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Theatre And Shopping Mall Iwahig Prison
Philippines

The Theatre And Shopping Mall in the  Iwahig Prison in Puerto princesa. This is the place where you can see the famous ihawig dancing inmate show. During the day the inmates sell here there self produced handicraft.

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