Angono-Binangonan Petroglyphs


The Angono Petroglyphs (formally called Angono-Binangonan Petroglyphs) is a significant archaeological site found in Rizal. It is the oldest evidence of artwork in the Philippines. A series of cave drawings discovered in 1965, they are believed to have existed since the late Neolithic period (about 12,000 years ago). The cave drawing was discovered by National Artist, Carlos "Botong" Francisco and reported it to the National Museum in 1965 then officially recognized as the Philippines' oldest known artwork. If you plan to visit the site this weekend, admission is free.

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