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Bataan Nuclear Power Plant

Bataan Nuclear Power Plant is a nuclear power plant completed but never fuelled on Bataan Peninsula, 60 miles (97 kilometres) north of Manila, in the Philippines. As of 2006 it is the Philippines' only attempt at building a nuclear power plant.

The fuel was delivered and stored onsite, but never loaded owing to a change of government.

 
Tomas Pinpin - The Prince of Filipino Printers

Some historians dub Tomas Pinpin, as the "Prince of Filipino Printers" or the "Patriarch of Filipino Printing." He learned the art of printing about the end of 1608 in the Dominican-owned printing press in Abucay. In Abucay, Father Blancas employed in 1609 young Pinpin as an apprentice at the printing shop and taught him the art of printing.

 
Pawikan Sanctuary - Morong, Bataan

Pawikan Sanctuary in Brgy. Nagbalayong, Morong, Bataan was organized to intensify the information campaign and generate public awareness on the importance of endangered baby Olive Ridley turtles (Lepidochelys Olivacea are the smallest in the world) in our eco-system.

 
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