Three Crosses of Paete

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The Three Crosses of Paete

The Tatlong Krus (English: Three Crosses) are three crosses on the peak of mount Humarap, part of the mountain of Sierra Madre located in Paete, in the province of Laguna, along the northeastern coast of Luzon island in the Philippines. [1] [2] The Three Crosses started out with three wooden crosses and now are made of concrete.

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  1. "Tatlong Krus and Matabungka Falls". Pinoy Mountaineer.
  2. "Paete's Mt. Humarap / Tatlong Krus". To and Fro / Paroon at Parito.

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