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Inventory of Cultural Property

2018 INVENTORY OF CULTURAL PROPERTY 

MAN-MADE (HISTORICAL)

NAME OF PROPERTY HISTORY LOCATION
ONISHI PEACE SHRINE Onishi Peace Shrine is a legacy of the Japanese regime left behind after World War II.  The Shrine serves as a memorial to the Japanese and American Soldiers who have fallen during the WWII.  The tunnel, on the other hand, was once the headquarters of Vice Admiral Takijiro Onishi, thr originator of the Kamikaze (divine wind) or the suicide air attacks. Sitio Sampaloc, Brgy. San Nicolas
BUROG CAVE BUROG is a Pampango word meaning “holes”.  Stories were told how the invading Japanese forces used these tunnels and caves in the Burog Mountain Ranges to protect themselves from surrounding enemy fire; hence, the work “PEMURUG” or “Fire upon and create an array of holes Sitio Burog, Brgy. Sto. Nino
LUCOT CAVE Different sets of stories have been circulating about the existence of these strange-looking holes, just below the edge of a hill in Sitio Mataba.  Aeta tribesmen believe they were man-made during the WWII era for the Japanese to take refuge in.  Some older settlers claim them to be naturally done with the help of diverted river water to its entrances.  Man-made or not, the Lucot Caves provide for a jaw-dropping backdrop along the Lucot River, where one can jump into a pool of cold, refreshing water. Sitio Mataba, Brgy. Sto. Nino
PARUA RIVER DEFENSE LINE November 11, 1899, forces led by Gen. F. Makabulos & Gen. S. Aquino fought against American Forces Brgy. Lourdes
PRES. E. AGUINALDO’s REVOLUTIONARY GOV’T Bamban as temporary headquarters of Gen. Aguinaldo (June 6, 1899) In front of Municipal Library
THE BATTLE OF BAMBAN CONCEPCION ROAD (MARKER)
LIBERATION OF BAMBAN (MARKER) Japanese Occupation Period Poblacion
BAMBAN AIRFIELD PEACE MEMORIAL SHRINE Virgen delos Remedios
JAPANESE BUNKERS RESTORATION (Marker) Served as underground shelter (1941-1945) Virgen delos Remedios
(Mr. Arellano’s Farm)
21st DIVISION  PHILIPPINE ARMY (PA) MARKER Brgy. Lourdes (near steel bridge)
WW II PEACE MEMORIAL SHRINE Brgy. Lourdes in front of Elementary School
NORTH LUZON FORCE (Delay Pt.#5) Marker Brgy. Lourdes in front of Elementary School
ADMIRAL OHNISHI TUNNEL (Marker) Served as residence of Adm. Ohnishi, founder of Kamikaze (1944-45) Rolling Hills, San Nicolas
BATTLE OF BAMBAN HILLS MARKER Served as First Line of Defense (JAP) Grotto Hills, Brgy. Lourdes
TAKAYAMA DETACHMENT MONUMENT & MARKER (1944-1945)  Hoshino Defense Battalion  Okamote Defense Battalion Sitio Panaisan, Brgy. San Nicolas
THRALL HILL (Marker) In memory of Norman Thrall US Army who died here Sitio Panaisan, Bry. San Nicolas
STOUT HILL 500 TUNNEL (Marker) Used by Japanese defenders as headquarters under Gen. Iwanaka and Tominaga Brgy. Lourdes
STOUT HILL MARKER In memory of Major Stout, US Army Brgy. Lourdes
LAPE-LIGAYA HILL (Marker) Sitio Bilo, Lourdes
CENTRAL AZUCARERA de BAMBAN (Markers at Mansion House, Club House  and main ruins) Served as residence of Spanish and Japanese Officials Brgy. Lourdes
JAPANESE  KEBU GROUP MEMORIAL SHRINE Last stand position at Sacobia Area Sacobia
ADM. SIGUMUTO SUICIDE MONUMENT Death Site Sitio Mataba
JAPANESE NAVAL DEFENSE GROUP MEMORIAL SHRINE Sitio Burog
JAPANESE OKAMOTO BATTALION MEMORIAL MONUMENT Lape, Lourdes

  RESIDENCES  (MAN MADE)

BUILT CURRENT OWNER LOCATION
DON DOMICIANO TIZON 1930 MR. AUGUSTO TIZON Brgy. San Nicolas
DONA LUISA BUENAVENTURA TIZON MRS. CONCEPCION TIZON
MRS. ERLINDA MARUTONO
BALLESTEROS- SIBAL RESIDENCE 1-May-01 MRS. BINIA CANLAS-HERNANDEZ Brgy. San Roque
MR. FELIXBERTO HERNANDEZ
BUQUIRIN-SORIANO RESIDENCE 1952 DR. JEFFREY BUQUIRIN Brgy. San Roque