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Home Sections History Retracing a Piece of Philippine History in Madrid at Digital Journal and The Filipino Web Channel
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Tuesday, 15 November 2011 15:49




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M adrid hosts the monument of the Philippine national hero Jose Rizal, perhaps some kind of atonement for his execution ordered by Spanish colonial authorities 115 years ago. Read more:


On a visit there a few weeks ago, I went to where Jose Rizal, the Philippine national hero, stayed and studied. I found some which are close to each other in Barrio de las Letras.


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