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Brief Historical Background

During the pre-historic era, the Bukidnons, also called Montesses or mountain people, settled in the area of what is now called the Province of Bukidnon. These people have remained traditional till 1860 preserving most of their customs and tradition. Furthermore, these people had not been significantly influenced by the Spanish colonizers because of their isolation. The rugged mountain ranges and high plateaus serve as home to these people presented an overwhelming obstacle to these colonizers.

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Artesian Well

Water is one of the basic needs of a community, thus in the early 1930s residents of Barrio Tankulan used an artesian well for water source. The well was constructed through the

Japanese Stone Marker

Manolo Fortich is a home of several historical artifacts, one of these is the Japanese Stone Marker which indicates the graves of high-ranking Japanese Officials

Mangima Old Bridge

Remnants of the guerrilla activities in Bukidnon during World War II, the Mangima Old Bridge attests the bravery and patriotism of the locals in Manolo Fortich. The bridge which

Mangima Heroes Shrine

Located within the Mangima Canyon Springs and Country Park, the Mangima Heroes Shrine stands as the historic symbol of valor and nationalism for the heroic acts