Umbrella Rocks (Agno, Pangasinan)

No Juan Is An Island

Every block of stone has a statue inside it and it is the task of the sculptor to discover it. — Michelangelo

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Pangasinan is unquestionably one of those Philippine provinces blessed with seemingly endless nature’s wonders. The western part of the province alone is dotted with stunningand pristine seascapes. From the fascinating rockscapes of Surip in Bani and Timapog in Burgos, to the picturesque Hundred Islands in Alaminos and Tondol Beach in Anda, plus the postcard-worthy beauty of Tambobong Beach and Colibra Island in Dasol and Patar Beach and the waterfalls of Bolinao, Pangasinan is indeed an embodiment of awe. And, there is more!

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Another must visit is the quaint coastal town of Agno, which boasts the astonishingly carved Umbrella Rocks along Sabangan Beach. These huge rock formations are named such because they look like oversize umbrellas from which one can seek shade when the sun is up. Appearing to…

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