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japmikel: “ Tres Marias: The Mountain Diwatafolk of Las Islas Maria Sinukuan The eldest of the Three Diwata sisters and protector of her domain, Mount Arayat. One of her legend tells that she had a demon suitor who desired her hand. Philippine Mythology, Philippine Art, Character Illustration, Illustration Art, Filipino Art, Philippines Culture, Illustrations, Grafik Design, Character Design Inspiration

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Tres Marias: The Mountain Diwatafolk of Las Islas Maria Sinukuan The eldest of the Three Diwata sisters and protector of her domain, Mount Arayat. One of her legend tells that she had a demon suitor...

Anagolay "Goddess of Lost Things" - The Philippines Today Filipino Words, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Filipino Tattoos, Philippine Mythology, Philippine Art, Cultura Filipina, World Mythology, Greek Mythology

Anagolay "Goddess of Lost Things" - The Philippines Today

Anagolay is known as the goddess of lost things. She is the mother of the god of the sun, Apolaki. An asteroid was named after her.

“Cariñosa is a Philippine folk dance of Hispanic origin. It is a courtship dance that portrays acts of flirtation between a man and a… Hetalia Philippines, Philippines Culture, Philippine Mythology, Philippine Art, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Character Inspiration, Character Art, Character Design

Jane Pica on Instagram: ““Cariñosa is a Philippine folk dance of Hispanic origin. It is a courtship dance that portrays acts of flirtation between a man and a…”

9,264 Likes, 53 Comments - Jane Pica (@janepicaart) on Instagram: ““Cariñosa is a Philippine folk dance of Hispanic origin. It is a courtship dance that portrays acts…”

ang mga parol by vellumed on DeviantArt Philippine Mythology, Philippine Art, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Character Art, Character Design, Philippines Culture, Parol, Asian History

ang mga parol by vellumed on DeviantArt

the parol is a star-shaped lantern from the philippines that is strongly associated with the celebration of christmas in the country. tumblr | instagram ang mga parol

Tres Marias: The Mountain Diwatafolk of Las Islas Maria Sinukuan The eldest of the Three Diwata sisters and protector of her domain, Mount Arayat. Philippine Mythology, Philippine Art, Character Illustration, Illustration Art, Filipino Art, Grafik Design, Illustrations And Posters, Character Design Inspiration, Graphic

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Tres Marias: The Mountain Diwatafolk of Las Islas Maria Sinukuan The eldest of the Three Diwata sisters and protector of her domain, Mount Arayat. One of her legend tells that she had a demon suitor...

While grandiose Swarovski embellishments, intricate beadwork and feather detailing on various dresses often leave people astounded, JC Buendia opted to take the opposite direction in designing his pieces for TernoCon it was magnificent. Philippines Outfit, Philippines Fashion, Thai Traditional Dress, Traditional Outfits, Modern Filipiniana Gown, Skirt Fashion, Fashion Dresses, Filipino Fashion, Thai Dress

JC Buendia Highlights A Less Is More Adage At TernoCon 2018

While grandiose Swarovski embellishments, intricate beadwork and feather detailing on various dresses often leave people astounded, JC Buendia opted to take the opposite direction in designing his pieces for TernoCon 2018—and it was magnificent.

Binibining Pilipinas National Costume 2019 created by all Filipino fashion designers. Source by joyannereyes dresses drawing Philippines Fashion, Philippines Culture, Modern Filipiniana Gown, Dress Dior, Debut Gowns, Filipino Fashion, Spanish Dress, Gala Dresses, Traditional Dresses

35+ Binibining Pilipinas National Costume 2019

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Timeless beauty: Twelve historic photos of charming Filipinas Philippines Dress, Philippines Fashion, Philippines Culture, Philippines Travel, Manila Philippines, Philippines People, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Kauai Hawaii

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Álbum de Filipinas Publicación: , [ca. 1870] Descripción física: 1 álbum (60 fotografías) : papel albúmina Contenido: 17 retratos y 43 vistas de Manila y alrededores Fecha/lugar de un acontecimiento: Fecha derivada del rótulo de una de las fotografías en la que aparecen unos edificios restaurados tras el terremoto de 1863 Nota tit. y men. res: En los retratos aparece un rótulo con el tit. en español y en las vistas el tit. en inglés y español en una tira pegada en el borde inferior del…