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The Philippines
   has this flag:   

Ninoy Aquino
   International Airport is in   
Manila, Philippines
There are no jet bridges. Passengers walk to and from the aircraft or are occasionally bussed.
RP
   is the international car registration for   
The Philippines
RP = Republic of the Philippines
The Philippines
   has the capital   
Manila
In 1595, Manila was decreed to be the capital of the Archipelago
Filipino
   is an official language of   
The Philippines
"Filipino" has been designated as the official language of the Philippines in the 1987 Philippine Constitution.
.ph
   internet domain is used by   
The Philippines
Philippines
   has the anthem   
Lupang Hinirang
Chosen Land
President Rodrigo Duarte
   is Head of State of   
The Philippines
Boracay Island Beach
   is a beach in   
The Philippines
Cape Engaño
   is situated in   
The Philippines
At the northeasternmost point of the island of Luzon in the Philippines
Philippines
   belongs to   
The Philippines
115,831 sq. mi.; Luzon, Mindanao (the largest)
Philippines
   has the national animal   
Philippine Eagle
The Philippines
   has the National Plant   
Sampaguita
Manny Pacquiao
   comes from   
The Philippines
Batangas
   is located in   
The Philippines
Metro Manila
   is located in   
The Philippines
The Philippines
   is the site of   
Baroque Churches of the Philippines
The Philippines
   is the site of   
Rice Terraces of the Philippine Cordilleras
The Philippines
   is the site of   
Puerto-Princesa Subterranean River National Park
Pilipinas
   is the native name for   
Philippines
Philippine Airlines
   is based in   
The Philippines
Asias first airline.
Lou Diamond Phillips
   was born in   
Subic Bay Naval Station, Philippines
February 17, 1962
Manunggul Jar
   was made in   
Philippines
Painted ceramic, c. 800 BC; National Museum of the Philippines, Manila
Maitum Anthropomorphic Jars
   was made in   
Philippines
Painted terracotta, c. 110; National Museum of the Filipino People, Manila
Cape Bolinao Lighthouse
   is located in   
Philippines
1905 - Pietra Point
Cape Engaño Lighthouse
   is located in   
Philippines
1893 - Palaui Island
Capones Lighthouse
   is located in   
Philippines
1890 - SubicBay
Chavayan Lighthouse
   is located in   
Philippines
2006 - Sabtang Island
Corregidor Lighthouse
   is located in   
Philippines
1835 - Manila Bay
Escarceo Point Lighthouse
   is located in   
Philippines
1915 - Mindoro
San Fernando Point Lighthuse
   is located in   
Philippines
1905 - Poro Point
Philippines
   has the time zone   
UTC+8
Philippine Standard Time (PHT)
Maria Margarita Moran
   represented   
Philippines
1973
Mount Pinatubo
   is in   
Philippines
Erupted 1991, rumbled for days before erupting, ash was more than 6ft deep in a 2 mile radius
Quesong Puti
   cheese comes from   
Philippines
A white semi-soft cheese made from carabao milk. Wrapped in a banana leaf sometimes
The Philippines
   has this coat of arms   

In Our Image: America's Empire in the Philippines
   was written by   
Stanley Karnow
1990
Bataan Peninsula
   is located in   
Philippines
Luzon
Bondoc Peninsula
   is located in   
Philippines
Luzon
San Ildefonso Peninsula
   is located in   
Philippines
Luzon
Zamboanga Peninsula
   is located in   
Philippines
Mindanao
Diocese of Bayombong, Philippines
   has the patron saint   
Dominic De Guzman
Pancho Villa
   fought out of   
The Philippines
Old Timer. Inducted 1994
Philippines
   is   

Libingan Ng Mga Bayani
   is located in   
Manila, Philippines
Translates “Cemetery of the Heroes”
La Loma Catholic Cemetery
   is located in   
Manila, Philippines
Oldest cemetery in Manila
Baguio
   was formerly the capital of   
Philippines
Summer Capital, moved back to Manila via Presidential Decree No. 940., 1946 - 1976
Malolos
   was formerly the capital of   
Philippines
Moved back to Manila after capture of Aguinaldo on 1901., 1898 - 1899
Manila
   was formerly the capital of   
Philippines
Liberation of the Philippines from the Japanese, 1943 - 1945
Quezon City
   was formerly the capital of   
Philippines
Moved back to Manila via Presidential Decree No. 940. , 1948 - 1976






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