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Don Mariano Marcos Bridge: The 3rd Longest Bridge in the Philippines

The Don Mariano Marcos Bridge is the third longest of its kind in the country. Its total length is even longer than Calaba Bridge spanning 886.812 meters across the Lagben River connecting municipalities of Tayum and Dolores (The Philippine Star, 16 April 2017).

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Don Mariano Marcos Bridge: The 3rd Longest Bridge in the Philippines
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The Igorots and their American spectators at the Lewis and Clark Exposition.

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The city government is planning to reopen the Loakan airport by 2020.

Cordillera region's only airport located in Baguio City ceased commercial operations following the damage incurred by the earthquake that struck northern Luzon in 1990.

Source: Liza Agoot/Philippine News Agency

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The Abrenian Heritage Film Festival (Philippines) is accepting short films until August 31st, 2019.

Abrenian Heritage Film Festival aims to discover, encourage, and support the aspiring filmmakers from the Abra Province that articulate, interpret and express the Abrenian cultural heritage.

The festival is open for all teachers and students of the Department of Education (DepEd) in the 27 municipalities of Abra Province.

The festival value works that have high regard for the narrative, characters and its technical aspects and how these elements are creatively weaved together into one coherent whole using elements of cinema.

Visually represents the Abrenian heritage and what is current in our provincial culture, folklores, characters, local stories, beliefs, and legends; explore the boundaries of originality, creativity and independence in presenting the film and explore new ways to excite audiences and enrich their regional film experiences.

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