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Philippines

The Republic of the Philippines

"Maka-Diyos, Maka-Tao, Makakalikasan at Makabansa"

Overview
Philippines
History
Prehistory
Classical period
Spanish period
Dutch invasions
British occupation
American period
Japanese occupation
Third Republic
Marcos era
Fifth Republic
Geography
Geography
Climate
Environment
Wildlife
Island groups
Ecoregions
Landmarks
Extreme points
Politics and Government
Politics
Government
Constitution
Congress
Senate
House of Representatives
President
Cabinet
Supreme Court
Elections
Foreign relations
Human rights
Armed Forces
Local government
Regions
Provinces
Cities
Municipalities
Barangay
Sitio
Purok
Economy
Economy
Philippine Stock Exchange
Philippine peso
Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas
Business process outsourcing
Companies
Fiscal policy
Taxation
Telecommunications
Tourism
Transportation
Society and Culture
Demographics
People
Ethnic groups
Educations
Health
Languages
Culture
Architecture
Art
Cinema
Cuisine
Music
Dance
Festivals
Public holidays
Literature
Religion
Mythology
Sports
Philippines at the Olympics
Martial arts
Postage stamps and postal history
Water supply and sanitation
Symbolism
National symbols
Name
Flag
Coat of Arms
Lupang Hinirang
National motto
National language
Sampaguita
Narra
Philippine Eagle
Eskrima
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