The National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP) has been on a roll, opening its nth museum in the last few months – yesterday the Martial Law Museum, in the last few months Calamba’s renovated Rizal Shrine, the Quezon Shrine at the Quezon Memorial Circle, Tanauan’s new Mabini Museum, Taal’s Agoncillo-Apacible Museum, and in a few weeks in Dapitan for a new take on Rizal’s exile place.

Wednesday, April 27, NHCP Chair Maria Serena “Maris” Diokno and her team of historians, curators, graphic artists, electronic technology experts, a carpenter, plumber, electrician plus the resident museum staff opened to the public the newly-renovated and expanded Juan and Antonio Luna Museum, in Badoc, Ilocos Norte.

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