From the collection of archival photos of the San Agustin Museum courtesy of Fr. Pedro Galende, three old photos, circa 1960’s, of the beautiful Cabatuan cemetery are featured here. Above, is the capilla or chapel sans the vegetation that now blocked the view from the entrance. This chapel has the most stylized skull and crossbone bas relief in the country.
The main cemetery entrance gate and fence with its beautiful arch and wrought iron grills. This one leads directly to the chapel while the other two gates leads to the sides.
This cemetery is just along the road, a good distance from the massive church at the town center.