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THE BALCONY. The balcony where Emilio Aguinaldo heralded the Philippine flag in celebration of the 1st Philippines Independence Day in Kawit, Cavite on June 12, 1898.

The Balcony of Emilio Aguinaldo’s mansion

 

 This is a closer look at The Balcony of Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo’s mansion in Kawit, Cavite where the Philippine flag was heralded during the celebration of the 1st Philippines Independence on June 12, 1898. Viewed 21698 times by 3709 viewers ADMINJuan Manila Express is a magazine-themed blog of different niche from daily grind to headline news, to entertainment updates and social media related topics. Email us at [email protected] for your suggestions and comments. Thank you for visiting!More Posts

On 12 June, at Aguinaldo's ancestral home in Cavite, Philippine independence was proclaimed and The Act of Declaration of Philippine Independence was read. The act had been prepared and written in Spanish by Ambrosio Rianzares Bautista, who also read its proclamation.

El Presidente vividly recaptured Philippine Revolution on the big screen inspired by the memoirs of Emilio Aguinaldo

 

 To begin with, El Presidente, official entry to the 38th Metro Manila Film Festival – also awarded 2nd Best Picture, is a good film that touches the turbulent periods in Philippine history. Every scene is carefully directed, no dragging moments, fast-paced, minimal suspense, and a take to replicate what really had happened during those period years. El Presidente vividly recaptured Philippine Revolution on the big screen inspired by the memoirs of Emilio Aguinaldo and was well directed by Mark Meiley giving importance from the littlest details (make-up, soundtrack) to the most noticeable aspects (cinematography, special effects, acting) on the big […]