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  1. 1. Ateneo Municipal de manilaWhen he was 11 years old, Rizal entered the Ateneo Municipal deManila. He earned excellent marks in subjects like philosophy,physics, chemistry, and natural history.
  2. 2. BoneAfter the execution, the name Rizal was not to be spoken. He wasreferred to safely as El Difunto (the dead one). He had beenabandoned directly in the soil. A bone with a bullet wound wasenshrined urn and is now a secular relic at Fort Santiago.
  3. 3. CoatThe coats that Dr. Jose P. Rizal used was now a is now a secularrelic at Fort Santiago.
  4. 4. DungeonThe dungeons used to be the storage vaults andpowder magazine of the Baluarte de Santa Barbara.
  5. 5. El filibusterismoEl Filibusterismo (Spanish for "The Filibustering"), also knownby its English alternate title The Reign of Greed, is the secondnovel written by Philippine national hero José Rizal. It is thesequel to Noli Me Tangere and like the first book, was writtenin Spanish. It was first published in 1891 in Ghent, Belgium.Throughout the Philippines, the novel is read in senior highschools.
  6. 6. Fort santiagoJosé Rizal, the Philippines national hero, was imprisoned herebefore his execution in 1896.
  7. 7. hongkongHong Kong was clearly the right place to go for Dr. Jose Rizal,at least for the time being, not only because it was near thePhilippines, but also because his dear friend Basa was there.
  8. 8. intramuros Intramuros is the oldest district and historic core of Manila, the capital of the Philippines. Known as the Walled City, the original fortified city of Manila was the seat of the Spanish government during the Spanish colonial period.
  9. 9. Josephine brackenMarie Josephine Leopoldine Bracken was the common-law wife of Dr.José Rizal during his exile in Dapitan . In the early morning hours ofDecember 30, 1896, the day of his execution by firing squad, the couple wasmarried in Fort Santiago, the place of his incarceration, following areconciliation with the Catholic Church. The marriage, though, is disputedby some sectors because no records were found regarding the union,discounting the unusual events of that day, even if it was attested byJosephine herself and the officiating priest
  10. 10. kulunganAt the right wall of the Contemplation Room is the entrance to a modelof Jose Rizal’s detention cell at Fort Santiago with a representation ofRizal sitting on a desk. The location marker reads: “In this cell JoseRizal was detained prisoner from 3 November to the morning of 29December 1896 falsely charged with rebellion, sedition and formationof illegal societies.”
  11. 11. Leonor riveraLeonor Rivera Kipping was the childhood sweetheart, and “lover bycorrespondence” of Dr. José Rizal. Rivera’s romantic relationship with Rizallasted for eight years. She was immortalized by Rizal as the character MaríaClara in the Spanish-language novel Noli Me Tangere.
  12. 12. Mi ultimo adios "Mi último adiós" (Spanish for "My Last Farewell") is a poem written by Philippine national hero Dr José Rizal on the eve of his execution on 30 December 1896. This poem was one of the last notes he wrote before his death; another that he had written was found in his shoe but because the text was illegible, its contents remains a mystery.
  13. 13. Noli me tangereNoli Me Tángere is a novel written by Dr. José Rizal duringthe colonization of the country by Spain to expose the inequitiesof the Spanish Catholic priests and the ruling government.
  14. 14. O’ sei sanO Sei San was a nickname given to Seiko Usui, anative of Japan. She had an intimate relationshipwith Jose Rizal during Rizal’s vacation on Yokohama.She was 23 years old when she met Rizal. Her formerstatus as a daughter of samurai gave her an address’sof "O Sei San" and "The Honorable Miss Sei".
  15. 15. Paco cemetery/parkPACO cemetery was built by the Dominican priests in 1820. It was whereJose Rizal was buried by the Spaniards after his execution on the Luneta(Rizal Park). The original grave was at the back of the Park. A plaquemarks the place, and it reads: “JOSE RIZAL – Executed 30 December, 1896,interred secretly in this spot by the authorities on the same day. Remainsexhumed 17 August 1912, laid beneath the monument at the Luneta.”
  16. 16. quill Dr. Jose P. Rizal used quill for all his writings and novels.
  17. 17. Rizal Dr. jose p. RizalJose Protacio Rizal Mercado Y Alonso Realonda Quintos (June 19, 1861 –December 30, 1896) was a Filipino nationalist and reformist. He isconsidered one of the national heroes of the Philippines, togetherwith Andres Bonifacio.
  18. 18. Steps/ shoe printsThese were the some of the embedded shoe prints of Dr. JoseRizals walk from Fort Santiago to Bagumbayan and was called“Last Walk to Martyrdom”where he was executed by a firingsquad.
  19. 19. traveler Before reaching Madrid to pursue his medical career in 1882, Jose Rizal had many stopovers. He visited the progressive English colony of Singapore, traversed the historic waterway of Suez Canal via the steamship Djemnah, reached the Italian city of Naples, disembarked at the French port of Marseilles, then took a train to the historic city of Barcelona.
  20. 20. vest Preserved inside a glass box are Rizals wintervest.
  21. 21. writer Almost everything in his short life is recorded somewhere, being himself a regular diarist and prolific letter writer, much of the material having survived. His biographers, however, have faced difficulty in translating his writings because of Rizals habit of switching from one language to another.
  22. 22. zoologist He was a regular contributor of specimens of reptiles, mammals, birds, fish, insects, crustaceans and other invertebrates to the Dresden Museum. For this, he was recognized as a zoologist, leading to the naming of a flying lizard, a frog and a beetle after him.
  23. 23. Rizal’s life, WORks & WritingsProf. Tess SagadracaII-DA2Guevarra, Shirolaine P.Floresca, Joene E.Mirambil, Maria Cherry Ann V.Torres, Khris, R.

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