Religious Heritage

MIAG-AO CHURCH – a Fortress of the Spanish Empire?

Rumors, if passed along often enough, may turn into urban legends; and, sometimes become accepted as a historical fact. Just give it enough time to circulate around for over a generation or two. Most towns and cities have their own urban legends and the...

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Santo Tomas de Villanueva In Miagao, Iloilo

When the mission station of the Agustinians in Miagao became a parish in 1731, they built a simple church and convento (rectory). After Moro raids from the sea burned the towns and church in 1741 and 1754, the priests transfered the town to the edge of a...

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Miagao-LGU

Flag Raising Ceremony, August 20, 2018
Theme: Buwan ng Wikang Pambansa
Speaker: Dr. Genalyn L. Moscaya
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Presentation of Little Miss Hablon 2018 candidates ... See MoreSee Less

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Turn over of Bantay Dagat supplies and logistics which includes 12 units two way radio, 2 units GPS, 2 units binoculars and waterproof camera to the Municipal Bantay Dagat Task Force headed by SB Mazert Torrecampo, Municipal Agriculturist Raymundo Monroy, Provincial Bantay Dagat Carl Nonaillada, OMA staff, and fisherfolk volunteers. -- OMA Miagao ... See MoreSee Less

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Officers of Miagao Emergency Response Group (MERG) with their President Mark Ferdinand Moragas ... See MoreSee Less

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Miagao-LGU

Flag Raising Ceremony, August 13, 2018
Theme: National Electrification Awareness Month
Speaker: Maricon C. Garrido
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