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Blue Paraw Sailboat in Boracay
Blue Sailboat
Photo by John Harris Pe
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Ifugao lady in her native outfit
Banaue Lady
Photo by Magik
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Taal Volcano view at Picnic Grove Tagaytay.
Taal Volcano
Photo by Grace Anne P. Law
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A fiesta celebration in Bauang, La Union held every month of April.
Baggak Festival
Photo by Liza G. Maganis
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Ifugao boy with traditional ricefield carriage pull by carabao in Banaue
Traditional ricefield ...
Photo by Pierre H.L.
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Philippine national hero monument in Luneta Park, Manila
Rizal Monument, Manila
Photo by magik
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The Jewel of Laguna - Pagsanjan Falls
Pagsanjan Falls
Photo by Pagsanjan Falls
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A close shot of one of the best signature food of Vigan, Ilocos Sur.
Vigan Longganisa
Photo by Teena Fronda
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Jeepney-public transportation in the Philippines. They can be seen on every street , corner in any city or town.
PUV Jeepney
Photo by Magik
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Sunset at Anguib, Sta. Ana, Cagayan
Anguib Beach Sunset
Photo by Ciel Estacio
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Ifugao in traditional outfit during fiesta celeration
Ifugao People, Banaue
Photo by Pierre H.L.
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beep! beep! As a passenger jeepney passed along the sandy coast of Bangui. From behind, you'll see the 10 storey wind mill. This is the main source of electricity among the villagers.
Bangui Wind Mill
Photo by Edgardo E. Alcantara Jr.
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Progressive Metro Manila skyline
Manila
Photo by M.Kutrowski
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All in all, there are 15 windmills standing in a row along the sandy coast of Bangui. City officials of Pagudpud are planning to build windmills to produce more electrical power to its people living in remote barrios.
Bangui Wind Mill
Photo by Edgardo E. Alcantara Jr.
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The Church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception in Baclayon is considered to be one of the oldest churches in the Philippines. It is one of the best presevered Jesuit build churches in the region, although in the 19th century, the Augustinian Recollects added a modern facade and a number of stone buildings that now surround the church. The first Spanish missionaries or doctrineros in the region, Fr. Juan de Torres and Fr. Gabriel Sanchez, first settled in Baclayon in 1595.
Baclayon Church
Photo by Alexandra L. Remonde
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