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Fashion

Cosmetics

Cosmetic products were already in the market in Manila in the 1910's. However, it was only in the late 1920's when an ordinary Filipina could wear mak…

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Festival

Lingayen Gulf Landing

The Lingayan Gulf Landing is celebrated every January in Lingayen, Pangasinan in commemoration of the landing of Gen. MacArthur and his allied forces …

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History

Angono Petroglyphs

Philippines' oldest work of art is the Angono Petroglyphs. This heritage site dates back to circa 3000 B.C. It also offers an evocative glimpse into t…

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Fashion

Barong Tagalog

The barong tagalog or baro, a traditional Filipino male garment which is worn on formal occasions, is woven from piña (pineapple plant fibers), jusi …

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Science and Technology

Philippine Airlines' first flight

Philippine Airlines' first flight was from Manila to Baguio on March 15, 1941. The plane was a twin-engine Beech Model 18 carrying five passengers. Th…

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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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Festival

Panagbenga

Panagbenga is one of the famous Festival in the Philippines. It is celebrated in Baguio City every 4th week of February since it's the flower season i…

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Religion

Paoay Church

Built during the Spanish era, it is a classic example of the usage of cane juice in strengthening the lime mortar during the construction process and …

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Animals

Kalangay

Kalangay or the Philippine Cockatoo, one of the most endangered species; considers the Philippines its home.…

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History

The Rice Terraces of Banaue

The rice terraces of Banaue, built by the Ifugao tribe more than 3,000 years ago, were carved into the mountains at a height of 1,200 m above sea leve…

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