Map of religion in The Philippines in the late 1800s #map #Philippines #religion

Map of religion in The Philippines in the late 1800s #map #Philippines #religion

A religious/luck altar in a local diner. Like many cultures shaped by various waves of colonialism religion in the Philippines is a strange mix of different faiths.

A religious/luck altar in a local diner. Like many cultures shaped by various waves of colonialism religion in the Philippines is a strange mix of different faiths.

Religion in the Philippines is marked by a wide range of spiritual beliefs, including Catholics, Members Church of God International, Iglesia ni Cristo, Aglipayans, Protestants, Muslims, Buddhists, Atheists, Agnostics, animists, and Hindus.

Religion in the Philippines is marked by a wide range of spiritual beliefs, including Catholics, Members Church of God International, Iglesia ni Cristo, Aglipayans, Protestants, Muslims, Buddhists, Atheists, Agnostics, animists, and Hindus.

Where is this? Only in my dreams? I've come to find out this place is called  Banaue Rice Terraces, and it's located in the Philippines.

Where is this? Only in my dreams? I've come to find out this place is called Banaue Rice Terraces, and it's located in the Philippines.

Philippine gods and goddesses of the ancient Visayas. Ancient Visayan Deities in Philippine Mythology

Philippine gods and goddesses of the ancient Visayas. Ancient Visayan Deities in Philippine Mythology

In the Philippines, Christianity is the national religion. Special ceremonies (like fiestas) are celebrated in honor of a patron saint. Although, there are other religions in this country - including Muslims, Catholic, Iglesia ni Cristo, and Buddhists. Similar to the Muslims in Islam, the Muslims in the Philippines also wear traditional clothing on a daily basis (such as the hijab).

In the Philippines, Christianity is the national religion. Special ceremonies (like fiestas) are celebrated in honor of a patron saint. Although, there are other religions in this country - including Muslims, Catholic, Iglesia ni Cristo, and Buddhists. Similar to the Muslims in Islam, the Muslims in the Philippines also wear traditional clothing on a daily basis (such as the hijab).

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