On a bustling intersection of Caloocan stands the most famous monument of Andres Bonifacio, founder of the Katipunan and a seminal figure in the country’s fight for independence. The 200-year-old San Roque Cathedral has seen bloody battles and wounded soldiers during the Filipino-American war. Who would’ve guessed that a quiet city on the northern end of Metro Manila would hold so much history?

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