Tag: National Cultural Treasure
The majestic Maligcong Rice Terraces in Bontoc, Mountain Province is eyeing the distinguished honor of becoming a certified National Cultural Treasure, the same status held by the world-renowned Ifugao Rice Terraces. Gracing the northern part of the Philippines, the expansive terraced fields, carved gracefully into the Kupapey mountainside, stand as a testimony to the rich Cordilleran culture, beckoning both the young and the old to embrace a heritage rooted in community and harmonious living with the land.
The Quezon Memorial Shrine, a monument that honors the legacy of late President Manuel L. Quezon, has been declared a National Cultural Treasure by the National Museum of the Philippines (NMP).
The Basilica Minore del Sto. Niño de Cebu Church and the image of the Santo Niño de Cebu are to be declared "National Cultural Treasures" by the National Museum of the Philippines in April to celebrate the 500th anniversary of Christianity in the nation.
Take a look at the new photos of the Metropolitan Theater (MET) released ahead of the historic Manila landmark's reopening this 2021 in time for the Quincentennial Commemorations of the Philippines.
Google today joined the City of Las Piñas for the 195th year celebration of its famed Bamboo Organ - the oldest, largest, and only known bamboo pipe organ in existence - through a special...