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Sibug sibug festival

Sibug-Sibug Festival in Ipil, Zamboanga Sibugay is celebrated every February 26 with colorful ethnic street dancing with rituals showing good harvest,…

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Largest Gathering of Couples

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Philippine Biodiversity

Limunsudan Falls

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Philippine Mythology

Aswang on "Supernatural"

In the episode called "Fresh Meat" of the hit TV show Supernatural, the Filipino Aswang was the subject. The aswang is a Filipinno version of a female…

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Negros Occidental has the Most Cities

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History

Battle of Zigzag Pass

In 1945, the Japanese Army made a stronghold at the Zigzag Pass, a hilly and mountainous are in the boundary of Bataan and Zambales provinces. The pla…

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Festival

Sinulog

Sinulog is a dance ritual in honor of Sto. Nino. It pertains to the strong current movement of the Cebu River which is re-enacted through dancing. It …

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Food

Tanduay Rum

Tanduay rum has been in the market since 1854 and until now it is still Filipinos' choice of alcohol. It is made from sugar cane milled in the island …

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Festival

Dinagyang

Dinagyang wich means "merry making" is a festival celebrated in honor of Sto. Nino in the province of Iloilo every 4th sunday of January. This celebra…

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Quezon City is the second biggest city in the Philippines

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