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Filipino Rope Factory, combing the fibers of Manila Hemp, Philippines, early 20th Century

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 L to R, seated: Julian Montalan, Francisco Carreon, Macario Sakay and Leon Villafuerte; L to R, standing: Benito Natividad and Lucio de Vega. Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Filipino Culture, Filipino Art, Emilio Aguinaldo, Old Photos, Rare Photos, Vintage Photos, San Miguel

Macario Sakay was hanged September 13, 1907

On September 13, 1907, Macario Sakay, revolutionary leader and among the last of the Filipino resistance fighters to surrender to the Americans, was hanged inside the Old Bilibid Prison in Manila, together with Col. Lucio de Vega.

Gold and Silver coins recovered from the Japanese soldiers' safekeeping. Baguio City. c1945.  - simoun (image: google) History Icon, Home History, World History, World War Ii, Baguio City, Filipino Culture, Leyte, Bataan, Gold And Silver Coins

Gold and Silver coins recovered from the Japanese soldiers' safekeeping. Baguio City. c1945. - simoun (image: google)

Clemencia was born to a prominent Lopez family in Batangas. Nationalism ran in their blood and her father and brothers supported the Philippine revolution. In 1901, three of the brothers were arrested and banished to Talim island. Clemencia set sail for America to plead for her exiled brothers and ultimately, her country. Accompanied as she was by anti-Imperialist advocate Fiske Warren, her voyage was unusual and unprecedented for her generation. #pinoy #trivia #philippines #history… Retro Pi, Batangas, Filipiniana, Tagalog, The Brethren, Set Sail, Pinoy, History Facts, Trivia

Clemencia was born to a prominent Lopez family in Batangas. Nationalism ran in their blood and her father and brothers supported the Philippine revolution. In 1901, three of the brothers were arrested and banished to Talim island. Clemencia set sail for America to plead for her exiled brothers and ultimately, her country. Accompanied as she was by anti-Imperialist advocate Fiske Warren, her voyage was unusual and unprecedented for her generation. #pinoy #trivia #philippines #history…

Last Words Of: Jose Abad Santos, fifth Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines. Happy Life, My Life, Jose Rizal, Patriotic Quotes, Philippines Culture, History Quotes, Famous Last Words, My Heritage, Love Her

13 Most Famous Last Words Ever Uttered in Philippine History

You may know these famous Filipinos and historical figures, but you probably didn’t know their last words.

See 203 photos and 9 tips from 10062 visitors to Manila.Garbagae and squatters, undisciplined jeepney deivers,. Manila, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Philippine Art, Jeepney, Philippines Culture, Filipino Culture, Filipiniana, Historical Art

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See 146 photos and 9 tips from 10144 visitors to Manila. "Traffic and noise and air pollution.Garbagae and squatters, undisciplined jeepney deivers,..."

The story behind Bonny Serrano Avenue. Bonny Serrano was the most bemedalled Filipino soldier during the Korean War and was awarded the Philippine Medal of Valor, the highest military award given by the Armed Forces the Philippines (AFP). Weird Facts, Fun Facts, Philippine Art, Korean War, Pinoy, History Facts, Armed Forces, Filipino, Memorial Day

The story behind Bonny Serrano Avenue. Col. Bonny Serrano was the most bemedalled Filipino soldier during the Korean War and was awarded the Philippine Medal of Valor, the highest military award given by the Armed Forces the Philippines (AFP). #filipiknow #pinoytrivia

The story behind Bonny Serrano Avenue. Bonny Serrano was the most bemedalled Filipino soldier during the Korean War and was awarded the Philippine Medal of Valor, the highest military award given by the Armed Forces the Philippines (AFP). Weird Facts, Fun Facts, Philippine Art, Korean War, Pinoy, History Facts, Armed Forces, Filipino, Memorial Day

The story behind Bonny Serrano Avenue. Col. Bonny Serrano was the most bemedalled Filipino soldier during the Korean War and was awarded the Philippine Medal of Valor, the highest military award given by the Armed Forces the Philippines (AFP). #filipiknow #pinoytrivia

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70 Amazing Trivia and Facts About the Philippines that Will Blow Your Mind

Rediscover some of the most amazing trivia and facts about the Philippines that will make you realize this country paradise is more than meets the eye.

Do you know the Grand Old Man of Philippine Politics? It is none other than Lorenzo Tañada, the longest-serving senator in Philippine history. Despite being a member of the country's elite, Tañada felt the country's generational problems. He joined street rallies against Martial Law and fought against tyranny, oppression, and imperialism. #pinoy #trivia #filipiknow #philippines #history Patriotic Quotes, Philippines Culture, Tagalog, 24 Years, Old Men, Pinoy, History Facts, World War I, Oppression

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Spanish conquistador Miguel López de Legazpi and his troops arrived in the Philippines and landed on the shores of Cebu on February 13 Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Manila, Spanish Heritage, Intramuros, Filipino Culture, How To Speak Spanish, Cebu, Current Events

Historical events in February in Philippine History

Collection of significant daily events in February in Philippine history, biographies and notable birthdays

13 Most Famous Last Words Ever Uttered in Philippine History Asian History, British History, Strange History, History Facts, Historical Women, Historical Photos, Patriotic Quotes, Philippines Culture, Haunted History

13 Most Famous Last Words Ever Uttered in Philippine History

You may know these famous Filipinos and historical figures, but you probably didn’t know their last words.

Contrary to popular belief, Gregorio del Pilar was not the youngest general of the Philippine Revolutionary Army. The distinction belongs to Manuel Tinio, known by his Katipunan pseudonym Magiting. Philippines Culture, Mood Songs, Pinoy, History Facts, You Never, Revolutionaries, Did You Know, Fun Facts, Army

11 Things You Never Knew About Gregorio Del Pilar

As we anticipate the release of Goyo: Ang Batang Heneral, let's pay tribute to the real Gregorio del Pilar who blurs the line between a hero and a villain.