- Type: Attractions
- Localyte author: Rom Asuncion
- The Sanduguan Shrine is the commemorative site of the blood compact between Rajah Sikatuna and the Spanish Conquistador, Miguel Lopez de Legazpi, As part of a peace pact, the two leaders made a cut in their arms and mixed drops of their blood with wine then drank it. The Shrine is composed of brass statues. The scene depicts Sikatuna seated at the left side of the picture raising a cup as if in a toast. Legazpi is in the middle with three of his men beside him, including a priest. From this site, one can see a part of Panglao Island which is fast becoming famous for its white sand beaches.
- The description was provided by Rom Asuncion
- Tagbilaran City, Philippines
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