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Here’s a visual tour through some of the Philippines’ most spectacular scenery.
Photo by Lawrence Reyes
Located in the Bohol region, this UNESCO-recognized National Geological Monument consists of over 1,700 nearly-identical mounds, which reach a height between 100 m & 500 m.
Badat Village Rice Terrace
Photo by Eesti
I didn’t finish the stories until we went to the Philippines and I got malaria. I couldn’t work and I didn’t have any money, but I had seven stories. So I wrote three or four more.
Photo by Maria Vorraa
Built just off the coast of the Camiguin Island, a large cross commemorates the location of a cemetery that was sunk by a volcano eruption over a century ago.
Photo by Storm Crypt
A church bell tower stands as a lone testament of the 1814 eruption of the Mt. Mayon volcano, which is still considered active.