Rosario, Cavite | Photo by Jay Ermitano

Rosario only covers a land area of 5.67 square kilometers, making it the second smallest town in Cavite, but it was once home to more than 1,000 hectares of sprawling hacienda owned by the Augustinian Recollects. In the 17th century, Casa Hacienda de Tejeros was built, which became part of history as the site of the Tejeros Convention in 1897. The convention established a central revolutionary government headed by Emilio Aguinaldo, but it also led to a fractious disagreement with Andres Bonifacio that ended with the latter’s execution.

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