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The tallest building in the Philippines is almost as tall as the Eiffel Tower in Paris.
For centuries, humanity has always been fascinated with building structures that go up higher and higher. From the pyramids in Egypt to the Aztec and Incan temples in the Americas, to the modern skyscrapers of today, man has proven time and time ...
 
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You must have seen it if you’ve ever traveled through EDSA.
If you’ve ever spent any time traversing EDSA Southbound from Quezon City to Makati, you’re no doubt familiar with that giant gaping hole in the ground at the corner of Ortigas Avenue. People who ride the MRT, especially, get a much better ...
 
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Jesus Christ may have something to do with it.
Most of us have probably been inside a tall building or skyscraper, rode the elevator and noticed there’s no button for the 13th floor. Why is that? In the Philippines, many buildings just choose to skip the 13th floor altogether, perhaps because of the ...
 
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Many of Manila's pioneer establishments had their beginnings in Escolta.
Let us transport you to Old Manila in the 1930s.Welcome to Calle de la Escolta—definitely the main haunt of the fashionable set in the early 20th century. Weekends have become much more exciting with many new establishments embellishing the avenue. Trendy business ...
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