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JOSE RIZAL @ 150 HERITAGE SITES

 

NATIONAL PARKS DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE (NPDC)

 

 

RIZAL PARK

Also known as Bagumbayan or Luneta, this was the place of execution of Rizal on December 30, 1896


How to get there:
Manila

(located along Roxas Blvd, Burgos, Kalaw and Taft Avenues)

If taking public transportation:


Via LRT: A few meters away from the UN Station
 

Via  Jeepneys: Jeepneys plying Baclaran- Quiapo or Baclaran-Divisoria pass by Rizal Park


Stamp Area:
NPDC Cultural Office
near the Rizal Fountain
T.M. Kalaw St., Manila
 

Stamp Responsible Person/Entity:
Mr. Freddie Edos

 

 

RIZAL MONUMENT 

A National Monument, it houses the remains of Rizal. It was designed by Richard Kissling of Switzerland. It was inaugurated on December 30, 1913.


How to get there:
Rizal Park (nearer to Roxas Boulevard)

If taking public transportation:

Via LRT: A few meters away from the UN Station

Via  Jeepneys: Jeepneys plying Baclaran- Quiapo or Baclaran-Divisoria pass by Rizal Park

 
Stamp Area:
NPDC Cultural Office
near the Rizal Fountain
T.M. Kalaw St., Manila


Stamp Responsible Person/Entity:
Mr. Freddie Edos

 

 

RIZAL EXECUTION SITE
Exact location where Dr. Rizal was executed in Bagumbayan. A Rizal Light and Sound Show is now located at the site.


How to get there:
Rizal Park (nearer to Roxas Boulevard)

If taking public transportation:

Via LRT: A few meters away from the UN Station

Via  Jeepneys: Jeepneys plying Baclaran- Quiapo or Baclaran-Divisoria pass by Rizal Park


Stamp Area:
NPDC Cultural Office
near the Rizal Fountain
T.M. Kalaw St., Manila
Monday/Tuesday closed


Stamp Responsible Person/Entity:
Mr. Freddie Edos

 

 

 

PACO PARK 
Rizal's remains were secretly interred in the Paco Cemetery. They were guarded for fifteen days by the Guardia Civil Veterana. His remains were exhumed on August 17, 1898, placed in an urn and deposited in the Rizal Residence in Estraude Street.

 

How to get there:
Paco, Manila

(located at San Marcelino and Gen. Luna Sts., Paco, Manila)

Via LRT: A few meters away from the UN Station

Via  Jeepneys: Jeepneys plying Baclaran- Quiapo or Baclaran-Divisoria pass by Padre Faura. Walk about 500 meters to Paco Park. 

 

Stamp Area:
Paco Park Office, Paco Manila
7AM-7PM
Monday/Tuesday closed

 

Stamp Responsible Person/Entity:
Peter Emlano
Acting Paco Park
Manager

 

 

RIZAL FOUNTAIN
The fountain where Rizal used to drink in Wilhemsfeld Village, Heidelberg (now Noli Village), where he wrote the final chapter of his novel, Noli Me Tangere. The Fountain was a gift by the people of Germany on December 30, 1964.

 

How to get there:
Manila

Rizal Park (nearer to Roxas Boulevard)

If taking public transportation:

Via LRT: A few meters away from the UN Station

Via  Jeepneys: Jeepneys plying Baclaran- Quiapo or Baclaran-Divisoria pass by Rizal Park

 

Stamp Area:
NPDC Cultural Office
near the Rizal Fountain
T.M. Kalaw St., Manila
 

Stamp Responsible Person/Entity:
Mr. Freddie Edos
 

 

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