San Joaquin Cemetery

Worked amid the Spanish-frontier time of the Philippines, the San Joaquin burial ground was started in 1892 by Fray Mariano Vamba, the last Augustinian ward minister of the town. A statue of Jesus with his arms outstretched stands on top of a Baroque-style door, and on every side of Christ, two segments with saintly figures [...]

Filipino Traditions and Cultures

Filipino Traditions and Cultures

  The Republic of the Philippines was named to respect King Philip II of Spain in 1543. Filipinos are initially from the southern piece of Asia. Individuals from nations such as China, India, the United States and Spain wedded Filipinos bringing about a lot of stock mixing. 79 indigenous ethnic gatherings form the Filipino individuals. [...]