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Cotabato (officially known as Cotabato City) is located in the northwestern part of the province of Maguindanao, Philippines. The city is known as one of the friendliest and safest places for travelers. There are several attractions and landmarks here which should be added in every visitor’s itinerary. Located within the heart of the city is the Kutang Bato Cave, used by the soldiers during the World War II. The Grand Mosque with its white walls, yellow domes, and minarets is one of the several landmarks within the city. Do not miss to visit the oldest Christian church here, Tamontaka Church. It was constructed around 1872 by Spanish friars. The underground passage heading to a catacomb is the most fascinating feature of the Church. One should also take out some time to visit the Takumi Butai Memorial Shrine (built in honor of Japan’s Provincial Commander Takumi Butai and Japanese soldiers who died in the city during Second World War) and the PC Hill (a 90-feet stone fort).