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Parks & nature in Daraga

Park
“**the cagsawa ruins are the remnants of a 16th century Franciscan church, the Cagsawa Church. It was originally built in the town of cagsawa in 1587 but was burned down by dutch pirates in 1636. it was rebuilt in 1724 by Fr,Francisco Blanco, but was destroyed again.. along with the town of cagsawa in february during the eruption of the mayon volcano.. ***ATV ride available in the area ***albay/legazpi souvenirs are available also in the place e.g hand made native bags, weaved wallets, t-shirts, keychains, delicacies,piliNuts etc..”
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Cave
“Its name comes from Bicol word "hoyop" which means to blow which aptly describes the cool, soft, murmuring winds that blow through its labyrinthine passageways. Aside from its interesting stalactite and stalagmite formations, the cave is also a site where 4,000 years old potteries, human bones, beadwork and artefacts were unearthed.”
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Park
“Beautiful view of city and airport. They have a zip line there for thrills..”
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