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List of historical markers of the Philippines

Style of markers installed by the Philippine Historical Research and Markers Committee, the predecessor of the NHCP.
Current style of the markers installed by the NHCP.

This list of historical markers installed by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP) is an annotated list of people, places, or events in the Philippines that have been commemorated by cast-iron plaques issued by the said commission. The plaques themselves are permanent signs installed in publicly visible locations on buildings, monuments, or in special locations.

Notably, there are markers installed by the NHCP outside the Philippines commemorating Philippine-related events. This list also includes these markers.

While many Cultural Properties have historical markers installed, not all places marked with historical markers are designated into one of the particular categories of Cultural Properties.

Historical markers by region


See also

External links

  • A list of sites and structures with historical markers, as of 16 January 2012
  • A list of institutions with historical markers, as of 16 January 2012
  • National Registry of Historic Sites and Structures in the Philippines
  • Policies on the Installation of Historical Markers
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