- Posted September 1, 2012 by
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My friends told me before that when you're able to visit Camiguin Island, you shouldn't forget to include the Sunken Cemetery in your itineraries since the Sunken Cemetery plays a significant role of the history of Camiguin.
My first impression to this marvelous huge cross which imbued the volcanic holocaust of 1871 is that I will be experiencing goosebumps, skin-haired turning on, stuff like that since it is a cemetery sunk in the sea-bed but unfortunately, I was amazed. This is not an ordinary cross installed in the sea actually, there is an entire story of history about this tourist spot. It is absolutely fascinating to experience and see the reality of this attraction. It is a real attraction, indeed!