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Dr. Jose Rizal's annotations to Morga's 1609 Philippine History

ul { padding-left:15px; }​ TO the Filipinos: In Noli Me Tangere I started to sketch the present state of our native land. But the effect which my effort produced made me realize that, before attempting to unroll before your eyes the other pictures which were to follow, it was necessary first to post you on the past. So only can you fairly judge the present and estimate how much progress has been made during the three centuries (of Spanish rule).

Philippine flag: History,Symbols,Origin and Law

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History of the Philippine Flag | Presidential Museum and Library

The History of the Philippine Flag Revolutionary beginnings On May 28, 1898, days after the return of General Emilio Aguinaldo from exile in Hong Kong, Filipino troops were once again engaged in a battle against Spanish forces in Alapan, Cavite. It was in this skirmish that the Philippine flag was first unfurled as the revolutionary continue reading : History of the Philippine Flag

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“"Ayokong mag Barong!Barong barong ka araw araw tapos the country is in shambles." 16th President of the Philippines)”

70 Amazing Trivia and Facts About the Philippines (Part III)

In this third installment of the ultimate trivia list, we'll look back at some of the lesser-known and fascinating trivia about Philippine history.

All About the Philippines (Hardcover with Jacket)

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Pinay Pride and Summer Rainshowers.

Hello everyone! It's summer which means (hopefully) the return of consistent blogging. But per our disclaimer at the beginning of this...

Independence Day facts you're probably not aware of

June 12, as you all know, is Independence Day — the day President Emilio Aguinaldo declared Philippine freedom from all foreign rulers 117 years ago. But did you know that the country actually celebrates not just one, but three anniversaries on June 12?

Culture & Tradition

Facts about Philippines

MakingFriends Facts about Philippines Printable Thinking Day fact card for our passports. Perfect if you chose Philippines for your Girl Scout Thinking Day or International Night celebration.

10 Reasons Why Life Was Better In Pre-Colonial Philippines

Pre-colonial Philippines was actually the closest thing we ever had to a Golden Age, a sentiment shared by our hero Jose Rizal. Here are ten reasons why.

Modern Baybayin Philippines

Modern Baybayin Philippines -Standard set 28 Characters (Since 2011,2012,2012) Complete set -for Modern usage -Documents ,Names ,Diaries and others.

Pamahiing Pinoy

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Interior of a Philippine Home (House of Pedro Paterno in Quiapo?)

Archival photo from the early 20th century.

Philippine Street Food #infographic

From exotic savory treats to sweet desserts, the busy streets of the Philippines offers a wide variety of gastronomic delights to satisfy your cravings.

All Traditional Filipino Games(Compilation) -       Larong Pinoy

These are games commonly played by children, usually using native materials or instruments. In the Philippines, due to limited resources of toys of Filipino children, they usually come...

Scene – Page 2 – Pinoy Special

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Dalagang Filipina by CesarBuenaventura

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Sungka (Filipino traditional board game)

When I was young, me and my brother used to play this a lot at my grandmother's house. We used pebbles instead of shells back then. I missed those days when everything is just simple and fun. Nowadays, me and my brother got to see each other once or twice a year due to work and commitments. Childhood.. it's a blissful time indeed!

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Photo of people helping each other in a typhoon leads to a gallery of "bayanihan" images

I was watching some youtube videos and came across a picture from the Philippines showing some kids hoisting another kid out of a tricyle trapped in typhoon flooding. I had never seen this pa…

Pala-isip

A blog about the Philippines and Filipino life, nostalgia, basketball, politics and everything in between

Panguingue

«Panguingue» by José Taviel de Andrade (1895). Oil on canvas. 61 cm. x 88 cm.

Scene – Pinoy Special

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A Young Nation by JorgePineda

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A small collection of Fernando Amorsolo's paintings

Fernando Amorsolo y Cueto (1892-1972), Philippines' first National Artist in Painting (1972), the so-called "Grand Old Man of Philippine Art", Amorsolo earned a degree from the Liceo de Manila Art School in 1909 and entered the University of the Philippines' (UP) School of Fine Arts. He graduated with honors from the UP in 1914 and got study grant in Madrid, Spain. He was also able to visit New York, where he encountered postwar impressionism and cubism, which would be major influences on…

The Spoliarium By Juan Luna - Famous Art - Handmade Oil Painting On Canvas — Canvas Paintings

"The Spoliarium" is perhaps the most iconic painting by a Filipino. In 1884, the Filipino painter, Juan Luna, earned the gold medal at the Exposicion de Bellas Artes in Madrid for this painting. It is a recreation of Roman circus, where dead gladiators are being dragged off the arena. They look very anti-heroic, stripped off their garments and weapons. The style and tone remind one of a dark painting by Goya. This is an image of the famous artwork. We will hand paint a beautiful…

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Ball in the Philippines by Charles WAndrews

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HARANA sa gabing madilim by mattersmost on DeviantArt

“HARANA sa gabing madilim Yow.” [link] may peysbuk akawnt! Paki like nman po. nagppatuloy ang kabobohan dun.. Gaya ng sinabi ko.. DUN SA LAMPARA SA GABI... HARANA sa gabing madilim

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86. Philippine MANILA CARNIVAL QUEENS

These Carnival Queen postcards reminds me of the elegant pageantry during the American colonial period. The Carnival beauty contest...

Dr. Jose Rizal's annotations to Morga's 1609 Philippine History

ul { padding-left:15px; }​ TO the Filipinos: In Noli Me Tangere I started to sketch the present state of our native land. But the effect which my effort produced made me realize that, before attempting to unroll before your eyes the other pictures which were to follow, it was necessary first to post you on the past. So only can you fairly judge the present and estimate how much progress has been made during the three centuries (of Spanish rule).

Philippine flag: History,Symbols,Origin and Law

A blog about life,love,faith,relationship,friendship,job search,travel,health,for your information,do it yourself and inspirational

History of the Philippine Flag | Presidential Museum and Library

The History of the Philippine Flag Revolutionary beginnings On May 28, 1898, days after the return of General Emilio Aguinaldo from exile in Hong Kong, Filipino troops were once again engaged in a battle against Spanish forces in Alapan, Cavite. It was in this skirmish that the Philippine flag was first unfurled as the revolutionary continue reading : History of the Philippine Flag

❤️ on Twitter

“"Ayokong mag Barong!Barong barong ka araw araw tapos the country is in shambles." 16th President of the Philippines)”

70 Amazing Trivia and Facts About the Philippines (Part III)

In this third installment of the ultimate trivia list, we'll look back at some of the lesser-known and fascinating trivia about Philippine history.

All About the Philippines (Hardcover with Jacket)

Premier Publisher Of Asian Inspired Books, Gifts, Craft Kits

Pinay Pride and Summer Rainshowers.

Hello everyone! It's summer which means (hopefully) the return of consistent blogging. But per our disclaimer at the beginning of this...

Independence Day facts you're probably not aware of

June 12, as you all know, is Independence Day — the day President Emilio Aguinaldo declared Philippine freedom from all foreign rulers 117 years ago. But did you know that the country actually celebrates not just one, but three anniversaries on June 12?

Facts about Philippines

MakingFriends Facts about Philippines Printable Thinking Day fact card for our passports. Perfect if you chose Philippines for your Girl Scout Thinking Day or International Night celebration.

10 Reasons Why Life Was Better In Pre-Colonial Philippines

Pre-colonial Philippines was actually the closest thing we ever had to a Golden Age, a sentiment shared by our hero Jose Rizal. Here are ten reasons why.

Modern Baybayin Philippines

Modern Baybayin Philippines -Standard set 28 Characters (Since 2011,2012,2012) Complete set -for Modern usage -Documents ,Names ,Diaries and others.

Pamahiing Pinoy

338 points • 10 comments - Pamahiing Pinoy - 9GAG has the best funny pics, gifs, videos, gaming, anime, manga, movie, tv, cosplay, sport, food, memes, cute, fail, wtf photos on the internet!

Interior of a Philippine Home (House of Pedro Paterno in Quiapo?)

Archival photo from the early 20th century.

Philippine Street Food #infographic

From exotic savory treats to sweet desserts, the busy streets of the Philippines offers a wide variety of gastronomic delights to satisfy your cravings.