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The National Museum in Manila

Woot! It’s 9:00 in the evening and it’s still bright outside. Hello, summer? :D It’s another blogging day (night?), and my post would be about my short trip to the National Museum in Manila with my college friends. 267 more words

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National Museum

 Free-admission Sunday and the Spolarium.


Photos by J


Roaming Free at The National Museum

All the goods things in life are the ones that comes free. And free entrance to one of the historic buidling in Manila like the National Museum – once housed the Congress is one of the best freebies in life. 165 more words


Manila, Manila: The National Museum


Open: Tuesdays to Sundays, 10 AM to 5 PM.
Things to see: I recommend the National Art Gallery (if only for the Spolarium among other excellent work) and the Museum of the Filipino People (for the pottery and special exhibits). 110 more words


Meet Pepsi.

Tsismosa’ dito sa Pilipinas

Or ‘Gossiper’ in English

Pero may mas sosyal pa na tawag dyan ngayon,

‘Socially concern’

–Certified tsismosa nga siguro ako. Lahat kasi ng balita sa showbiz dito sa Pilipinas ay interesado ako. 533 more words

Today in Philippine History: 27 OCTOBER, 2002

22 october, 2002

The Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) purchased Juan Luna’s “Parisian Life” painting for P46 million at an auction in Hong Kong. Luna made this 53×75-centimeter oil painting sometime in 1892, which interpreted as showing an unidentified Parisian lady and Filipino heroes Dr. 86 more words

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