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Heritage Town of Pila, Laguna

April 16, 2012 5 comments

The Spanish colonial may have shed dark clouds over the Philippines during the Age of Exploration but on the bright side, they also contributed to Philippine development by influencing the Filipinos in tradition, religion, politics, and architecture. In the Metro Manila where development is a constant revolution, the struggle for conserving heritage is a losing battle. However, in the outskirts of the busy city, the influence is still intact, preserving the last remaining gems of the country. Down south in Laguna is a small town where the golden days still seem to reign. Let me take you for walk around the heritage town of Pila. Read more…

The Historical EDSA Shrine

March 3, 2011 Leave a comment

Situated at the corner of Ortigas Avenue, and Epifanio De los Santos Avenue is the EDSA shrine where the historical peaceful revolt of the Filipinos against former President Marcos which ended in a bloodless battle. A statue of the Mother Mary reminds the Filipinos of the historical event that changed the lives of its citizens.

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