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THE PHILIPPINES

Philippine Mythology

Lumawig

It is the pre-Christian belief of the Bontoc that Lumawig is the supreme deity. They believed that Lumawig saved the culture of the Bontoc Igorot and …

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Filipino Products

Barrel Man

People in Baguio make the "barrel man", a wooden doll, typically sold as a souvenir. When you lift the round barrel worn by the man you will see him i…

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Geography

Bislig CIty

Bisilig is a component city of Surigao del Sur, located on the Southeastern coast of Mindanao facing the Pacific Ocean. One of its major tourist attra…

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Festival

Abrenian Festival

Arya, Abra! celebrates the founding of the province with a variety of events, including raft and horse races from March 7-10.…

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Food

Farmer's Market Foodome

The largest restaurant in the Philippines is in Quezon City and it is called "Farmer's Market Foodome".…

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Philippine Mythology

Patron Deity of Homosexuality

Bulan, the moon deity, fell in love with the god of death, Sibulan. After the god of death rescued Bulan from the mon eating dragon, they lived togeth…

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History

Largest Bell in Asia

.The largest bell in Asia which diameter and height is 7ft, hangs at the belfry of the 221 year old Panay Church in Capiz. Its tolling can be heard as…

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Shopping Malls

3 out of 10 Largest shopping malls

Of the top 10 largest shopping malls in the world, three are found in the Philippines: SM Megamall, SM North Edsa, and SM Mall of Asia.…

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History

FLAMING SWORD

.A symbol of the Filipino courage and gallantry in the face of external threats to the nation's democracy and peace.…

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Philippine Biodiversity

St. Paul Underground River

St. Paul underground river in Palawan is said to be the world's longest underground river. The navigable part of the river inside the cave of the 4000…

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