Laguna: Nagcarlan, Laguna Underground Cemetery

by - February 06, 2018







The Nagcarlan Underground Cemetery is already considered as a national historical landmark here in the Philippines. 
Nagcarlan, Laguna Underground Cemetery
Very Peaceful view



It's underground crypt was used as a secret meeting place in 1896 by Filipino revolutionaries which are most commonly known before as the Katipuneros. 
Nagcarlan, Laguna Underground Cemetery

Filipino patriots also used the underground cemetery to formulate their battle plans and to seek shelter during the Filipino-American War. During World War II, it also became a safe house for Filipino Guerillas.
Nagcarlan, Laguna Underground Cemetery

The last burial was in 1981 based on the person that we talked to. 

This is one of the side trips normally since it is along the main road, might as well drop by to see.

Nagcarlan, Laguna Underground Cemetery
From View of the Nagcarlan, Laguna Underground Cemetery



Note for Travellers:
  • There are no entrance fees to be paid. 
  • The Nagcarlan Underground Cemetery is open every Tuesdays to Sundays, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. 
  • Sign before entering,
  • There is a sign before you go downstairs that "there is no picture taking allowed", please follow it.
Nagcarlan, Laguna Underground Cemetery

Nagcarlan, Laguna Underground Cemetery

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