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Yamashita Treasure?

The Catholic Chapel in Barangay Balacson, Kawayan. There is no Yamashita treasure buried here. In the 1970s, some treasure hunters took away secondary burial jars and their precious contents, including Chinese ceramics, from Tingkasan Cave in the 1970s and sorted what they had found in Balacson. They left behind broken jars and pottery items believed to have no value. Because these waste items originally belonged to the dead, the local residents buried them inside the church compound. Photo by Jalmz

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