Tag: 2012

Fernando Amorsolo

Drawings, Studies, Notes and Portraits of Fernando Amorsolo

Fernando Amorsolo was born on May 30, 1892 in Paco, Manila to Pedro Amorsolo, a bookkeeper, and his wife Bonifacia Cueto. In 1908, Amorsolo...
Juan Luna

Gallery III: Juan Luna and Others

Juan Luna y Novicio was an Ilocano-Filipino painter, sculptor and a political activist of the Philippine Revolution during the late 19th century. Born in...
Luis Ablaza

Luis Ablaza and FCCP Halls

GALLERY I. Luis I. Ablaza Hall Colonial Philippine religious art of the 17th to 19yh centuries, prominent among which is a retablo from the Church...
Biodiversity of the Philippines

Amazing Biodiversity of the Philippines

We can also see how amazing the biodiversity of the Philippines as preserved species of plants and animals were being stored in the museum. As...
History of the Filipino People

History of the Filipino People: The Museum Way

The gallery presents information on the origins of the Philippine Islands and the Filipino nation. The exhibition focuses on the four periods of Philippine...
San Diego Wreck Site

San Diego Wreck Site, History and Treasures

Underwater archaeology deals with the recovery and analysis of ancient objects submerged in water. One fine example of this is the San Diego Wreck...
Hap Chan

Rainy Hap Chan Thursday

Thursday, it was raining so hard in Manila brought by the tropical storm “Ofel”. It was our payday and the best way to end...
long weekend

October Long Weekend Getaway

October 26 was declared a regular non-working holiday by Proclamation No. 488 in observance of the Eidul Adha, one of the two greatest feasts...
Mr. King Kebab

Mr. King Kebab: The Indian Experience

After a yummy Japanese dinner at Suzu Kin, I found out from a friend that a nearby place serves Indian food. I am pertaining to...
Garage 88

12 Wheeler Burger at Garage 88

Are you one of the people with the largest appetites? If yes, this post is for you! Garage 88 Bar and Diner in...

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