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- Also, foreigners may want to know more about Jose Rizal, so it's best to have the word "Rizal" redirect to Rizal's biography.
- Rizal is a 4th class municipality in the province of Zamboanga del Norte, Philippines.
- Rizal is the Metro's most proximate eastern province hence, mobility poses no problem.
- Rizal was subsequently arrested, tried, and executed for treason on December 30, 1896.
- Rizal was arrested and convicted by a military tribunal on fabricated charges of involvement with the Katipunan.
- Rizal is a mountainous province perched on the western slopes of the sourthern portion of the Sierra Madre mountain range.
- Rizal is a province of the Philippines located in the CALABARZON region in Luzon, just 20 kilometers east of Manila.
- Jose Rizal. The Rizal family home is now a national historical shrine.
- In fact, Jose Rizal's 2 novels, Noli me Tangere and El Filibusterismo precipitated the fall of the Spanish empire in the Philippines.
- Jose Rizal and thus, by 1896, thousands of patriotic inhabitants of the province had joined the revolutionary Katipunan.
- Rizal's 1896 military trial and execution made him a martyr of the Philippine Revolution.
- As Blumentritt had warned, these led to Rizal's prosecution as the inciter of revolution and eventually, to a military trial and execution.
- It also has 540 coalition sister organizations in other provinces such as Cebu, Negros Occidental, Rizal and Tarlac.
- The President has already blocked next week with visits to Laguna, Tarlac, Rizal, Mindoro, and Baguio.
- It bounded in the north by Nueva Ecija, to the south by Rizal, to the west by Pampanga and to the east by Quezon.
- Relief operations in the chapters of Pampanga, Rizal, Pangasinan, Bulacan and Nueva Ecija are ongoing.
- Arroyo argued she was the one cheated by Poe-s camp in the provinces of Nueva Ecija, Rizal, Quezon, South Cotabato, Northern Samar and Ilocos Norte.
- Have your gift basket for Rizal Province there fast . . .
- Areas such as Valenzuela, Bulacan, Rizal, Cavite and Laguna are the potential market for the DTV set-top boxes.
- A Rizal Province Gift Basket can often give solace to those in Rizal Province coping with hard times.
- Bounded on the north by the province of Rizal, on the east by Quezon, on the west by Cavite, and on the south by Batangas.
- The names of the new regions are acronyms for the provinces they contain (CAvite, LAguna, BAtangas, Rizal, queZON; MIndoro, MArinduque, ROmblon, PAlawan).
- Rizal's capital is Antipolo City, although the provincial capitol is located in Pasig City in Metro Manila, which was the previous capital.
- Provides travel tips and general information with map and links to hotels and resorts in Antipolo, Rizal, Philippines.
- A Filipino girl eats at a flood shelter in Rodriguez, a town in Rizal, east of Manila, December 1, 2004.
- The petroglyphs of Angono Rizal are similar in configuration to those found in southern Thailand, Sulawesi and Malaysia.
- Jos- Rodriguez, a principal n-mesis of Rizal: "Cai-gat -ga Cayo!" It was supplied through the offices of the Gutenberg Project.
- Jose Rizal is a Philippine national hero).
- The province was named after the national hero Jose Rizal.
- The province was named after the country's national hero, Jos-- Rizal.
- One of the book-s characters is named Maria Clara. - On May 11, 1887, Rizal began his Grand Tour of Europe.
- What is particularly distinctive in Rizal's concept of the Filipino nation is its emphasis on education.
- The Filipino intellectuals Graciano L-pez Jaena, M. H. del Pilar, and Jos- Rizal were the foremost leaders of the movement.
- The remains of Jose Rizal lie within the cornerstones of Rizal Monument.
- About Rizal we can say righteously: -The Spaniards, they killed him.- But about Bonifacio, we cannot be so smug.
- Anyone here who has read some of Ambeth Ocampo's investigations of Rizal's life.
- A program portraying the life and works of our national hero followed by a flower offering at the Rizal monument.
- Left to rot and decay, the fabled Rizal house was finally reconstructed after WW II, by President Elpidio Quirino.
- Relic of the ancient culture of the Tagalog can be seen in the existence of petroglyphs in a rockshelter at Angono, Rizal.
- The garment industry is the top income producer in the province, and Rizal has come to be known as the seat of garment making in the Southern Tagalog region.
- The Rizal novels probe these two phases of the Creole revolution.
- The pamphlet, written in Tagalog, warns parishioners against the writings of Rizal.
- Noli Me Tangere is a Spanish-language novel written by José Rizal, and published in 1887, in Europe.
- Another night in Manila and a solemn, enriching visit to the Jose Rizal Shrine in Fort Santiago before we set off for the airport.
- Within Intramuros is the strategically important Fort Santiago, prison of Dr Jose Rizal who was executed by Spain for rebellion in 1896.
- Taguig, municipality in the northern Philippines, on the island of Luzon, in Rizal Province.
- Some 57,000 hectares of Laguna de Bay, including its only large island, belong to Rizal.
- The water from the lake is currently used for domestic purposes in the towns of Angono and Taytay in the Rizal province.
- The targeted supply source is Kaliwa River in Tanay, Rizal, and about 1,900 MLD will be supplied to around 5 million people.
- A propaganda movement began in the Spanish mainland, which included Jos- Rizal.
- Jos- Rizal, the most famous propagandist, was arrested and executed in 1896 for acts of subversion.
- Jos-- Rizal, is the most celebrated ilustrado , a visionary whose writings created a national identity and awareness.
- A startling anatomy of the hero is offered in "The First Filipino" by Le-n Maria Guerrero and in "Rizal from Within" by Ante Radaic.
- Radaic smells a rat. He notes that it's Rizal who, when he first meets Segunda Katigbak, presumes that "the tall man" with her is her novio.
- Augenbraum said he liked the Derbyshire and Guerrero translations, but there should be new translations of Rizal’s work.
- Benilde yesterday in the National Collegiate Athletics association (NCAA) seniors basketball tournament at the Rizal Memorial coliseum.
- For other meanings, see Rizal (disambiguation).
- Rizal is politically subdivided into 22 barangays.
- The Rizal Shrine in Calamba is yet another must-see.
- In fact Rizal himself stated that he had ceased being a Mason in 1891.
- Lanang Tales - An illustrated web diary of life with grandparents in Morong, Rizal.
- Check out the restaurant row along Rizal Avenue.
- Outside of Intramuros is Rizal Park, a place of relaxation for Filipinos.
- The Festival will end with the Rizal martyrdom commemorative rites at the Rizal Park on December 30, 2006.
- Gehrig beat Ruth when he scored the first recorded homerun at the Rizal complex on December 2.
- O Sei San O Sei San, a Japanese samurai---s daughter taught Rizal the Japanese art of painting known as su-mie.
- Teodora is 9 years younger than Francisco. 6) FRANCISCO changed his name from MERCADO to RIZAL in 1850.
- Upon enrolling at the Ateneo, Rizal changed his surname to "Rizal" to escape the opprobrium of the name "Mercado".
- Lamco and Dr. Jose Rizal were direct male descendants).
- A great number of Filipinos were executed at the Luneta, most notable of whom was Jose Rizal.
- Antonio Regidor who could have killed her. Rizal stayed with him in London prior to moving in with the Becketts. Dr. Regidor was also from Manila.
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