The tour will start off at the Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary Cathedral, an over-a-century-old church originally constructed in April 1894 by the Spanish friars. Its original altar was designed by Dr. Jose P. Rizal
Guest will then take a walk towards the west, to the Dipolog City Hall-Rebuilt into a concrete edifice in 1950, This hall plays an important role of the Dipolognon’s struggle for independence.
Along the way is Dipolog Pasalubong Center, where guests can buy souvenir items and pasalubong products like the famous Dipolog Spanish sardines.
Next stop is the Casa Bernedo, a century old house owned by Justo and Isabel Bernedo. Except for minor renovation done shortly after World War II, the house has retained its original structure.
The Punta Corro marker was erected in May 3, 1905 believed to protect the early settlers from the marauding pirates by creating visual illusion.
Side trip: Rizal Shrine, Dapitan City, the home of the national hero, Dr. Jose P. Rizal, during his exile in the area in 1892-1896.
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Tourism hotlines:(065) 212-2485 / 212-2495