- 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
- The Bukid
or Bukidnon, is an Austronesian language spoken
by indigenous peoples
of Northern Mindanao
Philippines. The word...
- Balaan bukid
(English: Holy mountain, Filipino: Banal
na bundok) is a mountain located
in Baran**** Balcon
Melliza, Jordan, Guimaras. This site has a church...
- 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
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...
- Limasawa, The Martyrdom
of Rizal, Bayanihan, Magpupukot, Fiesta, Bayanihan
, Sandugo, Portrait
of Purita, The Invasion
of Li****ng, Serenade, and Muslim...
- 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...