Angono Petroglyphs was declared National Cultural Treasure under the National Heritage Act of 2009 and recognized within the Cultural Properties of the Philippines, by the National Commission for Culture and the arts, National Historical Commission of the Philippines, and the National Museum of the Philippines.

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Seize the pleasure of the moment and get fascinated as you visit the oldest known work of art in the Philippines. Angono – Binangonan Petroglyphs was discovered by the late National Artist of the Philippines, Carlos “Botong” Francisco on March 1965.

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The figural carvings engraved in the rock wall was dated 30,000 B.C. or in the late Neolithic period. It has 127 human and animal interesting figures that can puzzle and over think your mind.

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You must also get ready for the breathtaking ambiance as you go inside the entrance cave until you reach the rock wall carvings and museum. You will surely found yourself relaxed and unwind by the beauty of the nature and art.

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Angono-Binangonan Petroglyphs is located at Eastridge Ave., Brgy. Bilibiran, Binangonan, Rizal.