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A Presentation Created By: Abraham Bennet V. Lucero
A Presentation Created By: Abraham Bennet V. Lucero
A Presentation Created By: Abraham Bennet V. Lucero
A Presentation Created By: Abraham Bennet V. Lucero
A Presentation Created By: Abraham Bennet V. Lucero
A Presentation Created By: Abraham Bennet V. Lucero

A Presentation Created By:

Abraham Bennet V. Lucero

 The design was the work of Swiss sculptor named Richard Kissling who won second
 The design was the work of Swiss sculptor named Richard Kissling who won second
 The design was the work of Swiss sculptor named Richard Kissling who won second
 The design was the work of Swiss sculptor named Richard Kissling who won second
 The design was the work of Swiss sculptor named Richard Kissling who won second

The design was the work of Swiss sculptor named Richard Kissling who won second prize in an art

competition that was held in 1907

to find the best scale model for the future Rizal monument. The first prize went to Italian sculptor Carlo Nicoli of Carrara

but for some reason, the contract to build the monument was given to the second-prize winner.

Carlo Nicoli of Carrara but for some reason, the contract to build the monument was given
 Most of these wrappers, made with Art Deco or Art Nouveau designs, were produced
 Most of these wrappers, made with Art Deco or Art Nouveau designs, were produced
 Most of these wrappers, made with Art Deco or Art Nouveau designs, were produced
 Most of these wrappers, made with Art Deco or Art Nouveau designs, were produced

Most of these wrappers, made with Art Deco or Art Nouveau designs, were produced in Binondo

during the turn-of-the-century. An

old cigarette label, Las Delicias, even went to the extreme by featuring Rizal smoking a cigar.

turn-of-the-century. An old cigarette label, Las Delicias, even went to the extreme by featuring Rizal smoking
turn-of-the-century. An old cigarette label, Las Delicias, even went to the extreme by featuring Rizal smoking
 In July 1892, after being implicated in a rebellion, Rizal was deported to Dapitan
 In July 1892, after being implicated in a rebellion, Rizal was deported to Dapitan
 In July 1892, after being implicated in a rebellion, Rizal was deported to Dapitan
 In July 1892, after being implicated in a rebellion, Rizal was deported to Dapitan

In July 1892, after being implicated in a rebellion, Rizal was deported to Dapitan in the province of Zamboanga, a peninsula of Mindanao. There he built a school, a hospital and a water supply system, and taught and engaged in farming and horticulture. Abaca, then the vital raw material for cordage and which Rizal and his students planted in the thousands, was a memorial.

Abaca, then the vital raw material for cordage and which Rizal and his students planted in
 The statue of Rizal stands at 22 feet (6.7 meters). It is placed on
 The statue of Rizal stands at 22 feet (6.7 meters). It is placed on
 The statue of Rizal stands at 22 feet (6.7 meters). It is placed on
 The statue of Rizal stands at 22 feet (6.7 meters). It is placed on
 The statue of Rizal stands at 22 feet (6.7 meters). It is placed on

The statue of Rizal stands at 22 feet (6.7 meters). It is placed on top of a 2.8 meter podium consisting of a 15- step stairway which symbolizes one decade since Rizal was born in 1861. It also has a granite pedestal of 7.87 feet and a 13.12 feet circular stairway base. The monument’s total

height is 43 feet and is located at

The Plaza, a 6.7 hectares park in front of the Calamba City Hall. The statue was sculpted by Jonas Roces.

 Perhaps the weirdest and most unique monument of Rizal is the monument located in
 Perhaps the weirdest and most unique monument of Rizal is the monument located in
 Perhaps the weirdest and most unique monument of Rizal is the monument located in
 Perhaps the weirdest and most unique monument of Rizal is the monument located in

Perhaps the weirdest and most unique monument of Rizal is the monument located in Catbalogan

City, Samar. The monument is a bust of Rizal, on the top of his two

novels Noli Me Tangere and El

Filibusterismo which are carried

by three muscular men who are all naked except for a leaf that covers their frontal private parts. The

monument was sculptured by

Miguel Alcazar, a native of Catbalogan.

for a leaf that covers their frontal private parts. The monument was sculptured by Miguel Alcazar,
 The Vatican has an area of 44 hectares compared with Rizal Park’s 58 hectares.
 The Vatican has an area of 44 hectares compared with Rizal Park’s 58 hectares.
 The Vatican has an area of 44 hectares compared with Rizal Park’s 58 hectares.
 The Vatican has an area of 44 hectares compared with Rizal Park’s 58 hectares.

The Vatican has an area of 44 hectares compared with Rizal

Park’s 58 hectares. Rizal Park

or Luneta Park is considered one of the largest urban park in Asia.

 The Independence Flagpole, which is located in front of the Rizal Monument in Luneta.
 The Independence Flagpole, which is located in front of the Rizal Monument in Luneta.
 The Independence Flagpole, which is located in front of the Rizal Monument in Luneta.
 The Independence Flagpole, which is located in front of the Rizal Monument in Luneta.
 The Independence Flagpole, which is located in front of the Rizal Monument in Luneta.
 The Independence Flagpole, which is located in front of the Rizal Monument in Luneta.

The Independence Flagpole,

which is located in front of the

Rizal Monument in Luneta.

Just across the flagpole you can find the marble marker

with a Kilometer Zero (KM 0),

the point of origin for

measuring the distance going to provinces and cities in the country.

with a Kilometer Zero (KM 0), the point of origin for measuring the distance going to
 A forty-foot statue of Lapu- Lapu can also be seen at the Teodoro F.
 A forty-foot statue of Lapu- Lapu can also be seen at the Teodoro F.
 A forty-foot statue of Lapu- Lapu can also be seen at the Teodoro F.
 A forty-foot statue of Lapu- Lapu can also be seen at the Teodoro F.

A forty-foot statue of Lapu- Lapu can also be seen at the Teodoro F. Valencia

Circle in Rizal Park. The

P15-million brass statue was a gift by the Korean Freedom League as appreciation and to honor the memory of freedom- loving Filipinos who helped during the Korean War in

the early 1950s. The statue

was sculpted by artist Juan

Sajid.

loving Filipinos who helped during the Korean War in the early 1950s. The statue was sculpted
 http://myrizal150.com/2011/06/the-story-of-the-rizal-monument/  http://pinoykollektor.blogspot.com/2011/06/

http://myrizal150.com/2011/06/the-story-of-the-rizal-monument/

http://pinoykollektor.blogspot.com/2011/06/

rizal-on-cigarette-wrappers.html

http://maniladayandnight.blogspot.com/2015/06/15-surprising-facts-about-jose-

rizal-that-you-probably-didnt-know.html#sthash.tTxPiAl1.dpuf

 http://faq.ph/25-facts-you-should-know-about-rizal-monument-and-luneta-park/