Cavite | Emilio Aguinaldo Shrine
|This is where the first Philippine flag was raised by the first President of the Philippines.|
I got to see the original car used by the first President, his wallets, his bowling lanes, and some other stuff of the first government.
|The bowling lanes|
|Office of the first President|
|His authentic leather wallets|
|The presidents car plate|
General Emilio Aguinaldo's body was laid rest at the back of this shrine. Which is very visible the moment you exit using the backdoor of the house.
It is sad to know the fact that not all Filipinos are visiting our places that has a big historical significance in our country. It's sad that it is the foreigners who are able to visit them first. Most probably because of financial constraints. But Im seriously hoping that Filipinos would start to seriously consider relearning the history of the Philippines.
|Pres. Emilio Aguinaldo's resting place. Found at the back of the Historical House.|
My friends from Seychelles, enjoyed the tour, as well as the Malaysian brothers and sisters who were in the other bus.
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