- Dalagang Bukid
Maiden) is a 1919 Filipino silent
by José Nepomuceno. It is the first Filipino feature
film to be locally...
- San Andres
(also San Andres Bukid
, bukid being
for "farm" or "[rice] field") is a district
of Manila, Philippines. San Andres shares
- Balaan bukid
(English: Holy mountain, Filipino: Banal
na bundok) is a mountain located
in Baran**** Balcon
Melliza, Jordan, Guimaras. This site has a church...
- The Bukid
or Bukidnon, is an Austronesian language spoken
by indigenous peoples
of Northern Mindanao
Philippines. The word...
- Mga Anak-Bukid
(literally "Children of the Farmlands", the title
can be translated simply
as "The Farmlanders") is a 1911 Tagalog-language novel
the Spanish-derived probinsiya
("province") and the Cebuano
("mountain"). When used generally, the term refers
to a rustic
- Vals, and Marina. At the age of 15, she starred
in the sarsuela Dalagang Bukid
she became known
the song, Nabasag
na Banga. During
- Limasawa, The Martyrdom
of Rizal, Bayanihan, Magpupukot, Fiesta, Bayanihan
, Sandugo, Portrait
of Purita, The Invasion
of Li****ng, Serenade, and Muslim...
of Pandacan, north
of Malate, northwest
of San Andres Bukid
, and east of Ermita. According
to the 2000 census, it has a po****tion of...
- 1919 when he produced
the first Filipino silent
film entitled Dalagang Bukid
. The film starred Atang
de la Rama, a ****ure National Artist
of the Philippines...