Nuestra Señora de la Asuncion Church (Roman Catholic)

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When Maragondon became a parish in the year 1627, Nuestra Señora de la Asuncion became the patroness of the town hence this church. Recently declared by the National Commission for Culture and Arts (NCCA) as one of the twenty six (26) churches identified as National Cultural Treasures for their cultural significance and distinctive architecture. It is also identified as one of the thirty two (32) oldest churches by the National Museum as Historical and Cultural Site. It is one of its kind in the province of Cavite.

Iglesia Filipina Independiente

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    As a result of a rift between the influential families of Maragondon and the Archbishop of Manila during the Spanish occupation, the establishment of a Filipino led religious group came to fruition, the IFI or popularly known to as the Aglipayan church-claims one of the oldest beginnings in Maragondon. A new church structure was established a few years ago on the same spot were the original once stood. Location: Poblacion 2A, Maragondon, Cavite.

 

Gat Andres Bonifacio Trial House

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Bonifacio Trial House is where the Bonifacio brothers were judged with the felony treason. The trial house was declared as a National Heritage Site during the time of former President Joseph Ejercito Estrada. This Trial House is under the care and management of the National Historical Institute.

Gat Andres Bonifacio Memorial Shrine

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    This Shrine is dedicated to Gat Andres Bonifacio in the foot of Mt. Nagpatong where the Bonifacio brothers were executed. It was restored by the National Historical Institute. Now this place is highly recommended for site seeing, picnics, camping and other occasions.

Bucal Ambush Site

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     During World War II, Maragondon youths were among those called the colors. They fought in Bataan and Corregidor among other places. The survivors, upon return, helped organize and joined an underground force, Maragondon own liberators, the Guerillas, continue their resistance against the Japanese invaders. The unit joined the returning American forces in liberating Cavite, Quezon, and Batangas provinces.

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