Flower Festival 2010 - Baguio City, Philippines

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Panagbenga-2010, Street and Float Parade
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  • Beautiful presentation !!!
    Thanks for sharing !

    Have a great week ahead my friend :)

    Hugs,

    Xeniya
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  • Right. There are many different colourful festivals in different parts of the country. this is one of the famous. All pictures in this slideshow were taken by my neice Dr. Mary Joy Jose Casusi of Baguio City. Slidesharemailer informed me two days ago that this is being talked about on Facebook more than any doc. on Slideshare right now and also told me that they've put it on the homepage {in the 'Hot on Facebook' section) but I haven't seen it there up to this time.
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  • EMERITO, THIS IS A BEAUTIFUL AND COLOURFUL FESTIVAL......SO MUCH LIFE AND CULTURE AND TRADITION.....I THINK THERE ARE MANY SUCH FESTIVALS IN THE PHILIPPINES , RIGHT?.....ALL EQUALLY COLOURFUL......
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  • hahaah nakapanood aku ng panagbenga!
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  • Beautiful spring celebration. Thanks for sharing beautiful presentation
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Flower Festival 2010 - Baguio City, Philippines

  1. 1. PANAGBENGA (Baguio Flower Festival) PowerPoint Show by Emerito Razon ♫ Music: Drum Beats Remix Photos by: Dr. Mary Joy Jose Casusi of Baguio City February 27, 2010 – Grand Street Parade February 28, 2010 – Floral Float Parade
  2. 2. <ul><li>Panagbenga is month-long annual flower festival occurring in Baguio, the summer capital of the Philippines. The term is of Malayo-Polynesian origin, meaning &quot;season of blooming&quot;. The festival, held during the month of February, was created as a tribute to the city's flowers and as a way to rise up from the devastation of the 1990 Luzon earthquake. The festival includes floats that are decorated with flowers unlike those used in Pasadena's Rose Parade. The festival also includes street dancing, presented by dancers clad in flower-inspired costumes, that is inspired by the Bendian, an Ibaloi dance of celebration that came from the Cordillera region. </li></ul><ul><li>History </li></ul><ul><li>The Panagbenga Festival, formerly as the Baguio Flower Festival, was formed in 1995 as the brainchild of Attorney Damaso Bangaoet Jr. of the John Hay Poro Point Development Corporation (JPDC) and Victor A. Lim of the Bases Conversion Development Authority (BCDA). Entries from the annual Camp John Hay art contest gave its official logo: a spray of sunflowers. The festival was set in February to boost tourism as it was considered as a month of inactivity between the busy days of Christmas season and the Holy Week and the summer season. </li></ul>(Click to skip this slide)
  3. 3. February 27, 2010 – GRAND STREET PARADE
  4. 32. February 28, 2010 – FLORAL FLOAT PARADE
  5. 96. THE END (Click to Exit)

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