CATARMAN CHURCH RUINS (GUI-OB CHURCH), Camiguin Island. The devastating volcanic eruption in 1871 wiped out the Spanish settlement of Catarman that was established in 1697. The remains of an Old Spanish church, ruins of adobe walls, belfry and convent are mute witnesses to the wrath of nature. An unsightly modern white lighthouse was recently erected close to the bell tower. It also allows us a glimpse into the culture of Spanish-era Camiguin.