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Panagbenga is one of the famous festivals in the Philippines. It is celebrated in Baguio City every 4th week of February since it's the flower season in the city of Pines. Multi-hued costumes are worn, which imitates the various blooms in the highland region. Its name comes from local Kankana-ey term in Cordillera which means "a season of time for blossoming"; coined by Ike Picpican, curator of the Saint Louis University Museum in 1997.
Mt. Pinatubo EruptionAlbay
Mt. Pinatubo erupted on June 15, 1991 which created the largest mushroom cloud in the world. The eruption ejected 10 billion metric tons of magma and 20 million tons of sulphur dioxide.
Ati-atihan which means "to become like Aetas" is originally a pagan animist festival that Spaniards dapted in honor of Sto. Nino. This is why the Ati-atihan Festival is celebrated every Feast Day of Sto. Nino.
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Puerto Galera's excellent harbor, which is adjudged as one of the most beautiful bays in the world, is a magnet for boat and sailing enthusiasts. The Muelle Yacht Club provides facilities for the locals and members of the international community.
Kalangay or the Philippine Cockatoo, one of the most endangered species; considers the Philippines its home.

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