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Tower of Wawa
Philippines

Angono Lakeview Park (Wawa) is a fishing community in Angono Rizal. It became a picnic and a family gathering area. A Tower at the edge of the lake carries the same Angono paintings signature "Art capital of the Philippines.

Copyright: Alex Dennis Bolado
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送信日: 22/06/2011
更新日: 07/08/2014
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