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Ayala museum tour


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Dianne Marie V. Pena
Bs HRM 41a

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Ayala museum tour

  1. 1. Our Tour<br />July 22, 2011<br />
  2. 2. While we waiting on STI<br />Meycauayan<br />
  3. 3. First Stop <br />Ayala Museum<br />
  4. 4. We are already on our way going to Ayala Museum at Makati City.<br />At 8:30 am we already on Ayala Museum<br />
  5. 5. At the second floor of Ayala Museum, I encounter here the Diorama and the Boat Gallery.<br />
  6. 6. The Boat Gallery<br />Galleon 1565 to 1815 – the galleon laden with treasure shuttled across the pacific between Manila and Acapulco<br />
  7. 7. At this floor I had many things that I learn ever time I saw the Diorama, start to the “Cagayan valley life (ca.750,000 B.C.)” to the “Recognition of Philippine Independence by the US (manila 1946)” . And also the theirs a kind of boat I saw in the boat gallery like the “Pre-Hispanic Sailboat( 500-600 B.C.)”, “Chinese Junk”, “Lorcha”, “Arabian Baghla”, “Caravel (16th century)”, and “Galleon”<br />
  8. 8. At the third floor you will experience here the Damian Domingo: The First Great Filipino Painter the Pioneers of Philippine Art.<br />
  9. 9. The Pioneers of <br />Philippine Art<br />Fernando Amorsolo<br />( 1892 - 1972)<br />Fernando Zobel<br />( 1924 - 1984)<br />Juan Luna <br />( 1857 – 1899)<br />
  10. 10. When we are already at the third floor I saw all the paintings of Zobel, Luna and Amorsolo I appreciate their works because all of that even the simple painting has a full of meaning although I don’t have a background on arts. <br />
  11. 11. On the Fourth floor, I learn more something about the literature of the Philippines, like the Gold of Ancestors, and 18th – 19th century Embroidered Customs of Filipino . <br />
  12. 12. In the Gold of ancestors, the Philippine is rich in gold… and Filipinos had knowledge to how to make a necklace, earrings' , bracelet and many more…. While we walk around to that room I’m surprised to the everything that I saw because their had a different kind of necklace, bracelet, rings and earrings, bowl, container, and jarlet and many more…. All of that is made of gold….. Filipinos is very talented and I’m proud to be a Filipino like them.. <br />
  13. 13. While we waiting for <br />the vans…<br />
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  15. 15. We will going to National Museum while we on the road…<br />
  16. 16. Second Stop<br />The National Museum<br />
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  18. 18. When we visit the national museum , I learn the past culture of Filipinos and the life of Filipino then during that time Filipino live without any technology what we had now…. They live and they contented what they surrounding had…<br />And also we see the paintings of Jose Joya Recto work the nude painting.<br />
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  21. 21. Intramuros<br />
  22. 22. In intramuros we go to the St. Agustine Church… were our vans are parking… and Manila Cathedral, Fort Santiago, Ruins of Baluarte de San Diego, Ayuntamiento Ruins, Independencia Ruins, San Ignacio Church Ruins and the Light and Sound Museum… <br />
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  24. 24. We see the heritage of Manila Cathedral and the St. Agustine Church… they had a big and oldest church in intramuros.<br />Fort Santiago built for Spanish conquistador<br />The people lives in the surrounded of Intramuros they still care and remain the old design of their place. The beautiful of intramuros is most visited of other people, the students had a fieldtrip , that want to experience or to the heritage of Intramuros.<br />
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  26. 26. Theirs a three things that I never forget when we are in intramuros. First , we learn the history and how to care or value of their beautiful place… Second, is the experiences that we encounter to look or to find the direction of a place that we look for… and the last , I develop my social skills because I meet a new friends in other courses and learn how to sacrifice to find a place…. And learn how to smile even though we are tired… and the bounding that we share to each other… that our friendships are become more stronger.<br />
  27. 27. The End…..<br />Submitted by: Submitted to:<br />Dianne Marie V. Peña Ms. Thelma Villaflores<br />Bs HRM 41a<br />