- Cabanatuan - Wikipedia
Cabanatuan was founded as a Barrio of Gapan in 1750 and became a Municipality and capital of La Provincia de Nueva Ecija in 1780 Cabanatuan is the site of the historical "Plaza Lucero" and the Cabanatuan Cathedral, where General Antonio Luna was assassinated by Captain Pedro Janolino and members of the kawit battalion Cabanatuan lost the title of provincial capital in 1850 when the capital
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Genesis Transport Terminalin Cubao offers a bus directly to Baler There are 2 type of buses, the Joy Bus and their regular aircon bus Vans in Cabanatuan going to Baler are available 24 hours You’ll see them lined up at Cabanatuan Central Terminal Schedule: Frequent when there are a lot of
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- Exploring MINALUNGAO NATIONAL PARK, One of Nueva Ecijas . . .
Minalungao National Park, Nueva Ecija From Manila, we hopped on a bus bound for Cabanatuan City and reached Gapan, Nueva Ecija after 2 hours Since it was still very early in the morning, we had our breakfast first in one of the fast food chains at the town center
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American Prisoners of War in the Philippines Office of the Provost Marshal General Report November 19, 1945 An account of the fate of American prisoners of war from the time they were captured until they were established in fairly permanent camps