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These now-mossy monuments to the pre-Hispanic Ivatan's ingenuity.
In and around Batanes' great rolling hills, there are remnants and facsimiles of the country's old masters. We have Spanish shrines, like the Basco and Tayid lighthouses. On Tukon Hills, we get the Dipnaysupuan Japanese Tunnel. We look to Batan's Ivana and ...
 
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The Philippine archipelago was a collection of diverse political entities before the arrival of the Spanish.
There is a common misconception that the Spanish “discovered” the Philippines. That, prior to Spanish conquest, the Philippines had nothing but savage indios who needed the civilization of the West to enlighten it.Of course, we now know just how far that notion is from ...
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