The Acacia Trees at Batangas Eastern Academy

These acacia trees, which are still the living icon of Batangas Eastern Academy (BEA) were classified as one of the oldest trees in the whole province of Batangas by the National Historic Commission. They used to be a part of the yard of the house owned by Celestino Javier de Villa and Mercedes de Villa Salud(Lola Dedeng), who is the founder of Batangas Eastern Academy. These trees were silent witnesses to the meetings of the Katipuneros who fought the Spaniards under General Malvar.


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