Heritage Sites

Bonifacio's Cavite Connection


Renzelle Ann Palma
Renzelle Ann Palma | Jun 26, 2013

Here are the seven key sites witness to Bonifacio’s heroism:

What is Byaheng Bonifacio? Read here.

IMUS PLAZA ( Tirona St. Poblacion, Imus)

On December 29, 1896, the councils of Magdiwang (Bonifacio’s) and Magdalo (Aguinaldo’s) met at the friar estate house in Imus to discuss the framing of the constitutions and the possibilities of merging the two councils.

TRIBUNAL ( Gen Antonio St. Poblacion, Noveleta)

Bonifacio and his colleagues established a provincial council of the Katipunan known as Magdiwang.

TEJEROS CONVENTION (Gen. Trias Drive, Brgy. Tejeros, Rosario)

The Tejeros Assembly was convened on March 22, 1897 which established a central revolutionary government with Emilio Aguinaldo as President and Bonifacio as Director of Interior. Unexpected events arising in the convention cost Bonifacio to Bolt its action.

PINAGBARILAN (Brgy. Limbon, Indang)

Here, the Supremo was shot with a revolver by Agapito Bonzon and was stabbed on the right side of the neck by Ignacio Pawa.

CASA HACIENDA DE NAIC (Brgy. C. Nazareno, Poblacion, Naic)

Bonifacio stayed in this building after the Tejeros Convention and held the “Naic Military Agreement. Here, Andres and his brother Procopio were imprisoned after their capture in Indang.

TRIAL HOUSE (Col.Riel St. Maragondon)

On May 4, 1897, the Bonifacio brothers’ trial was set here.

EXECUTION SITE (Brgy. Pinagsanhan, Maragondon)

On May 10,1897, Andres and Procopio were executed by Col. Lazaro Makapagal and his troops.

To start your journey, Byaheng Bonifacio, Byaheng Bayani brochures can be claimed at the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (TM Kalaw Avenue, Rizal Park, Ermita, Manila)

and the Department of Tourism office

Rm. 207 DOT Bldg., T.M. Kalaw St., Ermita, 1000 Manila Tel No.: (632) 524 2345 / 525 6114 Fax (632) 524 8321 / 521 1088

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Source: Byaheng Bonifacio, Byaheng Bayani booklet

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