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PHILIPPINE NATIONAL MUSEUM

The Philippine National Museum is the repository and guardian of the Philippine's natural and cultural heritage. Its goal is to instill cultural consciousness and a sense of pride and nationalism among Filipino citizens through its activities covering sciences, education and culture. Established in 1901 as an ethnography and natural history museum, and subsequently housed in its present building which was designed in 1918 by the American Architect, Daniel Burnham, the National Museum has since then broadened its concerns in the arts and sciences. Today, it occupies two buildings the formaer old Congress Building and the adjacent former finance building in the Agrifina Circle of Rizal Park now called The National Museum of the Filipino People.

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