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Philippines, Mount Mantalingayan

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Philippines, Mount Mantalingayan Mount Mantalingayan, also known as Mantaling, is located in the southern part of Palawan Island. The top of the mountain is the highest peak of the island – 2100 meters. In addition,

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Philippines, Mount Pulag

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Philippines, Mount Pulag Mount Pulag is the third highest peak in the Philippines and the highest mountain of the island of Luzon (2922 meters). It is located at the junction of three Luzonian regions – Benguet, Ifugao

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Philippines, Mount Banachau

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Philippines, Mount Banachau Banachau Mountain, also known as Banachao, is an active volcano located on the Philippine island of Luzon on the border of the Laguna and Quezon regions. The height of the Banachau volcano is 2158

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Philippines, Mount Luho

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Philippines, Mount Luho Mount Luho – the highest place on the island, 100 m above sea level. At the top of the mountain there is a small cafe where you can quench your thirst with soft drinks, relax in a hammock.   You

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Philippines, Mount Arayat

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Philippines, Mount Arayat Mount Arajat is a potentially active volcano located on the Philippine island of Luzon. Its height is 1026 meters. No eruption has been recorded so far. Arayat is considered a mystical mountain,

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Philippines, Mount Alcon

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Philippines, Mount Alcon Mount Alcon, also known as Chalcon, is the highest peak of Mindoro Island and the third highest in the Philippines. The height of the mountain is 2586 meters above sea level. Many lovers of mountain

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Philippines, Mount Apo

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Philippines, Mount Apo Mount Apo is a potentially active volcano located on the island of Mindanao, 40 km northeast of the city of Davao. The word “apo” in the language of the local population means “ancestor”.

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Philippines, Volcano Taal

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Philippines, Volcano Taal Taal Volcano is an active volcano located 50 km south of Manila in the province of Batangas. It is located in the center of the lake of the same name with an area of ​​243 square meters. km The

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Philippines, Pinatubo Volcano

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Philippines, Pinatubo Volcano Pinatubo Volcano is an active volcano located on Luzon Island, 87 km from Manila. The last time the volcano erupted in 1991, although it was previously considered extinct, because it had “slept”

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Philippines, Volcano Mayon

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Philippines Volcano Mayon Mayon volcano is the most active volcano in the Philippine archipelago, located on the Bicol peninsula near the town of Legaspi. The height of Mayon, which has an almost perfect conical shape, is

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Philippines, Volcano Kanlaon

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Philippines Volcano Kanlaon Kanlaon Volcano is an active volcano located on the island of Negros, 30 km from Bacolod, the capital of the island and its most populated city. The volcano, which is part of the Kanlaon Mountain

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Philippines, Pinsal Waterfalls

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Philippines, Pinsal Waterfalls Pinsal Waterfalls are located in the province of Ilokos Sur on Luzon Island about an hour from the town of Santa Maria. You can get here on foot from the nearby town of Pilar – a series

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Philippines, Vigan

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Philippines, Vigan The town of Vigan is located on the western shore of the Philippine island of Luzon. It is the capital of the island province of Ilokos Sur. The population is just over 9 thousand people. The 6th President

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Philippines, Lon Wa Buddhist Temple

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Philippines, Lon Wa Buddhist Temple The Lon Ba Buddhist temple, located in the city of Davao, is one of the largest Buddhist temples in the Philippines and the largest on the island of Mindanao. It is located on Cabagio Avenue,

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Philippines, Brooks Point

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Philippines, Brooks Point Brooks Point is a small town in the province of Palawan. Named after Sarawak’s first white rajah, Sir James Brooke, the city gained fame for its work in developing and promoting ecotourism.