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Inas Falls
Philippines

Lambunao has an abbundance of waterfalls. The Inas falls are close by the West Visayas State University, College of Agriculture and Forestry. This college was formerly name INCA, (Iloilo National College of Agriculture), which is the name most people still use today. INCA again was the newer name for INAS, the Iloilo National Agricultural School, which is where the name of this waterfall comes from.

Copyright: Discover Panay
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Chargée: 07/02/2012
Mis à jour: 13/05/2014
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Tags: philippines; iloilo; lambunao; waterfall
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