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    TOURIST GUIDE REGION 4-A & B TOURIST GUIDE REGION 4-A & B Presentation Transcript

    • PROVINCE CAVITE Emilio Aguinaldo 1st President of the Philippines President of the First Republic President of the Supreme Government President of Republic of Biak-na-Bato Dictator of Dictatorial government President of the Revolutionary Government
    • PROVINCE LAGUNA Jose P. Rizal Rizal was born to a wealthy family in Calamba, Laguna and was the seventh of eleven children. He attended the Ateneo Municipal de Manila, earning a Bachelor of Arts diploma and studied medicine at the University of Santo Tomas in Manila. He continued his studies at the Universidad Central de Madrid in Madrid, Spain, earning the degree of Licentiate in Medicine, making him eligible to practice medicine.
    • PROVINCE LAGUNA (CAVITE) Luis Antonio Tagle Tagle has become involved in many social issues in the Philippines with emphasis on helping the poor and the needy while maintaining opposition against practical atheism,[6] abortion,[7] contraception,[8] and the Reproductive Health Bill .[5]
    • PROVINCE BATANGAS Felipe Agoncillo (May 26, 1859 – September 29, 1941) was the Filipino lawyer representative to the negotiations in Paris that led to the Treaty of Paris (1898), ending the Spanish–American War and achieving him the title of "outstanding first Filipino diplomat."[1]
    • PROVINCE RIZAL (PASIG) Alan Vito Flores Caidic 1] (born June 15, 1963, Pasig City, Philippines) is a retired professional basketball player from the Philippines and is currently an assistant coach of the Barangay Ginebra Kings in the PBA. He is considered by many to be the greatest shooter the country has ever produced, thus, earning the moniker the "Triggerman
    • PROVINCE QUEZON Apolinario de la Cruz (July 22, 1814 - November 4, 1841), known as Hermano Pule or Puli ("Brother Pule"), led a major revolt against Spanish rule of the Philippines based on a struggle for religious freedom and independence.
    • PROVINCE CAVITE Caylabne Bay Resort is situated in a cove at Caylabne Point, Cavite with a total land area of 160 hectares. It is surrounded by these islands: El Fraile, Caballo, La Monja, Carabao, and Corregidor.
    • PROVINCE LAGUNA MARIA MAIKILING One of the most popular places in Laguna is the Mount Makiling. The dormant volcano, which is 1,109 meters above sea level, is named after the mountain’s diwata named Makiling. A diwata is a female divinity that is a guardian of nature. Some call her Maria Makiling, Diwatang Makiling or simply Makiling. She is both revered and feared. The mountain itself is said to be in the form of Diwatang Makiling herself, in a reclining position.
    • PROVINCE BATANGAS Taal Volcano is a complex volcano located on the island of Luzon in the Philippines.[1] It is the second most active volcano in the Philippines with 33 historical eruptions. All of these eruptions are concentrated on Volcano Island, an island near the middle of Taal Lake. The lake partially fills Taal Caldera, which was formed by prehistoric eruptions between 140,000 to 5,380 BP.[2] Viewed from Tagaytay Ridge, Taal Volcano and Lake presents one of the most picturesque and attractive views in the Philippines.[3] It is located about 50 km (31 mi) south of the capital of the country, the city of Manila
    • PROVINCE RIZAL The Pasig River (called Ilog Pasig in Filipino) is a river in the Philippines that connects Laguna de Bay to Manila Bay. Stretching for 25 kilometres (15.5 mi), it is lined by Metro Manila on each side. Its major tributaries are the Marikina River and San Juan River.
    • PROVINCE LAGUNA SURFING Spending a short vacation  in Real presents a adventurous escape from the hustle and bustle of the big city. In this blog, Biyaherong Barat features activities weekend warriors would love and definitely come back for more. Let us Surf, Skim and Swim in Real, Quezon.
    • PROVINCE CAVITE Kalayaan festival, as the name suggests, is a celebration of Philippine Independence. There is no more appropriate place to hold this celebration than the very historic province of Cavite, the seat of Philippine independence.
    • PROVINCE BATANGAS The Sublian festival, a two week long celebration which culminates every year on the 23rd of July, is rooted in the Batangueños devotion to the town’s patron: the Holy Cross in Bauan and Agoncillo, and the Sto. Niño in Batangas City.
    • PROVINCE RIZAL BAMBINO This festival is celebrated in honor of the Sto. Nino, whose innocence, purity of spirit, and love have had a profound influence on the lives of Pasiguenos. An exhibit featuring the various images of the Blessed Child is mounted, culminating in a procession participated in by the different parishes and schools in the city.  
    • PROVINCE QUEZON PASAYAHAN FESTIVAL Having originated in 1986 in honor of St. Ferdinand, the patron saint of Lucena, the Pasayahan Festival is held during the last week of May; and ever since, this festival has been a solid attraction that constantly brings tourists to Lucena City.
    • *Marinduque . Boac Buenavista Gasan Mogpog Santa Cruz Torrijos *Occidental Mindoro Abra de Ilog Calintaan Looc Lubang Magsaysay Mamburao Paluan Rizal Sablayan San Jose Santa Cruz *Oriental Mindoro Calapan City Baco Bansud Bongabong Bulalacao Gloria Mansalay Naujan Pinamalayan Pola Puerto Galera Roxas San Teodoro Socorro Victoria
    • *Palawan Puerto Princesa City Aborlan Agutaya Araceli Balabac Bataraza Brooke's Point Busuanga Cagayancillo Coron Culion Cuyo Dumaran El Nido Kalayaan Linapacan Magsaysay Narra Quezon Rizal Roxas San Vicente Sofronio Española Taytay
    • Romblon Alcantara Banton Cajidiocan Calatrava Concepcion Corcuera Ferrol Looc Magdiwang Odiongan  San Agustin San Andres San Fernando San Jose Santa Fe Santa Maria
    •  Manuel Acuña Roxas was the first president of the independent Third Republic of the Philippines and fifth president overall. He served as president from the granting of independence in 1946 until his abrupt death in 1948.   Born: January 1, 1892, Roxas, Capiz  Died: April 15, 1948, Clark Air Base  Presidential term: May 28, 1946 – April 15, 1948  Spouse: Trinidad Roxas (m. 1921– 1948)  Children: Gerardo Roxas  Education:  University of the Philippines College of Law , University of the Philippines, University of Manila
    • The Moriones is an annual festival held on Holy Week on the island of Marinduque, Philippines. The "Moriones" are men and women in costumes and masks replicating the garb of biblical Roman soldiers as interpreted by local folks. The Moriones or Moryonan tradition has inspired the creation of other festivals in the Philippines where cultural practices or folk history is turned into street festivals.
    • A simple town festivity that has evolved into a world-class celebration: Welcome to the BAHAGHARI FESTIVAL! Tracing its roots from the mythical founding of Pinamalayan, the Bahaghari Festival is a reflection of the first Pinamalayeños' joy and thanksgiving for the divine guidance of a rainbow that guided them through a raging sea towards a land of promise and bounty. This "Celebration of Colors" represents the vivid flavors of Pinamalayan that are as varied and mesmerizing as rainbow hues.
    • Group 3 Prepared by: Leizel T. Malacay ( Leader) Reporter: Kester S. Dagapioso Karl Joseph G. Dagohoy Mohinog, Lindy S. Members: Ugpo, Emmalou D. Hangad, Warren P. Kadil Geraldine Bete, Jayasimen R.