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Lakad Bonifacio sa Binondo
Brought to you by Bahay Nakpil-Bautista and the Center for Katipunan Studies
Remembering August 1896
Outbreak of the revolution for freedom. Headed by Andres Bonifacio, Supremo, KKKNMANB.
In an article posted on December 13, 2013, Ian Christopher B. Alfonso, History Researcher with the National Historical Commission of the Philippines traces the roots of Julio Nakpil’s composition and expounds why the anthem was sung last November 30, 2013.Continue Reading...
Closed for the special non-working holidays on Nov. 18-19, 2015.
Nov. 28 2015 Saturday, Lakad Bonifacio
In the 1880’s Manila became a center of artistic activities. During the last three final exhibitions of that century before the outbreak of the 1896 revolution, the artists of Quiapo dominated the scene, mostly women. Doña Petrona Nakpil de Bautista was one of them. She excelled in the fine arts category of painting using oil on canvass as her medium. It is also said that she ornamented her own wedding dress, and her sisters’ ‘saya’ with hand-painted flowers. (more…)
Outbreak of the revolution for freedom. Headed by Andres Bonifacio, Supremo, KKKNMANB. (more…)
Fernando N. Zialcita Ph.D.
Department of Sociolology and Anthropology
Ateneo de Manila University