>DID YOU KNOW THAT ? The Mystery of Manila’s Octagonal Cemetery in Philippine


While researching the Filipiniana archive (Archivo General de Indios) in Sevilla, Spain, Carmen Cano came across a plan for a cemetery. Dated 1898, the plan had laid hidden in the archive for nearly 100 years. What was unique about this cemetery, what caught Carmen’s attention, was the plan’s unusual shape — an octagon. The cemetery plan also lacked the customary chapel or any reference to a nearby church.

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