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Moriones Festival

Moriones Festival

Moriones Festival, an annual event scheduled for the Holy Week, which starts today, Palm Sunday, and whose focal point is culture and religion Marinduque is sometimes described by some Filipinos as the heartbeat of this once described as Perla del Mar de Oriente. The festival’s unique name is derived from the armor worn by Roman soldiers. In the context of Philippines’ festivals, the word makes reference to the locals who play dress up adorning the costumes that Roman soldiers wore in past Biblical times. File photo by Teddy Pelaez

Moriones Festival

Topics: Moriones Festival , Holy Week , Palm Sunday , Perla del Mar de Oriente
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