Mario Alvaro Limos for Town & Country Philippines
 
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One of the proposed designs incorporates a solar energy-powered roof.
 
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Rare pieces of religious artwork from the 16th century to the late 19th century are showcased at the new museum.
 
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Today, babaylans are past reminders of how Filipinos regarded women in high esteem, long before colonizers came ashore.
 
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The tycoon reveals his funny side during a talk with the photographer.
 
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The narrative of Boracay is changing from being a party island to a place of tranquility and paradise.
 
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Kathryn Galitz talks about masterpieces, art collecting, the fickle art market, and artworks considered national heritage in private hands.
 
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Exceedingly rare and high-quality Ifugao sculptures come home to the Philippines from various parts of Europe and America.
 
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The story of how our national hero bungled his first attempt at having a girlfriend, and how he shrewdly managed to be engaged to two women at the same time.
 
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The destruction of Manila became an inevitable consequence of a lack of planning.
 
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This will have you thinking twice about eating another slice of mango.
 
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Filipinos, commoners and nobility alike, wore gold jewelry as everyday accessories.
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