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HISTORICAL PLACES
 
  Kalun's Place
Located in Brgy. Malinis, this triangular shaped park is built as a tribute to the late Pedro J. Cuevas, aka Datu Kalun the founder of Lamitan. This is one of the earliest and most visible landmarks in the town of Lamitan, standing at the center of the poblacion.
  Kalun's Shrine
A few meters away from the Kalun's Park, the shrine serve as the resting place of the late Pedro J. Cuevas, aka Datu Kalun. This is also a private cemetery of the Cuevas-Pamaran Clan, decendants of the late great founder of Lamitan.
  Colunus Shrine
Located in Brgy. Colonia, 3 kms away from the town proper, this serves as a landmark of the said barangay. Inscribed at the center of the shrine are the names of the 18 families from the province of ilo-ilo, who are the original settlers of the area. This is a symbolic monument indicative of the Hiligaynon and Karay-dialects, which are still prevalent up to this day in Colonia.
  Monte Santo
A hill at Brgy. Sengal with an Approximate height of 1,251 feet. During the Holy Week, Catholic devotees flock to this place to do the way of the Cross, as 14 Stations of the Cross with a stairway of approximately 1,100 steps were constructed. At the top, were a chapel stands, one could have a panoramic view of the Lamitan poblacion, the Basilan Channel, its islets and other neighboring places.
  St. Peter's Church
A newy renovated wordship place for the Roman Catholics located in Brgy. Maganda, this church was built in honor of St. Peter the Apostle, the patron saint of Lamitan founder Pedro J.Cuevas. Lamitan town folks celebrate the feast of Saint Peter every 29th day of June right after the Lami-Lamihan Festival.
 
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