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» The black flag with the skull and cross bones was called "Llanera's skull" by Andres Bonifacio.
» The balcony at the Aguinaldo Shrine used during Independence Day celebrations was added later.
» A Musikong Bumbong (band with bamboo musical instruments) accompanied Mariano Llanera and the rebels of San Isidro when, using only bolos and pointed sticks (and the band), they attacked the Spanish Garrison on September 2, 3 and 4, 1896.
» Andres Bonifacio and practically the entire Katipunan idolized Rizal. Bonifacio wanted to obtain Rizal's consent to start the revolution.
» Philippine Centennial
» Philippine Heroes
» Other Unsung Heroes
» Philam War documents collected by Madge Kho
» Tausug Resistance(1898-1913)
» Excerpts from: The Filipino Americans (From 1763 to the Present)
» Various documents including the Act of Declaration of Independence and the Treaty of Paris.
» Documents on the Philippine American War.
» Symbols of the Filipino Spirit: Filipinas, The Philippine Hymn, Bayan Ko.
» The Philippine National Anthem
» Flags of the Nation
» Mga Pangulo ng Pilipinas
» Tinikling is the National dance of the Philippines. It means to be like a tikling bird. Tinikling involves two people hitting bamboo poles, using them to beat, tap, and slide on the ground and against each other in coordination with one or more dancers who step over and in between the poles in a dance.
» Maglalatik is a mock-war dance, originating from the Spanish Regime, depicts a fight between the Moros and the Christians over the prized latik, or coconut meat residue.
» Sayaw sa Bangko means "dance on the benches". This dance is native to the barrio of Pangapisan, Lingayen, Pangasinan.