Marinduque’s Moriones festival is one of the most colorful festivals in the country. The participants use morion masks to depict the Roman soldiers and Syrian mercenaries within the story of the Passion of the Christ.
Under the domain of rituals and festive events, the Moriones Festival is being proposed for nomination by the Philippines for inclusion in the intangible cultural heritage lists within the coming few years.
Keep this tradition alive, dive into the Philippines’ intangible cultural heritage!
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