Category Archives: CULTURE

Santa Clara Festival in commemoration of the Sta. Clara Devotional Dance

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Tigaon, is a 3rd class municipality in the province of Camarines Sur, Philippines. Celebrations for all the Tigaoneños fiestas, in commemoration of the Sta. Clara Devotional Dance, the observance of

Naliyagan Festival Tribute to Indigenous and Local Tribes

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The Naliyagan Festival, unlike the usual Catholic-themed Filipino fiesta, does not celebrate a patron saint nor revolve around a parish church. It is a commemoration of the founding anniversary of

Pintados Festival and Kasadyaan Festival in Tacloban City based on the body-painting traditions

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The merged celebration of the Pintados Festival and Kasadyaan Festival in Tacloban City based on the body-painting traditions of the ancient tattooed “pintados” warriors. Dancers paint their bodies in patterns

Biniray Festival Celebrates the Bounty of the Sea and Indigenous Culture in Bulalacao

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The Biniray Festival in Bulalacao, Or. Mindoro, is probably the most colourful festival in Mindoro Island. The two-day Biniray Festival celebrates the bounty of the sea, rivers & land, and

Ibalong Festival who was accompanied by three legendary heroes, namely Baltog, Handyong, and Bantong

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The Ibalong Festival is a non-religious festival in Legazpi City, Albay, Philippines based on the Ibalong Epic, and is held on August. The festival celebrates the epic story Ibalong who

Lubi-lubi Festival oldest town in Southern and Central Mindanao the Coco Queen of the South

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Glan boasts of pristine shorelines dotted with strips of powdery white-sand beach resorts facing the Celebes Sea which, hands down, is among the Philippines’ best beaches. Among the earliest Christian

Is abaca the future fibers? Abacá binomial name Musa textilis, is a species of banana native to the Philippines

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Is abaca the future fibers? Abacá binomial name Musa textilis, is a species of banana native to the Philippines, the plant, also known as Manila hemp, has great economic importance, being harvested for its fiber, extracted from

Boxer Codex, sometimes known as the Manila Manuscript, Is Philippines the land of Ophir?

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Is Philippines the land of Ophir? The Boxer Codex, sometimes known as the Manila Manuscript, is a manuscript written c. 1590, which contains illustrations of ethnic groups in the Philippines at the time of their

Mount Hibok-Hibok also known as Catarman Volcano means that which heaves

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Volcanologists classify Hibok-Hibok or Catarman Volcano as a stratovolcano and dome complex with an elevation of 1,332 metres and a base diameter of 10 kilometres. It has six hot springs

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