Landmark in Ligid Tipas,Taguig City,District 1
Dambanang Kawayan, officially known as Saint John the Baptist Parish, is a Roman Catholic parish-church. It is a century old church with altar, wall sidings, ceiling and benches that are made of pure, native bamboo. This symbol of Filipino design and artistry stood in history as the site where over 500 men were gathered and brutalized during the tragic “sona” as of December 1, 1944 conducted by the Japanese forces. The men were later imprisoned in the dungeons of Fort Santiago in Intramuros, not to be seen again, alive or dead.
– Plaza Bonifacio
Location: Ligid-Tipas, Taguig City.
The plaza is a tribute to the hero, Gat Andres Bonifacio, founder of the Katipunan, and son of Santiago Bonifacio, a Tipas-Taguig native. It also serves to remind on the participation of the Taguigeños in the revolutionary movement. Supremo Gat Andres Bonifacio frequented Taguig with his father on occasions or to recruit members of the KKK. National Heroes day commemorative events are held here every November 30. It lies across the unique Dambanang Kawayan Church.