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Philippines in Frames

Posted by on Sep 12th, 2008
Filed Under: General Philippines, Photos

A giant stained glass window in the main altar of the Christ the King Seminary’s Shrine of the Divine Word along E. Rodriguez Avenue in Quezon City.

sto domingo
The town of Libog was founded in 1749. There is an account of Andres Bonifacio staying in the town and having a child with a local woman. His statue stands in front of the municipal government building today instead of the usual Jose Rizal. Libog is the hometown of Potenciano Gregorio who composed the immortal Bicolano love song “Sarung Banggi”. It was renamed as Sto. Domingo in 1959 in honor of its patron saint.

Mahatao Light House
Mahatao Light house @ Batanes, Philippines

Philippines Child Smiling
Smile and the whole world smile to you – Philipines Children

Paoay Ilocos Norte
Paoay, Ilocos Norte: UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE. The Augustinians started building the present in 1699. Repairs and improvements were made in 1710, 1719, 1793, 1818, 1844, 1865, 1889 and after the 1927 earthquake. The church provides a breathtaking view from any angle.

Banaue Rice Terraces
Banaue rice terraces

Philippines Boat
Boat in river

Philippines Children playing in RIver
Children playing in the river

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One Response to “Philippines in Frames”

  1. vijaykapnadak says:

    need more photographs of your country,specially the interiors and islands,which we could send to our friends & relatives. pls. do it.

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