Tawi-Tawi Provincial Capitol

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Tawi-Tawi Provincial Capitol

Tawi-Tawi Provincial Capitol is a building that serves as the seat of government of Tawi-Tawi, the southernmost province of the Philippines. It is located in Panglima Sugala, the capital of Tawi-Tawi. It has a unique design and architecture that reflects the Islamic culture and heritage of the province. It has a dome-shaped roof, arched windows, and geometric patterns. The capitol also has a museum that displays the history and culture of Tawi-Tawi.

The capitol was built in 2012 by the provincial government of Tawi-Tawi under the administration of Governor Sadikul Sahali. The capitol was designed by Architect Felino Palafox Jr., who incorporated elements of the Sama-Bajau and Tausug cultures in the structure. The capitol was inspired by the Taj Mahal, a famous mausoleum in India that is also a symbol of love and peace.

The capitol is also a tourist attraction, as it offers a stunning view of the Celebes Sea and the surrounding islands. The capitol is situated on a hilltop that overlooks the Bud Bongao, a sacred mountain that is considered as the holy mountain of Tawi-Tawi. The capitol also has a cultural village that showcases the traditional houses and crafts of the Sama people, one of the indigenous groups in Tawi-Tawi.


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2QF8+Q76, Tubig-Boh Bongao, Tawi-Tawi, Bongao, Tawi-Tawi

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