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- Mga Anak-Bukid (literally "Children of the Farmlands", the title can be translated simply as "The Farmlanders") is a 1911 Tagalog-language novel written...
- The Bukid language, Binukid or Bukidnon, is a Manobo language of the island of Mindanao in the Philippines. Binukid is spoken in the following areas...
- Dalagang Bukid (English: Country Maiden) is a 1919 Filipino silent film directed by José Nepomuceno. It is the first Filipino feature film to be locally...
- San Andres (also San Andres Bukid, bukid being the Tagalog for "farm" or "[rice] field") is a district of Manila, Philippines. San Andres shares its northeastern...
- Balaan bukid(English: Holy mountain, Filipino: Banal na bundok) is a mountain located in Baran**** Balcon Melliza, Jordan, Guimaras. This site has a church...
- 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...
- Vals, and Marina. At the age of 15, she starred in the sarsuela Dalagang Bukid, where she became known for singing the song, Nabasag na Banga. During the...
- include the Spanish-derived probinsiya ("province") and the Cebuano term bukid ("mountain"). When used generally, the term refers to a rustic or uncivilized...
- hosted in Manila, Philippines. September 19 – The silent film Dalagang Bukid by José Nepomuceno was released. It is the first film to be produced locally...
- Most Rev. Antonio R. Tobias, DD., JCL. (born June 13, 194 in San Andres Bukid, Manila). He was ordained as a priest on December 21, 1965 at the Manila...