980
Church of Laoag Building House of Worship Founded in 1580 by Augustinian friars. Laoag English 1950
Church of Paoay Building House of Worship Founded in 1593 by Augustinian missionaries. Paoay English May 2, 1980
Church of San Nicolas Building House of Worship Founded in 1854 by Augustinian missionaries. San Nicolas English 1952
Claro Caluya Ilocano poet and dramatist Piddig English May 6, 1975
Don Mariano Marcos y Rubio
(1897 - 1945)
Became the representative for the Second District of Ilocos Norter Don Mariano Marcos State University, Batac Filipino October 24, 1982
Enriqueta de Peralta Ilocanda poet and local leader. Dingras Filipino January 14, 1989
General Artemio Ricarte (VIBORA) Site Site Filipino general during the Philippine Revolution and the Philippine–American War. Batac English 1966
Gregoria M. Rivera de Quirino Memorial Hospital Building Hospital Dingras March 19, 1987
Guho ng Simbahang Katoliko ng Dingras Ruins of the Catholic Church of Dingras Structure Ruins One of the biggest church ruins in the Philippines. Dingras Filipino March 19, 1987
Josefa Llanes Escoda [16] Founder of the Philippine Girl Scouts movement. Dingras
Heneral Fidel V. Segundo A Filipino general who was one of those tortured by the Japanese. Laoag City Filipino May 30, 1970
Juan Luna y Novicio Foremost Filipino Painter and a contemporary of José Rizal. Badoc English 1957
Kul-labeng Assembly Site Site Pinili November 7, 1998
Ang Parola ng Cape Bojeador Cape Bojeador Lighthouse Structure Lighthouse Design by the engineer Magin Pers y Pers, 1987. Burgos Filipino September 19, 2007 Cape Bojeador Lighthouse Historical Marker.jpg
Roque Ablan Laoag City English 1951
Roque B. Alban Structure Monument World War II hero. Laoag City Filipino 1959
Santiago A. Fonacier y Suguitan One of the founders of iglesia Filipina Independiente. Laoag City Filipino May 21, 1985
Servando Castro One of those who signed the Doctrina y Reglas Constitucionales Batac Filipino December 6, 1983
Tahanan ng Angkang Puruganan House of Angkang Puruganan Building House Dingras March 19, 1987
Tomas S. Fonacier First dean of U.P. Iloilo. Laoag City Filipino July 5, 1982

Ilocos Sur[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
The Base Hospital, USAFIP, NL Where the base hospital was transferred Tagudin English 1958
The Battle and Liberation of Cervantes Del Pilar English 1959
The Battle and Liberation of Suyo Battle began on the morning of February 1, 1945 Suyo English 1939
The Battle of Bessang Pass Site Site Commemorating the battle that hastended the surrender of the Japanese imperial forces under General Tomotuki Yamashita. Cervantes English 1954
Birthplace of Father Burgos Building House Commemorating the birthplace of one of the martyr priests of GomBurZa. Vigan City English 1939
Cathedral of Vigan Building House of Worship Built in 1641, became the seat of the Diocese of Nueva Segovia. Vigan City English 1949
Church of Narvacan Narvacan English 1950
Elpidio Quirino [17] Vigan City English 1982
Gregoria M. Rivera de Quirino Memorial Hospital Vigan City English 1949
Gregoria M. Rivera Memorial Library Building Library Vigan City 1949
Ang Labanan sa Pasong Tirad The Battle of Tirad Pass Where Gregorio H. del pilar tried to halt American advance to capture Aguinaldo. Cervantes Filipino, English 1952
Leona Florentino Foremost ilocano poetess, subtle satirist, and playwright. Vigan City Filipino April 19, 1959
Leon C. Pichay Writer and poet of Vigan. Vigan City Filipino July 5, 1983
Maria Gabriela Silang
(1723 - 1763) [18]
Santa English 1963
Memorare Site Site Commemorating the Battle of Tirad Pass. del Pilar Filipino 2000
Mena Crisologo First governor of Ilocos Sur Vigan City Filipino July 5, 1983
Pasong Diego-Gabriela Silang Diego-Gabriela Silang Pass Structure Road Santa 1976
Pedro Bukaneg Father of Ilocano literature Vigan City Filipino July 5, 1983
Simbahan ng Sta. Maria Sta. Maria Church Building House of Worship Originally built by Augustinians as the Chapel of Navarcan. Sta. Maria Filipino September 26, 1982
Syquia Mansion Building House Syquia heritage house. Vigan City English, Spanish 1951, February 2, 2002 Syquia Mansion plate.JPG Syquia Mansion marker.JPG

La Union[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Bacsil Bridge San Fernando City English 1958
Battle of San Fernando Crucial battle of allied forces against the Japanese. San Fernando City English 1959
Caba Town where Diego Silang was born. Caba Filipino June 24, 1979
Camilo Osias Writer, editor, and statistician Balaoan Filipino March 17, 1898
Camp Spencer Named on honor of Private Grafton Spencer, AUS Darigayos, Luna English 1958
Church of San Fernando, La Union Building House of Worship Chapel made of stone and thatch erected 1764. San Fernando City English 1949
Elpidio Quirino Former president of the Philippines. Caba Filipino November 16, 1983
Manuel E. Arguilla Nabrebcan, Bauang Filipino August 25, 1983
Ang Parola ng Poro Point Poro Point Lighthouse Structure Lighthouse First built in 1885. San Fernando City Filipino January 28, 2008
Pitugan Where Manuel Roxas while escaping from the Japanese contacted the American Liberation Forces. Pitugan Filipino 1958

Pangasinan[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Bani Town had 13 martyrs during the Spanish regime. Bani Filipino March 17, 1979
Church of Dagupan Building House of worship At the facade of the old St. John Cathedral, Dagupan 1939 SanctuarioDeSan JuanEvangelistajf968.JPG
Church of Nuestra Señora de Manaoag Building House of Worship Admiministered by the Dominicans since 1605. Manaoag Church facade, Manaoag English 1937 Manaoag Shrine Marker.jpg
Colegio de San Alberto Magno College of San Alberto Magno Site of the school constructed by the Dominicans in 1892. Dagupan City (Currently in NHCP storage) English 1939 ColegioDeSanAlbertoMagno HistoricalMarker NHCPStorageManila.JPG
Daniel Maramba Became part of the Katipunan Sta. Barbara Filipino July 24, 1970
Juan Cabreros Laya Writer and educator. San Manuel Filipino July 12, 1982
Lingayen Beach Site Beach Where General Lloyd Wheaton landed his troops on November 7, 1899, to cut of the retreat of General Emilio Aguinaldo. Lingayen English 1948
Lungsod ng San Carlos City of San Carlos First town in Pangasinan, named after King Charles of Spain. Parish Church, St. Dominic Plaza, San Carlos City Filipino September 25, 1988
Luzon Landing Site/Events Site Site where General McArthur returned to the Philippines to liberate the commonwealth against the Japanese. Blue Beach Site, Dagupan English 1961
Ramos House Building House Lingayen August 22, 1992 Ramos House historical marker in Lingayen, Pangasinan.jpg
Simbahan ng San Carlos San Carlos City Church Building House of worship Sto. Domingo Church, San Carlos City August 8, 1989 SaintDominicdeGuzmanParishChurchjf311.JPG

II – Cagayan Valley[edit]

Batanes[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Kenan Aman Dangat "Buenaventura" Structure Monument Ivatan martyr who revolted against Spanish rule. Basco English
Simbahan ng Basco Basco Church Building House of Worship Basco Filipino March 27, 2008
Simbahan ng Itbayat Itbayat Church Building House of Worship First church built between 1853 and 1858. Itbayat Filipino March 27, 2008
Simbahan ng Ivana Ivana Church Building House of Worship First chapel built between 1787. Ivana Filipino 2008
Simbahan ng Sabtang Sabtang Church Building House of Worship First chapel built between 1785. Sabtang Filipino 2008

Cagayan[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Bayan ng Sto. Niño Town of Sto. Niño First established 1891 Sto. Niño Filipino May 15, 1991
Church of Malaueg Church of Malaueg, Rizal English 1939
Church of Pamplona Pamplona English
Diocese of Nueva Segovia Lal-lo English 1939
Fort Lalloc Lal-lo English 1938
Kapilya ng San Jacinto Chapel of San Jacinto Building House of Worship Built by Dominicans in 1604. San Jacinto Filipino 1982
Ang Katedral ng Tuguegarao Tuguegarao Cathedral Building House of Worship Commemoration of the arrival of the Dominicans in the region in 1800. Tuguegarao Filipino, English July 15, 1982; 1939
Lalloc-Nueva Segovia Lal-lo English 1939
Lalloc-Tocolana Building House of Worship Site of former church of Tocolana. Lalloc English 1939
Parola ng Cape Engaño Cape Engaño Lighthouse Structure Lighthouse Design by engineer Magin Pers y Pers. Palaui Island Filipino 2009 Cape Engano.JPG
St. Paul University
Tuguegarao City
Site/Campus Educational Institution Founded by the Sisters of St. Paul of Chartres (SPC) in 1907. Tuguegarao City Filipino February 11, 2014
Simbahan ng Camalaniugan Camalaniugan Church Building House of Worship Acceptance of the ecclesiastical administration of Camalaniugan in June 15, 1596. Camalaniugan Church facade, Camalaniugan English 2008
Simbahan ng Iguig Iguig Church Building House of Worship Town founded on December 28, 1607. Iguig English 1939
Ang Simbahan ng Pata Namoac, Sanchez-Mira, Cagayan Filipino March 18, 1981

Isabela[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Capture of General Aguinaldo Site of the house where the capture of Aguinaldo took effect. Palanan English 1962
Fernando M. Maramag Skilled editorialist during his time. Ilagan City Filipino January 21, 1983
Fort Cabagan Former site of Fort Cabagan Cabagan English 1938
Simbahan ng Tumauini Tumauini Church Building House of Worship First built of light materials in 1707. Tumauini Filipino, English February 24, 1989 Tumauini Church Marker.jpg

Nueva Vizcaya[edit]

Quirino[edit]

III – Central Luzon[edit]

Aurora[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Aurora Aragon Quezon (1888–1949) Building House House of the First Lady of Manuel Quezon. Baler Filipino February 19, 1985 AuroraQuezon HistoricalMarker Baler.jpg
Bayan ng Baler Established as a Franciscan mission in 1609. Baler Filipino Baler HistoricalMarker Baler.jpg
Birthplace of Manuel Luis Quezon Structure Monument Manuel Quezon was born here August 19, 1878. Baler English 1948
Dikaloyungan Site Site Site of declaration of defiance against the Spaniards in Aurora. Baler Filipino 2001 Dikaljf.jpg
Lt. Gilmore Rescue Party Site Site Baler English 1939 Lt.GilmoreRescueParty HistoricalMarker Baler.jpg
Siege of the Church of Baler Building House of Worship Spanish garrison was besieged in Baler Church. Baler English 1939 Siege of Church of Baler.jpg
Simbahan ng Baler Building House of Worship First built by Franciscans in 1611. Baler English Baler Church in Aurora province historical marker.jpg

Bataan[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Bataan and Democracy In commemoration of the struggle of Bataan in World War II. Hermosa English January 5, 1945
Cabcaben Mariveles, Bataan [19] Resistance against the Japanese ended when Corregidor fell and when Lieutenant General Jonathan M. Wainwright surrendered to Lieutenant General Masaharu Homma in a house in this site. Bataan Provincial Expresway/Roman Superhighway, Townsite, Mariveles Filipino
Cayetano Arellano Birthplace of the first Filipino chief justice of the Philippines Orion Filipino April 1970
Church of Abucay Building House of Worship Dominicans were entrusted here in 1588. Abucay Church facade, Abucay English 1939 ParishChurchofSt.DominicdeGuzmanjf3660 07.JPG
Church of Balanga Balanga Church facade, Balanga English 1939
Church of Hermosa Served as a temporary provincial chapter for the Dominicans Hermosa English 1939
Church of Orion Orion Church facade, Orion English 1939
Church of Samal Building House of Worship Dominicans were entrusted here in 1596. Samal Church facade, Samal English 1939 ParishChurchofSt.CatherineofSienajf3477 09.JPG
Church of Orani Building House of Worship Became an independent missionary center in 1714. Orani Church facade, Orani English 1939 OraniChurchjf3063 07.JPG
Death March (April 1942) The last frontline of the defense of the Bataan Peninsula against the Japanese Bagac English 1968
The Fall of Bataan
9 April 1942
Site/Events Site In memory of the Filipinos and Americans who fought in World War II Balanga English April 9, 1952 BalangaBataanjf2836 07.JPG
Kalookan ng Sisiman Lookout of Sisiman Sisiman, Mariveles English April 10, 1982
Mariveles Starting point of Death March, April 9, 1942 Mariveles English
Mt. Samat National Shrine Structure Memorial Site of Dambana ng Kagitingan. Mt. Samat Filipino April 14, 1965
The Provincial Government Building of Bataan Formerly known as the Casa Real Balanga English 1939

Bulacan[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Site where the house stood housing the school of the Women of Malolos which was given a letter by Rizal. Malolos City Filipino June 20, 1961 WomenOfMalolos HistoricalMarker MalolosCity.jpg
Convent where Emilio Aguinaldo announced the ratification of the Malolos Constitution. Barasoain Church Convent, Malolos City Filipino Barasoain5 HistoricalMarker MalolosCity.jpg
Barasoain as the Cradle of Democracy in the East. Barasoain Church, Malolos City Filipino Barasoain2 HistoricalMarker MalolosCity.jpg
Barasoain Church site where Aguinaldo took his oath as the president of the Philippines. Barasoain Church, Malolos City Filipino Barasoain Church where Aguinaldo took his oath of office as the 1st Philippine president historical marker.jpg
Ang Bayan ng Kalumpit The Town of Calumpit Established in 1575 by Augustinians, became the first town in Bulacan. Calumpit Filipino December 27, 1975
Ang Bayan ng Obando The Town of Obando Former part of Meycauayan Obando Filipino May 19, 1973
Birthplace of Gen. Gregorio H. del Pilar Gregorio H. del Pilar Birthplace Site Site Katipunan general born in Cupang on November 14, 1875. Cupang, Bulacan Filipino 1948
Birthplace of Marcelo del Pilar Birthplace of the propagandist and colleague of Rizal. Cupang, Bulacan English 1939
Biyak na Bato Site Cave Where Katipuneros under Aguinaldo established the Republic of Biak na Bato. San Miguel Filipino December 14, 1973 Biak-na-BatoNationalParkjf6143 06.JPG
Bulacan Military Area Site Military Camp Military camp aided in the battle of the Filipino guerrillas and USAFFE against the Japanese in WWII. Bustos Filipino August 2, 2012 BMA HistoricalMarker Bustos.jpg
Bulakan Church Building House of Worship The Town Church of Bulakan built by Augustinians in 1578 Bulakan Filipino 1956
Calumpit Church Building House of Worship The Town Church of Calumpit built by Augustinians in 1571 Calumpit Filipino 1956
Casa Real Building NHCP Museum Built in 1580 as Casa Tribunal,became Casa Real of Bulacan Province in 1901. Paseo del Congreso, Malolos Filipino June 11, 1990 CasaReal HistoricalMarker MalolosCity.jpg
Church of Hagonoy Hagonoy English 1958
Church of Sta. Maria Santa Maria English 1939
Dito Ipinanganak noong Ika-25 ng Marso, 1863 si Mariano Ponce Here Mariano Ponces was born March 25, 1863 Colleague of Rizal in propagating Filipino ideas in Europe. Baliwag Filipino 1951
Dr. Maximo Viola
(1857 - 1933)
Funded Rizal's Noli me Tangere. San Miguel Filipino October 17, 1962 MaximoViola HistoricalMarker SanMiguel.jpg
Emilio Aguinaldo y Famy (1869-1964) Structure Monument First president of the Philippines. Calle Paseo del Congreso, Malolos Filipino January 23, 2012
Felipe Buencamino (Ama) San Miguel Filipino February 24, 1974
Francisco Santiago Wrote the first modern kundiman. Sta. Maria Filipino 1964
Guilermo E. Tolentino
(1890 - 1976)
Site House Birthplace of National Artist Guillermo E.Tolentino Calle Sabitan, Malolos Filipino July 28, 2012
Heneral Isidoro D. Torres General Isidoro Torres Birthplace Site Site Birthplace of Gen.Isidoro D. Torres born 1866 Matimbo, Malolos Filipino September 15, 1956
Joaquin Gonzalez
(1853-1900)
Distinguished scientist in medicine. Baliuag Filipino September 21, 1982 Joaquin Gonzales historical marker in Baliuag.jpg
Jose Cojuangco House Site House The Ancestral House of Chichioco-Cojuangco Family Calle Paseo del Congreso, Malolos Filipino 2009 SantaIsabelChurchjf0454 13.JPG
Jose Corazon de Jesus Famous poet. Sta. Maria Filipino 1964
Labanan sa Kakarong Battle of Kakarong Site Site More than 1,200 Katipuneros died in this historic battle. Pandi Filipino 1968 Kakarongjf.JPG
Labanan sa Quingua (Plaridel) Abril 23, 1899 Battle of Quingua (Plaridel) Site Site Major Battle of the Philippine–American War. Plaridel Filipino April 23, 1999 Battle of Quingua (Plaridel, Bulacan) historical marker.jpg
Labanan sa San Rafael Battle of San Rafael San Rafael Filipino 1997 Battle of San Rafael (Bulacan) historical marker.jpg
Mababang Paaralan ng San Rafael San Rafael Elementary School Building School San Rafael 2008 SanRafaelElem HistoricalMarker SanRafael.jpg
Mabuhay ang mga Bayani Long Live the Heroes Place where a thousand men protested againgst the local Spanish government. Bustos Filipino 1960 MabuhayAngMgaBayani HistoricalMarker Bustos.jpg
Marcelo H. del Pilar Building NHCP Museum Where propagandist Marcelo H. del Pilar was born August 30, 1850. Bulakan (town) English 1940, 1976 Historical-marker-marcelo-h-del-pilar.jpg
Meycauayan Church Building House of Worship The Town Church of Meycauayan built by Franciscans in 1578 Meycauayan English 1940 Meycauayanchurchjf1238 06.JPG
Nicanor Abelardo at Sta. Ana
(1893 - 1934)
San Miguel Filipino June 20, 1963
Pook na Sinilangan ni Balagtas Balagtas Birthplace Site Site Birthplace of the national poet Francisco Balagtas. Balagtas,Bulacan (Bigaa) Filipino 1949
Pook ng Gobierno Militar de la Plaza Malolos, Bulacan Site of the Military Governor's Place in Malolos Building Private Company (Meralco Malolos Office) Office of General Isidoro Torres during the First Philippine Republic Calle Pariancillo, Malolos Filipino 2008 GobMilitar HistoricalMarker MalolosCity.jpg
Republika Pilipina
1898-1901
Philippine Republic Convent where the Presidency of the Philippine Republic was established under Emilio Aguinaldo. Church of the Immaculate Conception, Malolos City Filipino, English, Spanish 1969 RepublikaPilipina HistoricalMarker MalolosCity.jpg
Simbahan ng Barasoain Church of Barasoain Building House of Worship, NHCP Museum Site of Malolos Congress 1898, Inauguration of the First Philippine Republic 1899, Site of Universidad Literaria de Filipina Barasoain Church Facade, Malolos Filipino, English 1940, 1969, September 21, 1977 Philippines Historical Committee Marker for Barasoain Church.JPG

Barasoain3 HistoricalMarker MalolosCity.jpg

Simbahan ng Hagonoy Church of Hagonoy Building House of Worship First built by Augustinians. Hagonoy Filipino April 5, 1981
Simbahan ng Malolos Church of Malolos Where the Presidency of the Republic of the Philippines under Emilio Aguinaldo was established. Church of the Immaculate Conception site, Malolos City Filipino 1977
Simbahan ng Marilao Church of Marilao Marilao Filipino 1980
Simbahan ng Obando Obando Church Building House of Worship First built by Franciscans. Obando Church facade, Obando Filipino April 28, 1984
Simbahan ng Pandi Pandi Church Building House of Worship Pandi found in 1792. Pandi Church facade, Pandi English 1939
Simbahan ng Quingua (Plaridel, Bulacan) Church of Quingua Building House of Worship Established in the town by Augustinians 1602. Plaridel Filipino 1959
Trinidad Tecson Revolutionary who became known as the "Mother of Biyak-na-Bato." San Miguel Filipino November 18, 1979

Nueva Ecija[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Church of Peñaranda Peñaranda English
Death Place of General Antonio Luna Formerly the presidential headquarters of the First Philippine Republic. San Nicolas de Tolentino Church, Cabanatuan English February 3, 1966 Gen luna death place.jpg
Heneral Manuel Tinio
(1877 - 1924)
Revolutionary against both the Spanish and American wars. Aliaga Filipino 1977
Jose P. Bantug San Isidro Filipino May 14, 1983
Kuyapo, Nueva Ecija
Disyembre 10, 1899
Cuyapo, Nueva Ecija
December 10, 1899
House where Apolinario Mabini was staying when he was captured by the Americans. Cuyapo Filipino 1964 Apolinariomabinijf 03.JPG
Lazaro Francisco Personage Personage Prime novelist in the Filipino language. Lazaro Francisco Elementary School (West Cabanatuan Elementary School), Zulueta Road, Cabanatuan Filipino 1990 Lazaro francisco.jpg
Lungsod ng Kabanatuan City of Cabanatuan Town originally part of Gapan. Cabanatuan City Filipino July 14, 1966
Paliparang Maniquis, P.A.A.C. Maniquis Airfield, P.A.A.C. Bangad, Cabanatuan City Filipino May 1, 1968
Pantabangan Dam Pantabangan Filipino September 10, 1974
Penyaranda Became a separate municipality, 1851 Peñaranda Filipino 1940
Pook Na Kinamatayan ni Doña Aurora Aragon Quezon Deathplace of Aurora Aragon Quezon Site Site Assassination site of Doña Aurora Aragon Quezon, Manuel Quezon's first lady, among others. Bongabon Filipino February 13, 1991
April 28, 2013 [rededicated after original plaque was found missing] [20]
Rancho Caridad Site Ranch Nampicuan Filipino, English June 15, 2013 [21]
San Isidro Became capital of Nueva Ecija from 1852 - 1912 and capital of the Philippines on March 29, 1899 by Emilio Aguinaldo. San Isidro Municipal Hall, San Isidro Filipino 1970

Pampanga[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Artillery Memorial Structure Memorial Housed the Philippine Armey Artillery Training Center. Dau, Mabalacat Filipino March 10, 1996
Aurelio V. Tolentino Playwright and novelist. Guagua Filipino October 13, 1987
Bacolor
(1576 - 1976)
Founded by Augustine Friars on 1576. Bacolor Filipino October
Ang Bahay na Sinilangan ni Pangulong Diosdado Macapagal House where President Diosdado Macapagal was Born Building House In this simple house was the place where the Fifth President of the Philippines was born. Barrio San Nicolas, Lubao Filipino 1952; February 20, 1990
Bahay ni Angel Pantaleon de Miranda House of Angel Pantaleon de Miranda Became a place of refuge for Aguinaldo's forces during the Filipino-American War 290 Calle Sto. Rosario, Angeles City Filipino December 7, 1986 CasaHaciendadeNaicjf9467 04.JPG
Benigno S. Aquino, Jr.
"Ninoy"
(1923 - 1983)
The main opponent of Ferdinand Marcos Pampanga Provincial Capitol, San Fernando City Filipino 2009 Ninoy HistoricalMarker SanFernandoCityPampanga.jpg
Bienvenido M. Gonzalez Distinguished scientist. Apalit Filipino December 30, 1982
Church of Apalit Building House of Worship Former church of brick destroyed by the Earthquake of 1863. Apalit Church facade, Apalit English 1939
Church of Lubao Building House of Worship Architect Fr. Antonio Herrera, Augustinian, constructed this church, 1614-1630. Lubao Church facade, Lubao English 1952
Church of Magalang Magalang English
Clark Field
(Fort Sotsenburg)
Structure Military Camp Historical military camp established by the Americans. Clark Field, Angeles City Filipino September 1, 2003
Death March
April 1942
Site Site One of the ghastliest forced marches in history. Apalit Filipino/English 1956 DeathMarch HistoricalMarker SanFernandoCityPampanga.jpg
Death Place of Roxas Site Site Manuel Roxas, first President of the Republic of the Philippines, died here on April 15, 1948. Clark Field, Angeles City English 1955
Diosdado Macapagal
(1910 - 1997)
Ninth president of the Philippines. Pampanga Provincial Capitol, San Fernando City Filipino 2009 DiosdadoMacapagal HistoricalMarker SanFernandoCityPampanga.jpg
Diosdado P. Macapagal Fifth President of the Philippine Republic. Barrio San Nicolas, Lubao English
Emilio Aguilar Cruz Writer, editor, diplomat, and artist. Magalang Town Plaza, Magalang Filipino August 7, 1992
Guagua National Colleges GNC, Guagua Filipino February 24, 1993
Hizon-Singian House San Fernando City English Hizon-SingianHouse HistoricalMarker SanFernandoCityPampanga.jpg
Honorio Ventura
(1887 - 1940)
Pampanga Capitol Grounds, San Fernando City Filipino HonorioVentura HistoricalMarker SanFernandoCityPampanga.jpg
Jose Abad Santos
(1886 - 1942)
San Fernando City English
Juan Crisostomo Soto (Crissot) Distinguished Pampango poet, dramatist, and newspaperman Bacolor English 1961
Himpilang Daang-bakal ng San Fernando San Fernando Railroad Station Structure Train Station Built in 1892 as part of the Manila-Dagupan railroad line. San Fernando City Filipino 2004 Sftrainjf66.JPG
Hizon-Singian House Building House San Fernando City English 2003
Labanan sa Macabebe [22] Battle of Macabebe Site of an Important Event Battle Site Macabebe Filipino 2013
Lalawigan ng Pampanga Province of Pampanga Became a very progressive province during the Spanish regime. Pampanga Provincial Capitol, San Fernando City Filipino December 11, 1982 Pampanga HistoricalMarker SanFernandoCityPampanga.jpg
Lazatin House San Fernando City English LazatinHouse HistoricalMarker SanFernandoCityPampanga.jpg
Maximino H. Hizon
(1870 - 1901)
General of the revolution. Pampanga Provincial Capitol, San Fernand City Filipino MaximinoHizon HistoricalMarker SanFernandoCityPampanga.jpg
Monico R. Mercado Co-sponsored the bill instituting the first irrigation systems in the Philippines. Sasmuan English 1966
Paciano Dizon y Santos Hailed by the US President as the first Filipino Deputy Insular Auditor. Porac Filipino June 30, 1982
The Pamintuan Mansion Building NHCP Museum Became the headquarters of the revolutionary army. Angeles City Filipino 2002
Pampanga School of Arts and Trades (Formerly Escuale de Artes y Oficios de Bacolor) Founded 1861 Bacolor English 1962
Renato D. Tayag Fought in Bataan. Angeles City. Filipino October 9, 1986 Renato D. Tayag historical marker.JPG
Simbahan ng Guagua Guagua Filipino October 13, 1982
Unang Pamahalaang Sibil First Civil Government Where the Commission of the Philippines under William Howard Taft established the first civil government in Pampanga, now celebrated as "Pampanga Day" on kits anniversary on February 13. Bacolor Filipino February 13, 1978
Vicente S. Manansala Famous painter and muralist. Macabebe Filipino August 22, 1985
Zoilo J. Hilario y Sangalang
(1892 - 1963)
Poet and jurist. Pampanga Provincial Capitol, San Fernando City Filipino 1941 ZoiloHilario HistoricalMarker SanFernandoCityPampanga.jpg

Tarlac[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Ang Bahay ni Makabulos The House of Makabulos House of General Francisco Makabulos La Paz Filipino January 23, 1972
Capas Concentration Camp Site Memorial In this camp, 40,000 Filipino soldiers and 9,000 American soldiers were imprisoned who experienced the Death March. Barangay O’Donnell, Capas Filipino 2002 CapasNationalShrinevjf4286 15.JPG
Carlos P. Romulo
(1899 - 1985)
Famous diplomat, educator, writer, and journalist. Camiling Town Plaza, Camiling Filipino September 25, 1987
Death March
April 1942 [23]
Railroad station were WWII prisoners of war were brought by the Japanese. Capas Filipino, English 1967
Jorge C. Bocobo Gerona Filipino October 18, 1983
Jose Rizal (1861 - 1896)
Tarlak, Tarlak
Where Rizal stayed in Tarlac. Tarlac Town Plaza, Tarlac City July 2, 1960 2013
Ang Tahanan ng Pamilyang Aquino Aquino Family House Building House Three generations of the Aquinos lived here. Conception, Tarlac Filipino 2011 AquinoFamilyAncestralHouse-ConcepcionTarlacjf9755 09.JPG
Tarlac Province established in 1686, one of the first eight provinces which revolted against Spain. Tarlac Filipino July 21, 1975

Zambales[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Castillejos Originally the Pueblo de Uguic in 1743. Castillejos English 1955
City of Olongapo Subic Bay, Zambales became a U.S. naval station on 1901. Olongapo City English 1966
Himpilang Pandagat ng Look ng Subic [24] Subic Bay Naval Station Structure Military Structure A trading center from the Spanish era. Old Spanish Gate, Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Olongapo City Filipino November 26, 2013
Iba, Zambales Birthplace of former president Ramon Magsaysay. Iba English 1956
Provincial Government Building of Zambales First constructed by the Spanish Civil Government from 1875-1878 Iba English
Ramon Magsaysay One of the most beloved Philippine presidents. Iba Filipino March 17, 1989
San Antonio (Pamisaroan) Explored and settled by 1830. San Antonio English 1950
Tahanan ng mga Magsaysay House of the Magsaysays Building House, NHCP Museum House of Ramon Magsaysay, seventh President of the Philippines. Castillejos Filipino 2002 RamonMagsaysayjf7462 03.JPG

IV-A – CALABARZON[edit]

Batangas[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Albino C. Dimayuga Journalist, poet, and nationalist writer 115 10 de Julio, Lipa City Filipino September 14, 1984
Ananias Diokno Building House Better known as the "General of the Ocean." Anania Diokno ancestral house, Taal Filipino January 22, 1991 Diokno HistoricalMarker Taal.jpg
Bahay ni Apacible House of Apacible Taal Filipino October 25, 1977 IJVLeonApacible2.jpg
Basilika Menor ng Inmaculada Concepcion Minor Basilica of the Immaculate Conception Basilica Menor of the Immaculate Concepcion Church facade, Batangas City Filipino January 15, 1984
Ang Basilika ng Taal Taal Basilica Building House of Worship Built in 1575 by Father Diego Espina, known as the largest Catholic church in the East. Taal Filipino December 8, 1986 TaalBasilicajf2334 12.JPG
Bayan ng San Juan Town of San Juan San Juan Filipino December 12, 1990
Ang Bayan ng Taal
(1572)
The Town of Taal
(1572)
Taal Filipino Taaljf2281 01.JPG
Cathedral of Lipa Lipa City Cathedral, Lipa City English 1939
Church of Bauan Bauan Church facade, Bauan English 1939
Church of Ibaan Ibaan Church facade, Ibaan English 1941
Church of San Jose Building House of Worship Church built by the famous botanist Rev. Manuel Blanco, O.S.A. in 1812. San Jose English 1939 SanJose,BatangasShrinejf9860 29.JPG
Clemencia Castelo Lopez
(1872 - 1963)[25]
Balayan Filipino February 8, 2013
Escuela Pia Building School School entrusted to the Order of Escuela Pia. Taal Filipino January 22, 1991 Taal,Batangasjf2457 09.JPG
Felipe Agoncillo y Encarnacion
1859-1941
Building House First Filipino diplomat. Taal Filipino 1955 2131FelipeAgoncillojf 11.JPG
Fidel A. Reyes Exposed American corruption during the American occupation in his editorial "Aves de Rapiña." Lipa City Filipino May 3, 1984
Gliceria Marella de Villavicencio
(1852–1929)
Building House Heroine, provided moral and material help in the revolution. Taal Filipino December 8, 1985 Villavicencio HistoricalMarker Taal.jpg
Goco Ancestral House Building House Taal English 2001 Goco HistoricalMarker Taal.jpg
Jose P. Laurel Former president of the Philippines. Tanauan City Filipino March 9, 1964
Heneral Nicolas Gonzales at Lantin Filipino revolutionary Tanauan City Filipino December 5, 1958
Lauro Dimayuga Revolutionary and one of the original members of Indios Bravos by José Rizal In front of Lipa City hall, Lipa City Filipino January 25, 1991
Leon Apacible
(1865-1911)
Building NHCP Museum Ancestral home of Leon Apacible, a member of the Malolos Congress. Taal Filipino 1973 IJVLeonApacible1.jpg
Luz-Katigbak Ancestral House Building House 198 Rizal Street, Lipa City English October 20, 1996 Luz katigbak House historical marker.jpg
Malabrigo Lighthouse Structure Lighthouse Designed by Guillermo Brockman as a cylindrical brick tower with metal staircase. Lobo Filipino 2007
Marcela Mariño Agoncillo 1859 - 1946 Taal Filipino June 24, 1955 MAgoncillo HistoricalMarker Taal.jpg
Miguel Malvar
(1865-1911)
Building NHCP Museum Born in the village of San Miguel, last Filipino general to surrender to the Americans. Sto. Tomas Filipino September 27, 1973 SantoTomas,Batangasjf0589 02.JPG
Municipality of Lemery Town established in 1862 Lemery English 1952
Apolinario Mabini
Dito Ipinanganak Ika-23 ng Hulyo, 1864
Apolinario Mabini
On This Site was Born 23 July 1864
Building NHCP Museum Memorial site to the "Sublime Paralytic" of the Philippine revolution. Tanauan City Filipino, English 1939, 1952, 1964 The Note.jpg
Paliparang Batangas, P.A.A.C. Batangas Airfield, P.A.A.C. Batangas City Filipino May 1, 1968
Simbahan ng Balayan Balayan Church Building House of Worship First built by Franciscans out of light materials. Balayan Catholic Church facade, Balayan Filipino December 8, 1986 BalayanAcademyChurchjf0400 29.JPG
Simbahan ng San Juan San Juan Church Building House of Worship First built out of materials from palm and bamboo. San Juan Filipino 1990
Ang Simbahan ng Taal The Church of Taal Taal Basilica, Taal Filipino December 8, 1972
Simbahan ng Tanauan Tanauan Church Building House of Worship First built by Augustinians out of wood. Tanauan City Filipino January 21, 1991 Tanauan Church.jpg
Sixto Castelo Lopez Sixto Lopez Ancestral House, Balayan Filipino March 13, 1993
Teodoro M. Kalaw Famous historian. Lipa City Filipino 1959
Ylagan-de La Rosa Ancestral House Building House Taal English May 30, 1999 Batangasjf2085 09.JPG

Cavite[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Ang Bahay ni Aguinaldo
(1849)
The House of Aguinaldo Building House, NHCP Museum Emilio Aguinaldo was born here and became the site of the proclamation of Philippine Independence. Aguinalo Shrine, Kawit Filipino 1971 AguinaldoShrinejf0990 11.JPG
Ang Bahay ni Heneral Baldomero Aguinaldo The House of General Baldomero Aguinaldo Building House, NHCP Museum House of Emilio Aguinaldo's first cousin and a cabinet member of the revolutionary government. Binakayan, Kawit Filipino June 12, 1983 Baldomero Aguinaldo House Marker 1.jpg
Arsenal ng Imus Imus Arsenal Structure Military Structure Became a military factory of the Katipuneros during the Revolutionary War and the Philippine–American War. Kawit Filipino 1990 Imus Arsenal 03.JPG
Artemio Ricarte (VIBORA) Became the residence of Artemio Ricarte from 1890-1900 General Trias Filipino July 13, 1974
The Astronomical Observatory of Cavite Site Site Cavite City English
Astronomical Observatory of Joseph Le Paute D'Aglet Cavite City English 1998
Bahay na Pinaglitisan kay Andres Bonifacio Where Bonifacio was Court-Martialled Building NHCP Museum House where Bonifactio and his brother were tried. Maragondon Filipino, English 1948, 1963, 2000 BTHjf9893 09.JPGBTHjf9893 08.JPG
Battle of Alapan Site Site The Filipino flag was waved here for the first time. Barrio Alapan, Imus Filipino, English May 20, 1978
Bridge of Isabel II Bridge constructed shortly before 1857 Liko Street, Imus English 1939
Bundok Nagpatong
Maragondon, Cavite
Mount Nagpatong, Maragondon, Cavite Site Monument Site where Andres Bonifacio and his brothe Procopio were shot in accordance to the military court of the revolutionary government. Maragondon Filipino 1963; November 30, 1979
Casa Hacienda de Naic Hacienda House of Naic Site Site Naic Filipino 1998 CasaHaciendadeNaicjf9467 04.JPG
Church of Dasmariñas Dasmariñas Filipino October 2, 1986
Corregidor Site Site Became a stronghold for multiple political entities. English 1949
Diego Mojica Poet and leader of the revolutionaries. Gen. Trias Filipino March 17, 1990
Dito sa Kawit, Cavite, isinilang Noong Ika-29 ng Agosto 1862 si Heneral Candido Tria Tirona Here in Kawit, Cavite, was born, 29 August 1862, General Candido Tria Tirona Site Monument Site of the birth of the general who helped propagate Katipunan ideas in Cavite. Kawit Filipino August 29, 1956 Candido T. Tirona historical marker in Kawit, Cavite.jpg
Dito sa Indang, Kabite Isinilang Noong Ika-8 ng Enero, 1851 si Severino de las Alas Here in Indang, Cavite, Severino de las Alas was born January 8, 1851 Birthplace of the revolutionary and politician. Indang Filipino January 8, 1958
Dito sa Naik, Kabite Isinilang, 17 ng Mayo 1875 si Pascual Poblete Here in Naic, Kavite May 17, 1875, Pascual Poblete was Born Distinguished newspaperman during the Spanish and American regimes. Naic Filipino 1951
Emiliano Riego de Dios Became a Katipunero and a military governor of Cavite Maragondon Filipino March 22, 1975
Emilio Aguinaldo y Famy
(1869–1964)
Building House, NHCP Museum The first President of the Philippines. Kawit English 1998 AguinaldoMonumentjf0836 01.JPG
Enrique T. Virata One of the founders of Family Planning Association of the Philippines. 172 Medicion II, Imus Filipino July 14, 1984
Ermita de Porta Vaga Cavite City Filipinas November 17, 1991 Porta Vaga Church historical marker in Cavite City.jpg
Espiritu Santo Hosptal Site of the hospital founded by Franciscans in 1951. Bacoor English
Felipe Calderon Drafted the Constitution of the First Philippine Republic. Tanza English April 4, 1957
Flaviano Yengko General of the revolution. Imus Filipino December 22, 1974
Francisco Tirona Benitez Imus Filipino June 4, 1982
General Licerio Topacio y Cuenca Nationalist and revolutionary Imus Filipino November 16, 1991
General Mariano Trias Patriot, soldier, statesman. General Trias Filipino March 10, 1979
General Mariano Trias
Here was Born 12 October 1869
Birthplace of the one who led the revolutionary movement in San Francisco de Malabon. General Mariano Trias (San Francisco de Malabon) English October 12, 1953
General Trias Historic town originally named San Francisco de Malabon and the town's band became the first who played the national anthem on Independence Day on June 12, 1898 in Kawit, Cavite. General Trias Filipino March 17, 1990
Hen. Baldomero Aguinaldo y Baloy
(1869–1915)
Emilio Aguinaldo's first cousin and a cabinet member of the revolutionary government. Binakayan, Kawit Filipino June 12, 1983 Baldomero Aguinaldo House Marker 2.jpg
Here in the City of Cavite was Boen on 28 January 1861 Julian Felipe Birthplace of the composer of the Philippine National Anthem. Cavite City English 1955
Imus Town former part of the Hacienda de Imus. Imus Town Plaza, Imus English 1954
Ika-41 Dibisyon, Hukbong Katihan ng Pilipinas (USAFFE) 41st Division, Armed Forces of the Philippines (USAFFE) Tagaytay City Filipino April 27, 1979
Juan Cailles Revolutionary during the both wars against the Spaniards and the Americans. Amaya, Tanza Filipino January 26, 1989
Julian R. Felipe Composed the national anthem. Julian R. Felipe Elementary School, Cavite City Filipino August 30, 1990
Katedral ng Imus Imus Cathedral Building House of Worship Built as a parochial church by Recollect priests. Imus Filipino November 13, 2006 Imus,Cathedraljf0374 12.JPG
Kuta ng San Felipe Neri San Felipe Neri Fort Structure Fortification First fort built in the port of Cavite between 1609 and 1616. Cavite Naval Base, Cavite City Filipino February 10, 1978
Labanan sa Alapan Battle of Alapan Successful battle where the flag of the Philippines was also first raised Alapan Filipino May 28, 1970
Labanan sa Imus Battle of Imus Site Site Victory became an inspiration for the revolutionary forces to fight for freedom. Cuartel of Imus, Imus Filipino September 3, 2006 Battle of Imus historical marker 01.jpg
Labanan sa Kalero Battle of Kalero More than 400 troops of the forces of the Spanish General Diego de Dios were killed here. Noveleta Filipino August 31, 1994
Laban sa Pasong Santol Batlle of Santol Pass Santol Pass, Imus Filipino March 24, 1971
Ladislao Diwa Member of La Liga Filipina and a founder of the Katipunan Cavite City Filipino June 27, 1964
Ladislao Diwa Elementary School In the memory of Ladislao Diwa Cavite City English November 30, 1964
Ang Lungsod ng Tagaytay The City of Tagaytay Famous tourist spot which was designated as the second Summer Capital of the Philippines. Tagaytay City Filipino August 19, 1978
Mababang Paaralang Manuel S. Rojas Manuel S. Rojas Elementary School Named after the father of Commonwealth Act 547. Cavite City Filipino October 11, 1991
Navy Hospital of Cañacao Caridad English
Organization of the Revolutionary Government Building Convent In the convent of the Church of Tanza was the place where Emilio Aguinaldo and Mariano Trias took oaths as President and Vice President of the revolutionary government. Tanza English 1940; May 3, 1980 Tanza,CaviteChurchjf2614 14.JPG
Padre Mariano Gomes One third of the GOMBURZA. Bacoor Filipino August 5, 1972
Ang Pag-aaklas sa Kabite ng 1872 The Cavite Mutiny of 1872 The revolt against unjust taxes and forced labor which resulted on the execution of GOMBURZA priests. Cavite City Filipino 2013 CaviteCityParkHalljf5670 08.JPG
Ang Pagdakip kay Bonifacio The Capture of Bonifacio Where Bonifacio was captured in orders under Aguinaldo. Limbon, Indang Filipino 1963
Pamahalaang Bayan ng Kawit
(1896)
Kawit Municipal Hall Site Government Center Site of the town hall which was invaded by the forces of Aguinaldo and Tirona. Kawit Filipino August 31, 1973 Kawit Revolt marker at the Kawit town Hall.jpg
Pamahalaang Rebolusyonaryo, Bakoor, Kabite Revolutionary Government, Bacoor, Cavite House where the revolutionary government was moved after Kawit and before Malolos Bacoor Filipino 1952
Panunumpa ni Hen. Emilio Aguinaldo Inauguration of Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo Inauguration for the Revolutionary Government of the Philippines on March 23, 1987. Tanza Filipino October 31, 1973
Ang Parokya ng Santa Cruz
Tanza, Cavite
The Parish of Santa Cruz
Tanza, Cavite
Building House of Worship Established as an independent parish August 29, 1780. Tanza Filipino May 3, 1980 Tanza,CaviteChurchjf2531 11.JPG
Parokya ni Sta. Maria Magdalena Catholic Plaza, Amadeo Filipino July 26, 1984
Plaza Olivia Salamanca In memory of Olivia Salamanca, M.D,. pioneer woman physician of the Philippines Imus Filipino December 17, 1973
Plaza Olivia Salamanca In memory of Olivia Salamanca, M.D,. pioneer woman physician of the Philippines San Roque English 1955
Simbahan ng Heneral Trias Church of General Trias Where the Marcha Filipina was practiced before it was played during Independence. General Trias Filipino December 12, 1992
Simbahan ng Kawit Kawit Church Building House of Worship First administered by Jesuit priests. St. Mary Magdalene Parish Church plaza Kawit Filipino July 21, 1990 KawitChurchjf1500 14.JPG
Simbahan ng Maragondon[26] Church of Maragondon Built by the Jesuits, 1618. Maragondon Filipino
Site of the Proclamation of Philippine Independence Building House, NHCP Museum Site of the proclamation of Philippine Independence. Kawit Filipino, English 1971 AguinaldoShrinejf0908 09.JPG
Tagaytay Ridge Landing Site of the first parachute landing in the Philippines on February 3, 1945 Tagyatay City English 1951 TagaytayRidge HistoricalMarker TagaytayCity.jpg
The Tejeros Convention Site Site The famous revolutionary assembly held on March 22, 1897. Barrio Tejeros, San Francisco de Malabon (now General Trias) English 1941 TejerosConventionjf3547 02.JPG
The Tejeros Convention Where the revolutionary assembly was held. Rosario English 1973
Ang Tirahan ng mga Tirona The Residence of the Tironas Tirona House, Imus Filipino November 20, 1975
Tribunal ng Nobeleta, Kabite Tribunal of Nobeleta, Cavite Where General Pascual Alvarez was killed which sparked the revolution in Cavite. Nobeleta Filipino August 31, 1964
Tulay Tomas Mascardo Tomas Mascardo Bridge Named after Tomas Mascardo, former governor of Cavite Imus Filipino December 17, 1973

Laguna[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Ambrosio Rianzares Bautista
(1830 - 1903)
Biñan Filipino 1980
Battle of Sabat The height if the first battle of the Katipunan in Laguna Pagsanjan Filipino September 20, 1988
Ang Bayan ng Liliw The Town of Liliw Town became a guerrilla base by President Quezon for the Filipinos and the Americans fighting against the Japanese. Liliw Filipino 1971
Ang Bayan ng Pakil The Town of Pakil First community founded by San Pedro Bautista, O.F.M., 1588. Pakil Filipino October 18, 1988
Birthplace of Jose Rizal Building NHCP Museum Reconstruction of the family house of the national hero. Calamba English 1951 Rizal birthplace.jpg
College of Architecture Where University of the Philippines College of Architecture was founded June 9, 1909 Los Baños English 1960
Cayo Alzona
(1868 - 1927)
Biñan Filipino April 28, 1984
Church of Cavinti Cavinti English 1936
Church of Lilio Building House of Worship Ecclesiastical administration of Liliw. Liliw English 1939
Church of Paete Paete Church Building House of Worship First church and convent hurch built in 1646. Paete English 1939
Church of Los Baños Building House of Worship Ecclesiastical administration of Los Baños. Los Baños English
Church of Lumbang Lumbang English 1939
Church of Mabitac g Mabitac English 1939
Church of Nagcarlang Nagcarlan Church Building House of Worship First church constructed by Rev. Tomas de miranda, O.E.M. Nagcarlan English 1938
Church of Pagsanjan Building House of Worship Founded by Fr. Agustin de la Magdalena in 1687. Pagsanjan English 1953
Church of Santa Cruz Santa Cruz English December 7, 1955
Church of Siniloan Siniloan English 1939
Conrado Benitez y Francia Pagsanjan Filipino November 26, 1982
Francisco Benitez Pagsanjan Filipino June 30, 1987
Heneral Vicente Lim
(1888 - 1944)
One of the founders of the Boy Scouts of the Philippines and became a distinguished guerrilla during the Second World War. M.H. del Pilar, Calamba Filipino February 24, 1982
Hospital de Aguas Santos Los Baños English 1939
International Rice Research Institute[27] Los Baños English 2010
Jose Rizal Site where José Rizal was baptized. Calamba Filipino June 18, 1960 Jose Rizal baptism.jpg
Jose Rizal Tallest Rizal statue unveiled on his sesquicentennial birthday. Calamba Filipino 2011 Jose Rizal tallest statue.jpg
Juan Cailles
1871 - 1951[28]
Sta. Cruz Filipino March 9, 2013
Katedral ng San Pablo San Pablo Cathedral Building House of Worship First built by Augustinian friars. San Pablo City Filipino December 14, 1986
Kuwartel ng Santo Domingo Cuartel of Santo Domingo Structure Fortification Part of the Dominican hacienda and was used for the civil guards. Santa Rosa Filipino September 20, 2005
Lungsod ng San Pablo City of San Pablo San Pablo City Filipino 1954
Mahayhay Became an encomienda November 14, 1571 Majayjay Filipino October 2, 1971
Mansiyong Fule-Malvar Fule-Malvar Mansion Building House Built in the romantic-classicism style. San Pablo City Filipino February 16, 1991
Marcelo Adonay y Quisteria Pakil Filipino February 6, 1983
Pabinyagan ng Simbahang Katoliko ng Kalamba Baptismal Place of the Catholic Church of Calamba Building House of Worship Site where José Rizal was baptized. Calamba Filipino 1960 St John the Baptist Church, Calamba Laguna.jpg
Paciano Rizal
1851-1930
Building House House of José Rizal's older brother. Los Baños Filipino April 13, 1983
Pagsanjan Formerly called Barrio Lumbang. Pagsanjan English 1953
Pagsanjan Municipal Building Building Government Center Pagsanjan 1956
Rizal in Biñan Town where Rizal received his first formal schooling. General Capinpin Street, Biñan English 1958
Rizal sa Binyang Rizal in Biñan Where Rizal received his first formal education Biñan (currently in NHCP storage) Filipino Rizal sa Binyang HistoricalMarker NHCPStorageManila.JPG
Sementeryo sa Ilalim ng Lupa ng Nagcarlan Underground Cemetery of Nagcarlan Structure Cemetery, NHCP Museum Became a subterranean meeting place for the revolutionary movement. Nagcarlan Filipino October 24, 1981
Simbahan ng Bay Church of Bay Building House of Worship Constructed by Rev. Fr. P. Martin de Rada, Augustinian priest, 1571. Bay Church facade, Bay Filipino August 28, 1985
Simbahan ng Majayjay Majayjay Church Building House of Worship First built by Augustinian friars. Majayjay Filipino June 27, 1993
Ang Simbahan ng Paete The Church of Paete Paete Filipino September 13, 1981
Ang Simbahan ng Pakil The Church of Pakil Pakil Filipino September 18, 1988
Simbahan ng Pila Pila Church Building House of Worship First church and convent constructed in 1618. Pila Filipino 1939
Simbahan ng San Pablo Church of San Pablo San Pablo City English 1957
Villa Escudero A historical villa of independence during the Spanish, American, and Japanese periods. Villa Escudero, San Pablo City Filipino June 3, 1984

Quezon[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Apolinario de la Cruz Better known as "Hermano Pule," established Cofradia de San Jose to protest friar monopoly in the Philippines. Lucban Filipino November 4, 1977
Casa de Comunidad de Tayabas Community House of Tayabas Building School Served as a civic building for the town. Tayabas City Filipino September 20, 1988 TayabasCasajf0195 07.JPG
Church of Atimonan Building House of Worship First church burned by the Dutch in 1640. Atimonan English 1939 Our Lady of the Angels Parish Marker in Atimonan, Quezon.JPG
Church of Lucban Building House of Worship First church dates back from 1595. Lucban English 1939 St. Louis Bishop Parish Marker Lucban, Quezon.JPG
Church of Mauban Building House of Worship First church and convent constructed in 1647. Mauban Church facade, Mauban English 1939
Church of Sariaya Building House of Worship First church dates back from 1599. Sariaya English 1938 St. Francis of Assisi Parish marker Sariaya, Quezon.JPG
Claro M. Recto Site Site Birthplace of Claro M. Recto. Tiaong Filipino February 8, 1984
Colegio Sagrado Corazon de Jesus Sacred Heart College, Lucena City Spanish 1950
Horacio de la Costa, SJ Distinguished Jesuit scholar. Mauban Filipino May 9, 1982
Ika-400 Taong Pagdiriwang ng Pagiging Krisityano ng Bayan ng Gumaca 400th Anniversary of the Christianization of the Town of Gumaca San Diego de Alcala Park, Gumaca Filipino 1982

Marker San Diego de Alcala Park Gumaca, Quezon.JPG

Iskong Bantay Atimonan English 1952
Kutang San Diego Fort San Diego San Diego Fortress, Gumaca English March 17, 1981 Kutang San Diego Marker Gumaca, Quezon.JPG
Lucban Town first established in 1578. Lucban Filipino May 14, 1978
Lucena Previously called Tayabas. Lucena City. Filipino 1952
Macario Sakay Katipunero general. Dolores Filipino March 27, 1993
Manuel S. Enverga
(1909 - 1981) [29]
Mauban Filipino
Mauban Established by the Franciscans in 1583 Mauban Filipino July 15, 1984
Quezon Provincial Capitol Building Government Center Old Tayabas capitol. Lucena City Filipino August 17, 1987 Quezon Provincial Capitol Marker.JPG
Rizal Hill Park Structure Monument Built as a monument for José Rizal in 1925. Mauban Filipino 2011
Sacred Heart College The oldest Catholic school in Quezon. Sacred Heart College Compound, Lucena Filipino March 10, 1984
Ang Simbahan ng Gumaca The Church of Gumaca Largest an oldest Catholic Church in Quezon Gumaca Church, Gumaca Filipino November 13, 1973
Simbahan ng Lucena Church of Lucena Lucena City Filipino 1953 San Fernando Cathedral Lucena City Marker.JPG
Simbahan ng Pagbilao Pagbilao Church Building House of Worship Parish established by the Franciscans. Pagbilao Filipino July 4, 1986
Simbahan ng Tayabas Tayabas Church Building House of Worship Built by Franciscans in 1585 under the patronage of St. Michael the Archangel. Tayabas City Filipino November 11, 1982 Tayabas,Quezonjf9995 33.JPG
Tayabas Founded by Franciscan friars in 1578. Tayabas City Filipino January 15, 1978 Tayabasjf0310 14.JPG
Tulay Malagonlong Malagonlong Bridge Structure Bridge One of the remaining Spanish stone bridges. Tayabas City Filipino November 26, 2004

Rizal[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Ang Bayan ng Morong The Town of Morong Established in 1578 Morong Filipino December 9, 1973
Church of Antipolo A famous pilgrimage site Antipolo Church, Antipolo City English 1937 AntipoloChurch HistoricalMarker AntipoloCity.jpg
Church of Baras Building House of Worship Franciscans buolt the first church in 1595. Baras Church facade, Baras English 1939
Church of Morong Building House of Worship Morong Church facade, Morong English 1939
Church of Tanay Building House of Worship First church built in 1606 Tanay Church facade, Tanay English 1939
Claudio Intermediate School Constructed in 1921. Morong English ClaudioIntermediateSchool HistoricalMarker NHCPStorageManila.JPG
Juan M. Sumulong
(1874 - 1942)
Secretary of the revolutionaries against Spain, founder of the Province of Rizal. Antipolo City Filipino December 27, 1974
Licerio I. Geronimo Hero in the Battle of San Mateo Rodriguez Town Plaza, Rodriguez Filipino February 20, 1993
Morong High School Building Morong English
Nuestra Señora de la Paz y Buen Viaje Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage Antipolo Church facade, Antipolo City English 1937 OLOfGoodVoyage HistoricalMarker AntipoloCity.jpg
Paul P. de la Gironiere French traveler to the Philippines who established the hacienda at Jala Jala. Jalajala Filipino 1980 Paul de la Gironière Estate historical marker 2.jpg
Simbahan ng Bosoboso Boso-Boso Church Building House of Worship Established as a misionary base for Jesuits. Boso-Boso, Antipolo Filipino 2001
Simbahan ng Pililia Pililia Church Building House of Worship First built by Franciscan priests. Pililia Filipino January 16, 1977
Simbahan ng Taytay Taytay Church Building House of Worship First built by Franciscans by using light materials. Taytay Filipino June 24, 1992
Tomas Claudio World War I hero. Morong Filipino May 7, 1992
Town of Tanay Moved to the present site and founded the town in 1640. Tanay English 1939
Town of Tanay First stone church finished in 1680. Tanay English 1939
Town of Tanay Rawang Pass ang Kalinawan Plateau became strongholds of Filipinos against Spain and in the Filipino-American War. Tanay English 1939
Vicente S. Manansala (1910–1981) Building House Monument to the painter and muralist. 73 Gloria St., San Carlos Heights, Barrio Tayuman, Binangonan Filipino January 22, 1984

IV-B – MIMAROPA[edit]

Marinduque[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Casa Narvas Narvas House Building House Boac English 2007
Labanan sa Paye Battle of Paye Site of the second battle of Marinduque in the Filipino-American War. Boac Filipino July 31, 1986
Ang Labanan sa Pulang Lupa Battle of Red Ground Site Site Monument to a successful battle of the Filipinos against the Americans in the Philippine–American War. Torrijos Filipino September 12, 1971; September 13, 2000
Liwasang Kalayaan Freedom Park Where the documentw as signed which ended the Filipino-American war in Marinduque Boac Filipino December 6, 1975
Maharlikang Tahanan ni Kapitan Piroco Noble House of Captain Piroco Building House Boac Filipino February 23, 1973
Museo at Aklatan ng Boac Museum and Library of Boac Building House Site of the oldest Catholic school in Marinduque. Boac Filipino November 30, 1987
Pilar Hidalgo Lim Distinguished woman achiever. Boac Filipino May 24, 1982
Salvador del Mundo Leading Filipino chemist. Boac Filipino May 24, 1982
Simbahan ng Boac Boac Church Building House of Worship Built in 1792. Boac Filipino 1972

Mindoro Occidental[edit]

Mindoro Oriental[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Church of Calapan Calapan English 1937
Isinilang sa Pook na Ito, 10 ng Marso 1869
Macario Adriatico
Born here, March 10, 1869
Macario Adriatico
First representative of Mindoro in the Assemblea Filipina. Calapan Filipino 1949
Mga Guho ng Simbahang Kuta Ruins of the Church-Fort So. Kuta, Brgy. Anilao, Bongabong May 8, 2013 [30]

Palawan[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Fort Culion Structure Fortification Fort built about 1740 by Recollect-Augustinians. Culion English 1939
Fort Cuyo Structure Fortification Fort built about 1680 by Recollect-Augustinians. Cuyo English 1939
Fort Labo Site of Fort Labo Labo (Currently in NHCP storage) English 1939 Fort Labo HistoricalMarker NHCPStorageManila.JPG
Fort San Juan Bautista Constructed to protect the town from pirates. Lutaya, Agutaya (currently in NHCP storage) English 1939 Fort of San Juan Bautista HistoricalMarker NHCPStorageManila.JPG
Higino A. Mendoza
(1898 - 1944)[31]
Puerto Princesa City
Iwahig Penal Colony Building Penitentiary Colony established in Nov 16 1904. Taytay English 1954
Kutang Santa Isabel Santa Isabel Fort Structure Fortification Built by Recollects. Taytay Filipino April 16, 1993
Plaza Cuartel Structure Military Structure, Site Military stronghold against the Japanese in WWII. Puerto Princesa Filipino 2005

Romblon[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Fort Romblon Structure Fortification Fort built in 1650 under the guidance of Rev. Pedro de San Agustin, A.R. Boac English 1939
Labanan sa Karagatan ng Sibuyan Battle of Sibuyan Sea Site Site WWII naval battle which helped the American advance to Leyte. Sibuyan Island Filipino 2007
Manuel T. Alberto y Azores Corcuera Filipino April 30, 1983

V – Bicol Region[edit]

Albay[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Angela Manalang Gloria
(1907–1995)
Building House Writer and Poet. Legazpi English October 30, 2007
Bahay-Kalakal ng Smith, Bell & Co. Tabaco, Albay Tradehouse of Smith, Bell & Co. Tabaco, Albay Building House Became the headquarters of Smith, Bell & Co. for Tabaco, Albay. Legazpi English October 30, 2007
Church of Cagsaua Building House of Worship Ruins of Cagsaua Church. Daraga English 1954 Historical Marker at the Church of Cagsaua.JPG
Church of Legazpi Building House of Worship Church of Legazpi. Legazpi English 1940 Church of Legaspi Marker.JPG
Church of Oas Building House of Worship Church founded by Franciscans in 1605. Oas English 1950
Church of Tabaco Building House of Worship Church built by Franciscans in 1587. Tabaco English
Heneral Jose Ignacio Paua
Heneral na Tsino sa Himagsikang Pilipino
General Jose Ignacio
Chinese General of the Philippine Revolution
Structure Monument Chinese immigrant-turned-general who served in the revolution. Legazpi Filipino July 12, 1989
Simbahan ng Daraga Daraga Church Building House of Worship First stone church by Franciscans in 1773. Daraga Filipino October 16, 2008 Historical Marker at the Simbahan ng Daraga.JPG
Simeon Arboleda Ola
(1865–1952)
Structure Monument General of the revolutions against both the Spanish and the American. Guinobatan Filipino September 25, 2003
St. Agnes' Academy Building School Built by German Benedictine Sisters of Tutzing, July 1, 1912. Legazpi Filipino 2012

Camarines Norte[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
First Rizal Monument in the Philippines Structure Monument Unveiled on December 30, 1898. Daet English 1961
Jose Ma. Panganiban y Enverga
(1863-1890)
Structure Monument Propagandist born February 1, 1863. Jose Panganiban Filipino 1985
Martir ng Camarines Norte The Martyr of Camarines Norte Structure Monument Monument to Katipunan revolutionaries of 1898. Daet Filipino 1992
Wenceslao Q. Vinzons Building House World War II hero. Vinzons English September 28, 1991

Camarines Sur[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Church of Baao First built in 1684. Baao English 1939
Cathedral of Naga Building House of Worship Erected of Padi-an when the Diocese of Nueva Caceres was created by a papal bull 14 August 1595. Naga City English 1939
Church of Milaor Building House of Worship First church completed in 1735. Milaor English 1939
Church of Nuestra Señora de Pena de Francia Building House of Worship Early church built in 1711. Calabanga English 1940 Historical Marker at the Church of Nuestra Señora de Peña de Francia.JPG
Jorge Barlin y Imperial
(1850-1909)
Structure Monument First native Filipino bishop. Barlin National Park, Baao Filipino April 23, 1988
Labinlimang Martir ng Bikol Fifteen Martyrs of Bicol Structure Monument Fifteen illustrados accused by Spanish as conspirators. Naga City Filipino 1982 Historical marker of the 15 Martyrs of Bicol at Naga City.jpg
Seminary of Nueva Caceres Building School Founded by the Rt. Rev. Domingo Collantes, O.P. Naga City English 1939
Simbahang Parokya ng Quipayo Parish Church of Quipayo Building House of Worship Church built in 1578. Calabanga Filipino 1979
Simbahan ng San Francisco San Francisco Church Building House of Worship First church in Naga. Naga City Filipino 1972 Historical Marker at the San Francisco Church in Naga City.jpg

Catanduanes[edit]

Masbate[edit]

Sorsogon[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Ang Escuala Pia ng Priteo Diaz The Escuela Pia of Priteo Diaz Building School Nineteenth century school made of corals. Prieto Diaz Filipino 2002

VI – Western Visayas[edit]

Aklan[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Pagdakip Kay Heneral Ananias Diokno Leandro Fullon Birthplace Structure Monument/Site Where Ananias Diokno was captured by the Americans in 1901. Altavas Filipino 2013

Antique[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Pook na Pinanganakan ni Leandro Fullon Leandro Fullon Birthplace Structure Monument Leandro Locsin Fullon, revolutionary general. Hamtic Filipino March 13, 2004

Capiz[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Birthplace of Manuel Acuña Roxas Building House Birthplace of the last president of the Commonwealth Roxas City English 1958
Church of Pan-Ay Building House of Worship First church established in 1774. Pan-Ay English 1997

Guimaras[edit]

Iloilo[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Ang Bahay ni Hechanova Hechanova House Building House Historic house of WWII guerrillas Jaro, Iloilo City Filipino 1893
Battle of Balantang Site Memorial Bloodiest battle fought by the Panay guerilla forces led by Col. Macario Peralta, Jr. in WWII. Jaro, Iloilo City English 1998
Central Philippine University Building School Established in 1905 under the American Baptist Foreign Mission Society as Jaro Industrial School by William Valentine, and organized the first student governing body in South East Asia, the Central Philippine University Republic in 1906. Iloilo City Filipino September 19, 1980 Central Philippine University Plaque.JPG
Colegio de San Jose San Jose College Building School Opened May 1, 1872. Iloilo City English 1939
Colonel Quintin Salas [32] Dumangas
Ang Daungan ng Iloilo Iloilo Port Site Site City customhouse. Iloilo City Proper, Custom House Filipino September 29, 1975
Fort Nuestra Señora del Rosario Structure Fortification Site of Fort Nuestra Señora del Rosario. Iloilo City English 1949
Graciano Lopez Jaena Site Site First editor of La Solidaridad. Jaro, Iloilo City Filipino 1970
Heneral Martin Teofilo Delgado General Martin Teofilo Delgado Personage Monument A leader of the Philippine revolution in the Visayas. Sta. Barbara Filipino 1973
Ang Kapilya ng Ermita Ermita Chapel Building School Dumangas Filipino August 26, 1989
Ang Katedral ng Jaro, Iloilo Jaro Cathedral, Iloilo Building House of Worship Built in 1874. Jaro, Iloilo City Filipino 1976 Jaro Cathedral historical marker.JPG
Lopez Ancestral House Building House Jaro, Iloilo City Filipino March 28, 2004
Makasaysayang Simbahan ng San Joaquin San Joaquin Historical Church Building House of Worship San Joaquin Filipino 1980
Miagao Church Building House of Worship Construction began in 1787. Miag-ao Filipino 1963 Miag-ao Church Marker 2010.JPG
Nazaria Lagos
(1851-1945)
Structure Monument Nurse who helped the sick and the wounded of the revolution Dueñas Filipino 1973
Nicholas Loney
(1826-1869)
Structure Monument Helped in the region's economic growth after Iloilo was opened as an international port. Iloilo City Filipino 1981
Old Capitol Building of Iloilo Structure Government Center Once used as Casa Real by the Spaniards. Iloilo City Filipino 2010
Old Iloilo City Hall Building Government Center Inaugurated 1936. Iloilo City Filipino 2008 UP Visayas Iloilo Campus 2010 Marker.JPG
Pablo Araneta y Soriano
(1865-1943)
Personages Personages A revolutionary leader. Molo Filipino 1973
Pamahalaang Mapaghimagsik ng Kabisayaan
(1898)
Revolutionary Government of the Visayas Site Site Site where the revolutionary government for Visayas and Mindanao was proclaimed. Sta. Barbara Filipino 1973
Patrocino Gamboa
(1865-1953)
Structure Monument Revolutionary of Iloilo. Jaro, Iloilo City Filipino 1980
Plaza Libertad Site Plaza Philippine flag was raised on this spot signaling end of Spanish rule. Iloilo City Filipino 2006 Plaza Libertad historical marker.JPG
Rosendo Mejica
(1873-1956)
Building House One of the first publishers of Hiligaynon. Iloilo City Filipino 1973
Santa Barbara Golf Course Structure Golf Course Oldest golf course in the country. Sta. Barbara Filipino 2007
Seminaryo ng San Vicente Ferrer Seminary of Saint Vincent Ferrer Building School Established 1869. Jaro, Iloilo City Filipino 1990 St. Vincent Ferrer Seminary Historical Marker.jpg
Simbahan at Kumbento ng Santa Barbara Church and Convent of Santa Barbara Building House of Worship Santa Barbara Filipino 2012
Simbahan ng Dumangas Dumangas Church Building House of Worship Built with the convent of Fr. Martin de Rada, O.S.A., 1572. Dumangas Filipino August 28, 1989
Simbahan ng Molo Molo Church Building House of Worship Plans for a stone church laid out in 1866. Molo, Iloilo City Filipino 1992
West Visayas State University Building School Established June 15, 1902. Iloilo City Filipino 2007

Negros Occidental[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Bernardino-Ysabela Jalandoni Ancestral House Building House Silay English 1993
Cathedral of Bacolod Cornerstone laid April 27, 1876. Bacolod City English 1936, 1952 Plaque on Cathedral of Bacolod, Negros Occidental, Philippines.jpg
Gusali ng Mababang Paaralan ng Rizal Rizal Elementary School Building Oldest school building of Negros Occidental built in 1907. Bacolod City Filipino 1990
Infante Ancestral House Building House Hacienda Guadalupe, La Carlota English December 12, 2001
Jose Corteza Locsin Heritage House Building House Silay English 1995
Jose "Pitong" Ledesma Heritage House Building House Silay English 2006
Kapitolyo ng Negros Occidental Negros Occidental Capitol Building Government Center Building constructed 1927-1933. Bacolod City English 2004
Manuel Severino Hofileña Heritage House Building House Silay English 1995
Pook ng Pagsuko ng mga Puwersang Espanyol sa Negros Occidental Site Where the Spanish Forces Surrendered in Negros Occidental Bacolod City Filipino 2007 Fountain of Justice Historical marker Bacolod City Philippines.jpg
Vicente Conlu Montelibano Heritage House Building House Silay English 1995
Victor Fernandez Gaston Ancestral House Building House Silay English 1994 Historical marker on the Victor Gaston Ancestral House (Balay Negrense).jpg

VII – Central Visayas[edit]

Bohol[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Balilihan Belfry Structure Belfry Became a guard tower for the Spanish, Americans, and the Japanese. Balilihan English 1953
Bantayan ng Punta Cruz Santa Cruz Fort Structure Watchtower Built by Recollect priests. Punta Cruz Filipino May 16, 2009
Blood Compact Between Sikatuna and Legaspi Site Site The site where the Sandugo between Datu Sikatuna and Miguel López de Legazpi took place Tagbilaran City English 1941 Blood Compact historical marker.JPG
Carlos P. Garcia House Building House Residence of President Carlos P. Garcia Tagbilaran City English September 4, 2009 Carlos P. Garcia House historical marker.JPG
Church of San Pedro Apostol Building House of Worship Church built by the Jesuits. Loboc English 1999 Loboc Church historical marker.JPG
Church of Tagbilaran One of the six parishes in Bohol founded by the Jesuits. Tagbilaran City Filipino 1953 Tagbilaran Church Plaque.JPG
Dauis Church Complex Structure Watchtower, Convent Church and other structures built by the Jesuits out of corals. Dauis Filipino May 16, 2009 Dauis Church Complex historical marker.jpg
Simbahan ng Baclayon Baclayon Church Building House of Worship Church built by the Jesuits. Baclayon Filipino 1995 Baclayon Church historical marker (copy).jpg
Simbahan ng Dauis Dauis Church Building House of Worship Church built by the Jesuits. Dauis Filipino May 16, 2009
Simbahan ng Loon Loon Church Building House of Worship Church built by the Jesuits. Loon Filipino 2010
Simbahan ng Maribojoc Church of Maribojoc Church built by the Jesuits. Maribojoc Filipino 2009 Maribojoc Plaque.JPG
Simbahan ng Santisima Trinidad ng Loay Santisima Trinidad of Loay Church Building House of Worship Built under the Recollects. Loay Filipino 2004

Cebu[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Andres Bonifacio
(30 Nobyembre 1863 - 10 Mayo 1897)
Andres Bonifacio
(30 November 1863 - 10 May 1897)
The founder of the Katipunan. Plaza Independencia, Cebu City Filipino 2010 [33]
Antonio Pigafetta[34] The chronicler of Ferdinand Magellan. Cebu City English 1980
Balay na Tisa (Sarmiento-Osmeña House) Building House Carcar English 2010
Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) Building Bank Third branch of BPI outside Metro Manila. Magallanes Street, Cebu City Filipino December 2, 2010 Marker history Bank of the Philippine Islands Cebu Main.JPG
Carcel de Cebu Building Building Old jail, now a museum. Cebu City Filipino/Cebuano August 13, 2009
Birthplace
of
Sergio Osmeña, Sr.
Site where Osmeña was born in September 9, 1878. Cebu City English 1959
Casa Gorordo Gorodo House Building House House built in Mid-19th century Lopez Jaena St., Cebu City English August 21, 1998
Church and Convent of Santo Niño Building House of Worship The first to be established in the Philippines. Cebu City English 1941
Colon Street Also known as the Parian, the oldest street in the Philippines. Colon St., Cebu City English October 16, 1961
The Cross of Magellan Site Monument The spot where Ferdinand Magellan planted a cross to claim the Philippines for the King of Spain Plaza Sugbo, Cebu City English 1941 Magellan's Cross historical marker.JPG
Ang Dakong Balay
(Don Florencio Noel Hourse)
Building House Carcar English 2010
Ferdinand Magellan's Death Site Site Death site of Magellan wounded by soldiers of Lapu-Lapu. Lapu-Lapu City English
Kapitolyo ng Cebu Cebu Capitol Building Government Center Building designed by architect Juan Arellano. Cebu City Filipino/Cebuano 2008
Lapu-Lapu Battle site between the forces of Lapu-Lapu and Magellan. Lapu-Lapu City (currently in NHCP storage) English 1941 Lapu-Lapu HistoricalMarker NHCPStorageManila.JPG
Lapulapu Chieftain of Mactan who killed Ferdinand Magellan in combat. Mactan Shrine, Lapu-Lapu City English 1951 Lapu-Lapu historical marker.jpg
Mercado Mansion Building House Carcar English 2010
Parola ng Bagacay Point Bagacay Point Lighthouse Structure Lighthouse Built upon the lot donated by Governor General William Howard Taft in 1904. Liloan Filipino 2006
Silva House Building House Carcar English 2010
Ang Simbahan ng Bantayan The Church of Bantayan Built by Augustinians. Bantayan, Cebu Filipino 1980
Simbahan ng Boljoon Boljoon Church Building House of Worship Built by Augustinians. Boljoon Filipino June 25, 2000
Simbahan ng San Guillermo de Aquitania Church of San Guillermo de Aquitania Building House of Worship Dalaguete Filipino 2004
Simbahan ng Sibonga Church of Sibonga Building House of Worship Sibonga Filipino December 2, 2010

Negros Oriental[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Pantaleon Villegas ("Leon Kilat")
(1873-1898)
Personage Monument Became part of the revolutionary cause while in Manila and was tasked by Aguinaldo to expand the revolution in Cebu. Bacong Filipino 2000
Silliman University Building School The first American and Protestant school in the Philippines and in Asia. Dumaguete City Filipino 1966
Sisters of St. Paul of Chartres Structure Monument Commemorating the arrival of Sisters of St. Paul of Chartres to Dumaguete. Dumaguete Filipino 2004

Siquijor[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Simbahan ng Lazi Lazi Church Building House of Worship Parish established by the Recollects. Lazi Filipino May 19, 1984

VIII – Eastern Visayas[edit]

Biliran[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Bantayan ng Biliran Biliran Fort Structure Watchtower Church and watchtower built in 1765. Filipino September 10, 2008

Leyte[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Capitol Building of the
Philippines (1944-1945)
Building Government Center Served as the capitol of the Philippines and where Sergio Osmeña was formally installed as president of the Commonwealth. Tacloban English 1950
The Cathedral of Palo Palo Hospital Building House of Worship First church built by the Jesuits; used as a hospital by Americal Liberation Forces. Palo English 1954
Church of Tanauan, Leyte Building House of Worship First church built by the Jesuits. Tanauan English 1949
Pagdaong sa Dulag, Leyte Dulag, Leyte Landing Site Site Site of landing of the US 24th and 10th corps. Dulag Filipino 2008
Paglunsad sa Leyte Leyte Landing Sites/Events Site McArthur landing site. Palo Filipino/English
Provisional Capitol Building House Served as provisional capitol 20–23 October 1944. Tacloban English 1950

Eastern Samar[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Balangiga Massacre Balangiga Filipino 1982
Ang Labangan sa Borongan (1899 Himagsikang Pilipino - Amerikano)[35] The Battle of Borongan (1899 Philippine–American War) Where revolutionary Filipinos won in Samar under Capt. Ramon Serrano. City of Borongan Filipino 2012
Simbahan ng Balangiga Church of Balangiga House of Worship Balangiga Filipino 1993

Northern Samar[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Lumang Simbahan ng Palapag Old Church of Palapag Building House of Worship Ruins of the church built by the Jesuits. Palapag Filipino March 16, 2010
Simbahan ng Capul Capul Church Building House of Worship Church first built by the Jesuits. Capul Filipino August 5, 2011

Samar[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Simbahan ng Basey Church of Basey Old Jesuit parish in 1591. Basey Church facade, Basey Filipino September 29, 1987

Southern Leyte[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
First Mass in the Philippines Sites/Events Site First mass celebrated on Easter Sunday March 31, 1521. Limasawa English 1950
Katedral ng Maasin Maasin Cathedral Building House of Worship Built by the Jesuits in 1700. Maasin Filipino 1983

IX – Zamboanga Peninsula[edit]

Zamboanga del Norte[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Ang Casa Real The Royal House Site Site Where Rizal lived while he was in exile. Dapitan Filipino/English 1989
Dapitan - Saint James Church Building House of Worship Church built by the Jesuits where Rizal attended mass while he was in exile. Dapitan Filipino/English 1989
Dr. Jose Rizal (1861-1896) Site Site Where Rizal left Dapitan ending his four years in exile. Dapitan Filipino 1989
Jose Rizal
1861-1896 [36]
Replica of the house constructed by Rizal. Dapitan English 1962
Liwasan ng Dapitan Dapitan Park Site Plaza Plaza planned by Rizal. Dapitan Filipino 2003
Ang Lumang Bayan ng Dapitan Old Town of Dapitan Heritage Zone/Historic Center City/Town Dapitan Filipino 2011
Sakahan ni Jose Rizal Farm of Jose Rizal Site Site The farmland that Rizal bought and cultivated during his years in exile. Filipino 1998
Site Where Rizal Landed Site Site Where Rizal landed to his place of exile. Dapitan Filipino/English 1989

Zamboanga del Sur[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Bahay-Pamahalaan ng Lungsod ng Zamboanga
(Dating Panlalawigang Kapitolyo ng Zamboanga)
Zamboanga City Hall (Old Zamboanga Capitol) Building Government Center Built by the federal government of the United States Zamboanga City English 1969
Fort Pilar Strucuture Fortification Founded as a southern outpost of the Spanish. Zamboanga City English 1949 Fort Pilar BronzeTablet.JPG
Zamboanga Beach Site Beach Where the US 41st division landed to liberate the city of Zamboanga from the Japanese. Zamboanga City English 1952

Zamboanga Sibugay[edit]

X – Northern Mindanao[edit]

Bukidnon[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Camp Kasisang A camp where war prisoners were imprisoned during World War II. Malaybalay City (currently in NHCP storage) English Camp Kasisang HistoricalMarker NHCPStorageManila.JPG

Camiguin[edit]

Lanao del Norte[edit]

Misamis Occidental[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Fuerte de la Concepcion y del Triunfo Fort of Concepcion y del Triunfo Site Fort Ozamiz July 15, 2006

Misamis Oriental[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Casa del Chino Ygua House of Chino Ygua Building House Cagayan de Oro May 30, 1999
Macabalan Wharf Site Wharf Cagayan de Oro March 13, 2008

XI – Davao Region[edit]

Compostela Valley[edit]

Davao del Norte[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Davao Penal Colony Site Group of Buildings Carmen 1956

Davao del Sur[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Andres Bonifacio
(30 Nobyembre 1863 - 10 Mayo 1897)
Andres Bonifacio
(30 November 1863 - 10 May 1897)
Structure Monument The founder of the Katipunan. Davao City Filipino 2013 [37]
Ohta Kyozaburo Structure Monument Established Ohta Development Company, the first abaca company by the Japanese in the Philippines. Mintal, Davao City English
Port Sta. Ana Site Site Davao City August 25, 2003

Davao Occidental[edit]

Davao Oriental[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Simbahan ng Caraga Caraga Church Building House of Worship Built of wood, corals, and stone. Caraga Filipino July 16, 2012

XII – SOCCSKSARGEN[edit]

Cotabato[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Fort Pikit Structure Fortification Fort built by Spaniards for their conquest of Mindanao. Pikit Filipino 2012

Cotabato City[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Simbahang Inmaculada Conception ng Tamontaka Immaculate Concepcion Church of Tamontaka Building House of Worship Church built in 1872 which became a primary center for the evangelization of Cotabato. Tamontaka Filipino 2004 Church of the Immaculate Conception of Tamontaka Seal.JPG

Saranggani[edit]

South Cotabato[edit]

Sultan Kudarat[edit]

XIII – Caraga[edit]

Agusan del Norte[edit]

Agusan del Sur[edit]

Dinagat Islands[edit]

Surigao del Norte[edit]

Surigao del Sur[edit]

CAR – Cordillera Administrative Region[edit]

Abra[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Ignacio Villamor y Borbon Jurist, author, and educator. Bangued Filipino February 23, 1983

Apayao[edit]

Benguet[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Baguio City Hall Building/Structures Government Center Baguio City September 2, 2009
Baguio Country Club Building Social Club Baguio City Filipino/English February 18, 2005
Baguio City Hall Building/Structures Government Center Baguio City September 2, 2009
Baguio Teachers' Camp Used as a vacation site for teachers.. Baguio City Filipino 2008 BaguioTeacher'sCamp HistoricalMarker BaguioCity Benguet.jpg
Dating Kinatatayuan ng Akademya Militar ng Pilipinas Former Site of Philippine Military Academy Became the site of the Philippine Military Academy from June 15, 1936 unril December 12, 1941. Teachers' Camp, Baguio City Filipino, English, 1994 OldPMASite HistoricalMarker BaguioCityBenguet.jpg
Kampo ng mga Guro (Teachers' Camp) Building Group of Houses Used as a vacation site for teachers. Baguio City Filipino 1988
Mansion House Building House Mansion House Site, Baguio City 1951
Mansion House [38] Baguio City Filipino, English 2008
Philippine Commission's First Session in Baguio Site Site Site where Baguio was officially declared as the Summer Capital of the Philippines. Baguio City English 1940 Philippine Commission session site in Baguio historical marker 01.jpg
Signing of the Japanese Capitulation Document Where the document was signed for the surrender of the Japanese Imperial Forces in the Philippines. Camp John Hay site, Baguio City English 1946
United Church of Christ in the Philippines (UCCP Baguio) Building/Structures House of Worship Baguio City Filipino 2012
United States Embassy Residence Baguio Building/Structures Building Baguio City English 2005

Ifugao[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Ifugao Rice Terraces Site Site The highest, best built, and most extensive stone-walled terraces. Banaue English 1940
Surrender of General Yamashita Site Site Where General Tomoyuki Yamashita surrendered to the US 6th Army September 2, 1945. Kaingan English September 2, 1995

Kalinga[edit]

Mountain Province[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Bantayog sa Kiangan Lalawigang Bulubundukin Kiangan Monument Mountain Province Structure Monument Kiangan 1973
Mga Labanan sa Lias The Battles of Lias Site of the battles which fought against both the Spanish and the Japanese Lias, Barlig Filipino September 3, 1985

ARMM – Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao[edit]

Basilan[edit]

Lanao del Sur[edit]

Maguindanao[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Camp Brigadier General Salipada K. Pendatun Site Group of Buildings Camp Parang January 29, 1991

Sulu[edit]

Tawi-Tawi[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Sheik Makdum Mosque Building House of Worship First mosque in the country. Tubing Indangan November 7, 1980

Overseas[edit]

Marker title English Translation Category Type Description Location Language Date Issued Image
Apolinario Mabini
(1854 - 1903)
Structure Banished to Guam from 1901 with other Filipino political prisoners who are against the American rule. Asan Point, Guam English 1964
Embassy of the Philippines
Tokyo
Building/Structure Foreign Embassy Building purchased by Jose P. Laurel for the Philippines. Tōkyō, Japan English

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.mymalabon.net/2010/10/gregorio-sanciangco-prominent-son-of.html Gregorio Sanciangco, prominent son of Malabon
  2. ^ http://renz15.wordpress.com/2012/08/29/jose-b-laurel-100th-birth-anniversary-stamp-issue/ Jose B. Laurel 100th birth anniversary stamp issue
  3. ^ http://senorenrique.blogspot.com/2008_10_01_archive.html
  4. ^ http://www.ivanlakwatsero.com/2011/01/walk-tour-in-manila-part-1.html A Walk Tour in Manila | Churches Part 1
  5. ^ https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1420001758264085.1073741838.1401552000109061&type=1 111th Death Anniversary of Apolinario Mabini (05/13/2014)
  6. ^ http://www.interaksyon.com/lifestyle/historical-marker-gives-aristocrat-restaurant-its-rightful-place-in-social-history Historical marker gives Aristocrat Restaurant its rightful place in social history
  7. ^ http://www.hmdb.org/marker.asp?marker=25095 Associacion Feminista Filipina Philippine Feminist Association
  8. ^ http://urbanroamer.wordpress.com/2012/01/21/rizal-park-part-7-quirino-grandstand/ Rizal Park, Part 7: celebrations and grandstandings at the Quirino Grandstand
  9. ^ http://nhcp.gov.ph/index.php?option=content&task=view&id=847
  10. ^ http://depedmanila.blogspot.com/2012/10/pedro-guevara-elementary-school-opens.html Pedro Guevara Elementary School Opens Alcaiceria de San Fernando Exhibit
  11. ^ http://books.google.com.ph/books?id=xL7ueBbefVAC&pg=PA29&lpg=PA29&dq=sto+tomas+concentration+camp+marker&source=bl&ots=fyfMAPTXel&sig=XnJhjnKorrPoU8uoGanrtdz6T44&hl=en&sa=X&ei=-3nKUrORCofQiAfUroCoDA&ved=0CC8Q6AEwAQ#v=onepage&q=sto%20tomas%20concentration%20camp%20marker&f=false Roll Out the Barrel. . .the Tanks are Coming: The Liberation of the Santo Tomas Internment Camp
  12. ^ http://pinoychurches.wordpress.com/2013/03/28/olpenafranciapaco/p1120263 Our Lady of Peñafrancia Church/ Simbahan ng Birhen ng Peñafrancia (Paco, Manila)/
  13. ^ https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=852867344730053&set=oa.710267932365072&type=3&theater
  14. ^ https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10203648243915023&set=pcb.645651018847225&type=1
  15. ^ http://nhcp.gov.ph/index.php?option=content&task=view&id=843
  16. ^ de la Torre, Visitacion (2006). The Ilocos Heritage. Tower Book House. ISBN 978-971-91030-9-7. , p.237
  17. ^ http://www.vigancity.gov.ph/news.asp?nid=54
  18. ^ http://sanjosenyonggala.blogspot.com/2013/08/santa-town-with-long-name.html Santa : The Town with a Long Name
  19. ^ http://harrybalais.com/travels/bataan-death-march-a-journey-through-pictures/ BATAAN DEATH MARCH: A JOURNEY THROUGH PICTURES
  20. ^ http://www.gov.ph/2013/04/27/national-historical-commission-to-unveil-hist-marker-dedicated-to-aurora-quezon/
  21. ^ http://shootingthebreezebywanderlust.blogspot.com/2013/06/rancho-caridad-historical-marker.html Rancho Caridad Historical Marker Program, June 15, 2013
  22. ^ http://www.headlinegl.com/battle-of-macabebe-marker-unveiled/ ‘Battle of Macabebe’ marker unveiled
  23. ^ http://gradendcruz.blogspot.com/2013/06/the-bataan-death-march-trail.html The Bataan Death March Trail
  24. ^ http://subicbaynews.net/?p=7209 Subic Bay Historical Marker
  25. ^ http://nhcp.gov.ph/unveiling-of-clemencia-castelo-lopez-historical-marker-feb-8-2013/ UNVEILING OF CLEMENCIA CASTELO LOPEZ HISTORICAL MARKER – FEB. 8 , 2013
  26. ^ https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=852868354729952&set=oa.710267932365072&type=3&permPage=1
  27. ^ http://mikejackson1948.wordpress.com/2013/05/17/where-good-science-matters-and-its-all-relevant/ Where good science matters . . . and it’s all relevant
  28. ^ http://nhcp.gov.ph/unveiling-of-gen-juan-cailles-monument-and-historical-marker-mar-9-2013/ UNVEILING OF GEN. JUAN CAILLES MONUMENT AND HISTORICAL MARKER – MAR. 9, 2013
  29. ^ http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/pb/153845/ Mauban Photos
  30. ^ http://nhcp.gov.ph/files/Bongabong%20Church%20Ruins.pdf
  31. ^ http://www.puertoprincesa.ph/basicpage/city-paradise A CITY PARADISE
  32. ^ http://harrybalais.com/travels/col-quintin-salas-the-last-ilonggo-standing/ Col. Quintin Salas: The Last Ilonggo Standing
  33. ^ https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.410522819051510.1073741851.139610596142735&type=1 Unveiling of Andres Bonifacio monument in Cebu City
  34. ^ http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1457434&page=133
  35. ^ https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.497810823574433.112470.381686258520224&type=1 LABANAN SA BORONGAN MARKER
  36. ^ http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-AYt_lrIIJpo/UZHsKjo9xSI/AAAAAAAAAks/J40cdNb9MiQ/s1600/IMG_8594.jpg
  37. ^ https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.410524515718007.1073741852.139610596142735&type=1 Andres Bonifacio monument in Mindanao
  38. ^ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ypoFCnsfRfU Unveiling of Mansion House Historical Markers

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