Who is the spanish have great contribution in the Philippines?
Ferdinand Magellan: although he was Portuguese, he reached the islands in 1521 in the service of Spain. In 1543, the Spanish named the islands after Prince Philip (later Philip II). Later, in 1564, Miguel de Legazpi (a Spaniard) set out from Mexico and founded a settlement (Cebu), converted the inhabitants into Christianity and opened up commerce with East Asia.
During the Spanish-American War, the Americans helped the Philippines get free from Spain. In 1956, America gave the Philippines their independence.
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the most important contribution of the americans in the philippines was education..
the greatest contribution of the Spaniards to the Philippines is Christianity
Bonifacio's contribution to the Philippines is that he was the leader of the Katipunan organization that started the independence revolution. Andres Bonifacio y de Castro was the leader that led the revolution against Spanish rule.
The contribution of entrepreneurship in the Philippines economy is impressive. There is a high demand for entrepreneurs in the Philippines. There were over 830,000 entrepreneurs in the Philippines in 2011.
The greatest contribution that America gave to the Philippines was Education When Americans sent Teachers t the Philippines called tomasites
Father of Geothermal Energy of the Philippines is Arturo Alcaraz. His contribution creates a great impact in our life because he is the one that powered an electric bulb through geothermal energy.
One major contribution of China in Philippines is their banking system. However, China also contributed their style, fashion, teaching and arts to the Philippines.
there is a great advantage of multinational corporation in the Philippines because it brings job to those who are unemployed...it is also beneficial to the government because of their contribution to the country at the same time.,their investment is a great improvement to the country's economy..
Lupang Hinirang is the national anthem of the Philippines. Its music was composed in 1898 by Julián Felipe, with lyrics in Spanish adapted from the poem Filipinas, written by José Palma in 1899.
she brought back the democracy in the Philippines
JuliÃ¡n Felipe Giron made remarkable contribution to the music industry in the Philippines. He is the composer of the National Anthem of the Philippines.
It was the Philippines as a Spanish Colony.
The contribution of Jose Laurel as Philippines' president was seen in promotion of the rule of law. He is the one who created jurisprudence in the Philippines.
the contribution of juan luna is to paint..... thank you....
The biggest contribution of President Ramon Magsaysay in the Philippines was the foundation of the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization in 1954. He contributed to making Malacanang a "house of the people."
Organized the first cooperative in the Philippines while in exile in Dapitan
Because the Philippines were a Spanish Colony.
It was invented by the Spanish then it was introduced to the Philippines when the Spanish colonized Philippines.
Spanish occupation of the Philippines ended in 1898.
Spanish occupation of the Philippines was created in 1521.
Cebu was the first Spanish city in the Philippines. It was founded by the Spanish Cortes in 1571.
Culture my friend. You see, due to this entire boxing thing between Philippines and Mexico and the anti-Hispanic program in the 1970s; many Filipinos have forgotten and tried to hide the fact that Spain ruled the Philippines from Mexico. Thus, bringing Mexican Spanish culture to the Philippines. Our churches (Catholic) in the Philippines, look like Mexican churches. Not European Spanish churches. Old Filipino Spanish, was based on Mexican Spanish not European Spanish (Castilian). You'll find… Read More
Philip II was in power during the Spanish Period in the Philippines. (that's why Philippines)
MAking balloons on the city
cotton research in the philippines
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He Fought for our freedom..
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Spanish colonization of the Philippines brought the disadvantages of foreign diseases to the natives. Spanish colonization brought the advantages of wealth and technology to the Philippines.
Mainly Spanishas regards language, religion(roman catholic) and culture. Islands named after King Philip of Spain. Spanish controlled for several centuries. Tagalog has many spanish-derived words, including all the numbers. Most people have Spanish- type names. Also USA during 20th century, after American-Spanish war. English is officially taught in schools,which helps Philippines people to work abroad (UK, USA, Canada, Australia etc)
The spanish empire failed invading philippines because Philippines is so awesome that the spanish failed to invade it. No jk, asians are awesome thats why.. TROLOLOLOL
One of the greatest contributions of the Japanese to the Philippines is money. Japan has contributed millions and millions of dollars to the Philippines for years.
William Howard Taft was the first US Civil Governor of the Philippines, but he got that appointment AFTER the Spanish-American War. There was no American governor f the Philippines during the Spanish-American War because until the war was over the Philippines were a Spanish possession and had a Spanish governor.
The Contribution of Benigno Aquino the third
China exports cheaper goods to Philippines that are affordable to most of the Philippines. The China government has also partnered with the Philippine government and is building roads and bridges in the Philippines.
Psychologists are the people wit great contribution in the study of psychology.
Spanish rule ended in the Philippines in 1898 when the United States defeated Spain in the Spanish-American War.
The Philippines had been a Spanish colony, and following the Spanish-American war, the US considered the Philippines to be the spoils of war, and sought to take possession of it. The population of the Philippines had other ideas, however.
Because the Spanish colonized the Philippines several hundred years ago.
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The Philippines were in revolt against Spain.
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they bought the philippines from the spanish.
Spanish influence was extremely strong in the Philippines during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
The French challenged Spanish colonization efforts in the Philippines as did many Filipinos themselves.
There were several religions in the Philippines before the spanish came in 1521, however, the predominant religion was Islam and the Philippines prior to spanish colonization was "Maharlika" or referred by the Europeans as "Muslim National Archipelago".