Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral is the seat of the Archdiocese
of Tuguegarao. The church with the belfry is
the biggest Spanish built church in Cagayan Valley.
The picture of the Cathedral appears at the Basilica in Rome and
is considered to be one of the most beautiful works of art in the country
and the world today.
Basilica ofOur Lady of Piat (Our Lady of the
Visitacion) is located 33kms. from Tuguegarao City.
This almost 4-centuries old image was first enshrined
in Nueva Segovia or Lal-lo, Caga- yan. The image is famous
in the country and abroad as the Black Mary. Piat is
the pilgrimage center in the Northeast.
San Jacinto Ermita Church
is an elevated chapel whose construction dates back from 1604. It was reconstructed after World
WarII. It was used as headquarters by the American soldiers in the Filipino-American War in 1899.
The Callao Caves has 7 chambers and
boasts of a massive lime- stone formation, skylights and a chapel. It is accessible by climbing
187 cemented steps provided to reach the cave entrance.
In observance of the Proclamation
of Philippine Independence, wreath-laying ceremonies are held here in
honor of our National Hero, Dr. Jose Rizal.
A Spanish version of melting plant. The Hornos were used to manufacture the bricks used to build churches
& public edifices.
The Iguig Calvary Hills is 16 kilo- meters
from Tuguegarao City. In the eleven hectare rolling
hills are the larger-than-life size
con- crete 14 Stations of the Cross depicting Jesus Christ suffering before his death on
The Saint Paul University
was founded on May 10, 1907 by
sisters of St. Paul of Chartres, four French and one Chinese
nun. The school now boast of being the only
University of St. Paul in the 39 St. Paul Colleges in
The Buntun Bridge is
2.50 kilo- meters from Tuguegarao City proper. It is the second longest bridge in the country and offers
an unobstructed view
of the majestic Cagayan River. This
km - long bridge links Tuguegarao City to the 2nd and 3rd District Municipalities
of Cagayan Province & the Apayao Province.