The Shattering of the Bell Tower in San Diego Alcala Church
This bell tower was a historical piece from the Spanish era. During the times when Valenzuela had been newly converted into a barrangay, the cabeza then would work with the priest who managed the parish of San Diego Alcala in an effort to establish it as an independent town. However, during the World War II - the liberation of Valenzuela underwent razing and destruction by both American and Filipino forces. The belfry of the San Diego Alcala church was not spared. Under the assumption that there were Japanese forces hiding inside the tower, the tower was razed and destroyed. However, over the years, the belfry had been restored to its former glory as a reminder of the culturally rich era of the past.