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These are the Some of the Best Colorized Photos of Philippine History

Thanks to color, we feel a connection to the subjects in the following photographs
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Color breathes life into the static black-and-white photos from history, allowing us to visualize events from the past as if they were something that happened more recently. Thanks to color, we feel a connection to the subjects in the following photographs. The following colorized photos are posted on Facebook page Kinulayang Nakaraan

1|  Japanese soldiers and nurses surrender to the Americans in Cebu (circa 1945)

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2|  Sunken Gardens, Manila (July 4, 1920)

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3|  Picnic at Hinulugang Taktak (May 1924)

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4|  Filipino women carrying bamboo (circa 1900s)

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5|  Filipino teachers at a municipal school in Manila (circa 1900s)

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6|  Rizal Day Parade, Manila (circa 1908)

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7|  Mass at the cathedral. (circa 1929)

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8|  American and Filipino representatives in the Salon de Marmol of the Ayuntamiento de Manila (August, 1905)

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9| Marketplace (circa 1900s)

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10|  Picnic (circa 1935)

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