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The Philippines is a country that is rich in culture and traditions, and as such, there are many festivals that are celebrated throughout the year.

Giant Lantern Festival: A Celebration of Light and Art in San Fernando

The Giant Lantern Festival is an annual festival held in mid-December in the City of San Fernando in the Philippines. The festival features a competition of giant parol lanterns, which are traditional Filipino Christmas decorations made of bamboo and paper. Because of the popularity of the festival, the city has

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San Fernando, Pampanga, San Fernando, Pampanga Philippines
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The Panuluyan Festival: A Filipino Christmas Tradition

The Panuluyan Festival is a dramatization of the search for lodging by Joseph and Mary in Bethlehem right before the birth of Jesus Christ. This tradition is generally held on Christmas Eve, when Filipinos of the Catholic faith prepare for the midnight Mass. It is also a way of reliving

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The Hinugyaw Festival: A Celebration of Culture and Tradition

The Hinugyaw Festival is an annual festival that takes place every January 10th in the city of Koronadal, South Cotabato, in the southern part of the Philippines. The festival celebrates the founding anniversary of Koronadal City, as well as the culture and tradition of its people, who are composed of

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Koronadal City, South Cotabato, Koronadal City, South Cotabato 9506 Philippines
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The Feast of the Black Nazarene: A Festival of Miracles and Devotion in Manila

The Feast of the Black Nazarene is a religious festival that is held every January 9 in Manila, Philippines. It is centered around the Black Nazarene, a life-sized image of Jesus Christ carrying the cross that is believed to be miraculous by many devotees. The image has a dark complexion,

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Quiapo, Quiapo
Manila, Metro Manila Philippines
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