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Nagcarlan's Underground Cemetery Chapel Laguna Philippines
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Inside a chapel just above the underground cemetery in Nagcarlan, Laguna, Philippines. Built in 1851, when the Philippines is still a colony of Spain, it was used as an inclusive burial for Spanish friars. The historic pact of Biak-na-Bato, the pact that started the revolutionary movement of Andres Bonifacio, was first planned by Pedro Paterno and Gen. Serino Taino during their secret meeting in this cemetery in 1897.

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