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historical events

President Eisenhower at the wreath-laying ceremony for national hero Dr. Jose Rizal at Luneta Park, Manila Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Old Fashioned Photos, Jose Rizal, Filipino Culture, Time Of Our Lives, Enchanted Home, Asian History, Southeast Asia

U.S. President Eisenhower at the wreath-laying ceremony for national hero Dr. Jose Rizal at Luneta Park, Manila

On the second day of the State Visit to the Philippines by President Dwight Eisenhower of the United States, he laid a wreath at the tomb and monument of Jose Rizal, Manila; June 15, 1960. (Photo courtesy of LIFE Magazine)

Pateros (Southeast Metro Manila), celebrating the year anniversary since the liberation of the village from Japanese occupation of WWII, Philippines, 1946 Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Chinese Culture, Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Philippines Travel, Filipino Architecture, Gothic Architecture, Ancient Architecture

Pateros (Southeast Metro Manila), celebrating the 1st year anniversary since the liberation of the village from Japanese occupation of WWII, Philippines, 1946 (3)

Carrying bundles on the head is picked up by Filipinos at an early age. Residents and fiesta guests who are celebrating the liberation by 11th Airborne and the 1st Cavalry Divisions of the U.S. Army, and the feast day of Santa Martha, patron saint, watch from windows of temporary housing built after former dwellings were burned by retreating Japanese. Pateros (Southeast Metro Manila), Philippines National Archives and Records Administration of the USA

Ninoy Aquino with Ferdinand Marcos Ferdinand, People Power Revolution, Philippine Army, President Of The Philippines, Rare Historical Photos, Power To The People, Latest Books, History Facts, Current Events

These 60+ Rare Historical Photos Will Change How You See The Past.

For more interesting stories, please check out our latest book, "FilipiKnow: Amazing Facts & Figures Every Pinoy Must Know."Historical photos are like our window to the past--they are one of the tangible links we have with the events that made us who we are.They are also the...

9 Surprising Facts About Papal Visits To The Philippines Ferdinand, People Power Revolution, Philippine Army, President Of The Philippines, Philippines Culture, Filipiniana, Pope John Paul Ii, Power To The People, Asian History

9 Surprising Facts About Papal Visits To The Philippines

Here are some interesting facts about the prior papal visits to the Philippines.

Old Philipppines

Philippine teens celebrating after 3 years of occupation and the recapture and liberation of the entire Philippine Archipelago by American forces under command of General MacArthur Oct 1944 Model Minority, Filipino Fashion, Filipino Culture, Historical Pictures, Pinoy, Old Photos, Record Player, The Past, Teen

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Two Filipina ladies at the town water well Philippines 1 Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Historical Art, Historical Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Martial Arts Weapons, Filipino Culture, Filipina Beauty

Two Filipina ladies at the town water well, Philippines, 1920s

This appears to be a photographer set up posed picture to be sold as postcards. Photographer unknown. University of Southern California Libraries International Mission Photography Archive, ca.1860-ca.1960 Maryknoll Mission Archives Copyright: Catholic Foreign Mission Society of America, Maryknoll, New York

• Padre Burgos Ave., Manila Philippines •Wayback 1926•As home to members of the Philippine Senate from 1926 to 1996•The old Session Hall was also where then Senator Benigno “Ninoy” Aquino Jr. and his allies in the opposition delivered privilege speeches during the run-up to martial law in 1972•It was closed and later turned into one of the National Museum’s galleries during the remainder of the Marcos years. (The Batasan Pambansa in Quezon City housed the parliament in the Marcos era. Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Quezon City, National Museum, Old Things, Mansions, History, House Styles, Martial

OLD SESSION HALL OF THE SENATE

• Padre Burgos Ave., Manila Philippines •Wayback 1926•As home to members of the Philippine Senate from 1926 to 1996•The old Session Hall was also where then Senator Benigno “Ninoy” Aquino Jr. and his allies in the opposition delivered privilege speeches during the run-up to martial law in 1972•It was closed and later turned into one of the National Museum’s galleries during the remainder of the Marcos years. (The Batasan Pambansa in Quezon City housed the parliament in the Marcos era.

Dito, Noon: Hidalgo Street, Manila, 1890s x 2010s. #kasaysayan --  Formerly known during the Spanish colonial times as Calle San Sebastian, it was renamed after the painter Félix Resurrección Hidalgo. It was once considered “the most beautiful street in Manila.” In the horizon, you could see the San Sebastian Church in both images. Baguio City, Cebu City, Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Beautiful Streets, Beautiful Places, Filipino Architecture, Then And Now Pictures, Philippine Holidays

Hidalgo Street

Dito, Noon: Hidalgo Street, Manila, 1890s x 2010s. #kasaysayan -- Formerly known during the Spanish colonial times as Calle San Sebastian, it was renamed after the painter Félix Resurrección Hidalgo. It was once considered “the most beautiful street in Manila.” In the horizon, you could see the San Sebastian Church in both images.

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Aman Sinaya is a rival of Bathala. There fighting resulted in the creation of the Philippine archipelago. Filipino Words, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Philippine Mythology, Philippine Art, Japanese Mythology, Cultura Filipina, Traditional Filipino Tattoo, Philippines Tattoo

Who is Aman Sinaya? - The Philippines Today

Aman Sinaya is a rival of Bathala. She is the goddess of the sea. There fighting resulted in the creation of the Philippine archipelago.

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Presidents/First Ladies/Political figures

Emilio Aguinaldo with Manuel Quezon Emilio Aguinaldo, President Of The Philippines, From Rags To Riches, Filipiniana, Historical Pictures, Persona, Presidents, History, Historia

Emilio Aguinaldo with Manuel Quezon

Explore Presidential Museum and Library's photos on Flickr. Presidential Museum and Library has uploaded 16976 photos to Flickr.

Ninoy Aquino with Ferdinand Marcos Ferdinand, People Power Revolution, Philippine Army, President Of The Philippines, Rare Historical Photos, Power To The People, Latest Books, History Facts, Current Events

These 60+ Rare Historical Photos Will Change How You See The Past.

For more interesting stories, please check out our latest book, "FilipiKnow: Amazing Facts & Figures Every Pinoy Must Know."Historical photos are like our window to the past--they are one of the tangible links we have with the events that made us who we are.They are also the...

Actors/Actresses/movies

Filipina actress Barbara Perez, the “Audrey Hepburn” of the Philippines © … Die philippinische Schauspielerin Barbara Perez, die „Audrey Hepburn“ der Philippinen © Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Filipina Actress, Filipina Beauty, Audrey Hepburn, Barbara Perez, Joe Cruz, Manila Philippines, Philippines People

Barbara Perez as Joe Cruz in the movie No Man Is An Island. 1962

Explore Eduardo_De Leon's photos on Flickr. Eduardo_De Leon has uploaded 9870 photos to Flickr.

Noble and Ever Loyal City — The Classic Filipina Beauties Filipina Actress, Filipina Beauty, Cultura Filipina, Nora Aunor, Sampaguita, Filipino Culture, Filipiniana, Movie Theater, Classic Beauty

The Classic Filipina Beauties

theurbanhistorian: The first Golden Age of Philippine Cinema was in 1950s - 1960s. It closely followed en route the Hollywood line but it has maintained a distinct flavor. Before Nora Aunor broke into the scene, the industry was mainly for mestizas only, but these mestizas became the quintessential faces of Philippine Entertainment Industry. It was the time of LVN, Sampaguita, Premiere and Lebran and the cradle of Philippine Cinema was in Avenida Rizal (notice that many movie theaters are…

Heroes ...

Teodora Morales Alonzo Realonda de Rizal y Quintos, the mother of Philippine national hero Jose Rizal, was born in Meisik, Tondo, Manila on November 1827 Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, University Of Santo Tomas, Elementary Bulletin Boards, Jose Rizal, Filipino Culture, Filipiniana, Church History, Working Mother

Teodora Alonso Rizal's was born in Tondo, Manila November 9, 1827

On November 9, 1827, Teodora Morales Alonzo Realonda de Rizal y Quintos, the mother of Philippine national hero Jose Rizal, was born in Meisik, Tondo, Manila. She was known for being a disciplinarian as well as a dedicated, courteous and hard- working mother. As the young Rizal's first teacher, she had a profound influence on his development and was his inspiration in taking up medicine.

Juan Luna was one of the early group of painters trained in Europe whose themes… Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Emilio Aguinaldo, Jose Rizal, Philippine Art, Philippines Culture, Filipiniana, Freemasonry, Famous Artists

Retrato: Filipinas Photo Collection

The Philippines: "Then and Now" Photos - Compiled Threads Pardon me if this site has been posted already...

Jose Rizal's Execution December 1896 Photo was taken by Manuel Arias Rodriguez From Museo del Ejercito in Madrid, Spain The eight-man firing squad was composed of native Filipinos from the Spanish Infantry Regiment. Execution By Firing Squad, Emilio Aguinaldo, Fort Santiago, Jose Rizal, Intramuros, Bataan, American War, Manila, Spanish

36 Amazing Facts You Probably Didn't Know About Jose Rizal

As one respected Filipino historian once said, "Jose Rizal is everywhere yet he is nowhere." Let's look back at the life of this oft taken-for-granted hero.

Leonora Rivera at age Dr. Jose Rizal's sweetheart who became model for the Maria Clara character in Noli Me Tangere, was born in Camiling, Tarlac on April Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, University Of Santo Tomas, Philippines Culture, Philippines Fashion, Jose Rizal, Noli Me Tangere

Sketch of Leonor Rivera by Jose Rizal

Sketch of Leonor Rivera by Jose Rizal and her actual photograph. They had an eight-year romance. She was his first cousin.

Philippine teens celebrating after 3 years of occupation and the recapture and liberation of the entire Philippine Archipelago by American forces under command of General MacArthur Oct 1944 Model Minority, Filipino Fashion, Filipino Culture, Historical Pictures, Pinoy, Old Photos, Record Player, The Past, Teen

Tumblr

Tumblr is a place to express yourself, discover yourself, and bond over the stuff you love. It's where your interests connect you with your people.

Two Filipina ladies at the town water well Philippines 1 Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Historical Art, Historical Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Martial Arts Weapons, Filipino Culture, Filipina Beauty

Two Filipina ladies at the town water well, Philippines, 1920s

This appears to be a photographer set up posed picture to be sold as postcards. Photographer unknown. University of Southern California Libraries International Mission Photography Archive, ca.1860-ca.1960 Maryknoll Mission Archives Copyright: Catholic Foreign Mission Society of America, Maryknoll, New York

Teodora Morales Alonzo Realonda de Rizal y Quintos, the mother of Philippine national hero Jose Rizal, was born in Meisik, Tondo, Manila on November 1827 Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, University Of Santo Tomas, Elementary Bulletin Boards, Jose Rizal, Filipino Culture, Filipiniana, Church History, Working Mother

Teodora Alonso Rizal's was born in Tondo, Manila November 9, 1827

On November 9, 1827, Teodora Morales Alonzo Realonda de Rizal y Quintos, the mother of Philippine national hero Jose Rizal, was born in Meisik, Tondo, Manila. She was known for being a disciplinarian as well as a dedicated, courteous and hard- working mother. As the young Rizal's first teacher, she had a profound influence on his development and was his inspiration in taking up medicine.

Filipina actress Barbara Perez, the “Audrey Hepburn” of the Philippines © … Die philippinische Schauspielerin Barbara Perez, die „Audrey Hepburn“ der Philippinen © Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Filipina Actress, Filipina Beauty, Audrey Hepburn, Barbara Perez, Joe Cruz, Manila Philippines, Philippines People

Barbara Perez as Joe Cruz in the movie No Man Is An Island. 1962

Explore Eduardo_De Leon's photos on Flickr. Eduardo_De Leon has uploaded 9870 photos to Flickr.

Noble and Ever Loyal City — The Classic Filipina Beauties Filipina Actress, Filipina Beauty, Cultura Filipina, Nora Aunor, Sampaguita, Filipino Culture, Filipiniana, Movie Theater, Classic Beauty

The Classic Filipina Beauties

theurbanhistorian: The first Golden Age of Philippine Cinema was in 1950s - 1960s. It closely followed en route the Hollywood line but it has maintained a distinct flavor. Before Nora Aunor broke into the scene, the industry was mainly for mestizas only, but these mestizas became the quintessential faces of Philippine Entertainment Industry. It was the time of LVN, Sampaguita, Premiere and Lebran and the cradle of Philippine Cinema was in Avenida Rizal (notice that many movie theaters are…

Aman Sinaya is a rival of Bathala. There fighting resulted in the creation of the Philippine archipelago. Filipino Words, Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Philippine Mythology, Philippine Art, Japanese Mythology, Cultura Filipina, Traditional Filipino Tattoo, Philippines Tattoo

Who is Aman Sinaya? - The Philippines Today

Aman Sinaya is a rival of Bathala. She is the goddess of the sea. There fighting resulted in the creation of the Philippine archipelago.

Juan Luna was one of the early group of painters trained in Europe whose themes… Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Emilio Aguinaldo, Jose Rizal, Philippine Art, Philippines Culture, Filipiniana, Freemasonry, Famous Artists

Retrato: Filipinas Photo Collection

The Philippines: "Then and Now" Photos - Compiled Threads Pardon me if this site has been posted already...

President Eisenhower at the wreath-laying ceremony for national hero Dr. Jose Rizal at Luneta Park, Manila Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Old Fashioned Photos, Jose Rizal, Filipino Culture, Time Of Our Lives, Enchanted Home, Asian History, Southeast Asia

U.S. President Eisenhower at the wreath-laying ceremony for national hero Dr. Jose Rizal at Luneta Park, Manila

On the second day of the State Visit to the Philippines by President Dwight Eisenhower of the United States, he laid a wreath at the tomb and monument of Jose Rizal, Manila; June 15, 1960. (Photo courtesy of LIFE Magazine)

Emilio Aguinaldo with Manuel Quezon Emilio Aguinaldo, President Of The Philippines, From Rags To Riches, Filipiniana, Historical Pictures, Persona, Presidents, History, Historia

Emilio Aguinaldo with Manuel Quezon

Explore Presidential Museum and Library's photos on Flickr. Presidential Museum and Library has uploaded 16976 photos to Flickr.

Jose Rizal's Execution December 1896 Photo was taken by Manuel Arias Rodriguez From Museo del Ejercito in Madrid, Spain The eight-man firing squad was composed of native Filipinos from the Spanish Infantry Regiment. Execution By Firing Squad, Emilio Aguinaldo, Fort Santiago, Jose Rizal, Intramuros, Bataan, American War, Manila, Spanish

36 Amazing Facts You Probably Didn't Know About Jose Rizal

As one respected Filipino historian once said, "Jose Rizal is everywhere yet he is nowhere." Let's look back at the life of this oft taken-for-granted hero.

Pateros (Southeast Metro Manila), celebrating the year anniversary since the liberation of the village from Japanese occupation of WWII, Philippines, 1946 Filipino Art, Filipino Culture, Chinese Culture, Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Philippines Travel, Filipino Architecture, Gothic Architecture, Ancient Architecture

Pateros (Southeast Metro Manila), celebrating the 1st year anniversary since the liberation of the village from Japanese occupation of WWII, Philippines, 1946 (3)

Carrying bundles on the head is picked up by Filipinos at an early age. Residents and fiesta guests who are celebrating the liberation by 11th Airborne and the 1st Cavalry Divisions of the U.S. Army, and the feast day of Santa Martha, patron saint, watch from windows of temporary housing built after former dwellings were burned by retreating Japanese. Pateros (Southeast Metro Manila), Philippines National Archives and Records Administration of the USA