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  1. Also, foreigners may want to know more about Jose Rizal, so it's best to have the word "Rizal" redirect to Rizal's biography. (Web site)
  2. Rizal is a 4th class municipality in the province of Zamboanga del Norte, Philippines.
  3. Rizal is the Metro's most proximate eastern province hence, mobility poses no problem. (Web site)
  4. Rizal was subsequently arrested, tried, and executed for treason on December 30, 1896.
  5. Rizal was arrested and convicted by a military tribunal on fabricated charges of involvement with the Katipunan.
  6. Rizal is a mountainous province perched on the western slopes of the sourthern portion of the Sierra Madre mountain range.
  7. Rizal is a province of the Philippines located in the CALABARZON region in Luzon, just 20 kilometers east of Manila.

Jose Rizal

  1. Jose Rizal. The Rizal family home is now a national historical shrine.
  2. In fact, Jose Rizal's 2 novels, Noli me Tangere and El Filibusterismo precipitated the fall of the Spanish empire in the Philippines.
  3. Jose Rizal and thus, by 1896, thousands of patriotic inhabitants of the province had joined the revolutionary Katipunan.


  1. Rizal's 1896 military trial and execution made him a martyr of the Philippine Revolution.
  2. As Blumentritt had warned, these led to Rizal's prosecution as the inciter of revolution and eventually, to a military trial and execution.


  1. It also has 540 coalition sister organizations in other provinces such as Cebu, Negros Occidental, Rizal and Tarlac.
  2. The President has already blocked next week with visits to Laguna, Tarlac, Rizal, Mindoro, and Baguio.

Nueva Ecija

  1. It bounded in the north by Nueva Ecija, to the south by Rizal, to the west by Pampanga and to the east by Quezon.
  2. Relief operations in the chapters of Pampanga, Rizal, Pangasinan, Bulacan and Nueva Ecija are ongoing. (Web site)
  3. 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.

Gift Baskets

  1. Have your gift basket for Rizal Province there fast . . . (Web site)
  2. Areas such as Valenzuela, Bulacan, Rizal, Cavite and Laguna are the potential market for the DTV set-top boxes.
  3. A Rizal Province Gift Basket can often give solace to those in Rizal Province coping with hard times. (Web site)


  1. 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.
  2. The names of the new regions are acronyms for the provinces they contain (CAvite, LAguna, BAtangas, Rizal, queZON; MIndoro, MArinduque, ROmblon, PAlawan). (Web site)


  1. Rizal's capital is Antipolo City, although the provincial capitol is located in Pasig City in Metro Manila, which was the previous capital.
  2. Provides travel tips and general information with map and links to hotels and resorts in Antipolo, Rizal, Philippines.


  1. A Filipino girl eats at a flood shelter in Rodriguez, a town in Rizal, east of Manila, December 1, 2004.
  2. The petroglyphs of Angono Rizal are similar in configuration to those found in southern Thailand, Sulawesi and Malaysia. (Web site)
  3. Jos- Rodriguez, a principal n-mesis of Rizal: "Cai-gat -ga Cayo!" It was supplied through the offices of the Gutenberg Project.

National Hero

  1. Jose Rizal is a Philippine national hero). (Web site)
  2. The province was named after the national hero Jose Rizal.
  3. The province was named after the country's national hero, Jos-- Rizal. (Web site)
  4. One of the book-s characters is named Maria Clara. - On May 11, 1887, Rizal began his Grand Tour of Europe.


  1. What is particularly distinctive in Rizal's concept of the Filipino nation is its emphasis on education.
  2. The Filipino intellectuals Graciano L-pez Jaena, M. H. del Pilar, and Jos- Rizal were the foremost leaders of the movement.

Rizal Monument

  1. The remains of Jose Rizal lie within the cornerstones of Rizal Monument. (Web site)
  2. About Rizal we can say righteously: -The Spaniards, they killed him.- But about Bonifacio, we cannot be so smug. (Web site)
  3. Anyone here who has read some of Ambeth Ocampo's investigations of Rizal's life. (Web site)
  4. A program portraying the life and works of our national hero followed by a flower offering at the Rizal monument.
  5. Left to rot and decay, the fabled Rizal house was finally reconstructed after WW II, by President Elpidio Quirino.


  1. Relic of the ancient culture of the Tagalog can be seen in the existence of petroglyphs in a rockshelter at Angono, Rizal.
  2. 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. (Web site)

Fort Santiago

  1. The Rizal novels probe these two phases of the Creole revolution. (Web site)
  2. The pamphlet, written in Tagalog, warns parishioners against the writings of Rizal.
  3. Noli Me Tangere is a Spanish-language novel written by José Rizal, and published in 1887, in Europe.
  4. Another night in Manila and a solemn, enriching visit to the Jose Rizal Shrine in Fort Santiago before we set off for the airport. (Web site)
  5. Within Intramuros is the strategically important Fort Santiago, prison of Dr Jose Rizal who was executed by Spain for rebellion in 1896.

Rizal Province

  1. Taguig, municipality in the northern Philippines, on the island of Luzon, in Rizal Province.
  2. Some 57,000 hectares of Laguna de Bay, including its only large island, belong to Rizal. (Web site)
  3. The water from the lake is currently used for domestic purposes in the towns of Angono and Taytay in the Rizal province.
  4. The targeted supply source is Kaliwa River in Tanay, Rizal, and about 1,900 MLD will be supplied to around 5 million people.

Jos Rizal

  1. A propaganda movement began in the Spanish mainland, which included Jos- Rizal.
  2. Jos- Rizal, the most famous propagandist, was arrested and executed in 1896 for acts of subversion.
  3. Jos-- Rizal, is the most celebrated ilustrado , a visionary whose writings created a national identity and awareness.


  1. 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. (Web site)
  2. 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. (Web site)
  3. Augenbraum said he liked the Derbyshire and Guerrero translations, but there should be new translations of Rizal’s work.
  4. Benilde yesterday in the National Collegiate Athletics association (NCAA) seniors basketball tournament at the Rizal Memorial coliseum.

Rizal Shrine

  1. For other meanings, see Rizal (disambiguation).
  2. Rizal is politically subdivided into 22 barangays.
  3. The Rizal Shrine in Calamba is yet another must-see.
  4. In fact Rizal himself stated that he had ceased being a Mason in 1891. (Web site)
  5. Lanang Tales - An illustrated web diary of life with grandparents in Morong, Rizal.

Rizal Park

  1. Check out the restaurant row along Rizal Avenue.
  2. Outside of Intramuros is Rizal Park, a place of relaxation for Filipinos. (Web site)
  3. The Festival will end with the Rizal martyrdom commemorative rites at the Rizal Park on December 30, 2006.
  4. Gehrig beat Ruth when he scored the first recorded homerun at the Rizal complex on December 2. (Web site)
  5. O Sei San O Sei San, a Japanese samurai---s daughter taught Rizal the Japanese art of painting known as su-mie. (Web site)


  1. Teodora is 9 years younger than Francisco. 6) FRANCISCO changed his name from MERCADO to RIZAL in 1850.
  2. Upon enrolling at the Ateneo, Rizal changed his surname to "Rizal" to escape the opprobrium of the name "Mercado".


  1. Lamco and Dr. Jose Rizal were direct male descendants). (Web site)
  2. A great number of Filipinos were executed at the Luneta, most notable of whom was Jose Rizal.
  3. 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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