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 The town of Pila successfully preserved its Spanish colonial heritage, the town center is a living example of Spanish colonial town planning and development; its church-plaza-municipal hall complex forms the heart of the Noble de Pila. The structures of Pila reflect a rich and varied architectural history, which remains relatively intact in its town center, from the Philippines-Baroque church of the Spanish period to the charming chalets of the American period. The town of Pila is a living monument and testimony to the residents of Pila who were the builders, craftsmen, artist and artisans of such elegant, historic structures. The Pila Museum situated near the church houses the collections of important artifacts from Pila dating to Spanish time. Displayed also are clay pots which were discovered in an excavations made at Pinagbayanan in 1967.

Provincial Government of Laguna