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ANG SUPREMO

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“Ang Supremo” is a 3-meter tall brass-bronze statue made by Ben-Hur Villanueva which gives life to the event wherein the Katipuneros with Andres Bonifacio tore up their cedulas in protest of the Spanish ruling over the land of the Philippines. There's a second figure who is Lakambini, the wife of Bonifacio, holding a flag. And the last figure is a Katipunero and a member holding a spear.




THE TREES

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Sculpted by Reynato Paz Contreras, The trees is 6.5-meter tall sculpture composed of three interlocking trees representing the circle of life. The branches, as everybody says, represent stability.


KASAYSAYAN BAWAT ORAS

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A 16-meter work of reinforced brass sheet and cement created by Juan Sajid de Leon Imao. It is surrounded by seven paper-like dolls representing the 7,100 islands of the Philippines.

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KASAKALIKASAN

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Jerusalino V. Araos made a 3,556-sqm garden which serves as an eye-opener to value nature despite an urban setting. Kasalikasan is a combination of four words which is Kasali Ka Sa Kalikasan, which means “interacting or being one with nature.”

BALANGHAI

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A kinetic sculpture which is composed of three sails that represents the 3 island groups - Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao moving in the path of the wind.


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by: Alissandra Mikhaela O. De Vera

Credits to Ms. Ashley Fauna
Photos taken: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?p=39002660