“Legacy: Philippine World Heritage Site” is a documentary film narrated by Mr. Augusto F. Villalon, a Filipino architect. The documentary film chronicles about his trips to the different Philippine world heritage sites as declared by UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization).
The world holds so many wonders, from the natural landscapes to the remarkable structures built by man; nature and man working together. These wonders showcase marvels of nature and brilliance of human intellect. It’s our history and heritage. All hope to preserve these wonders for a chance for everyone and the future generations to behold these marvels. But sadly, there is a continuous deterioration and disappearances of our world’s natural and cultural heritage so the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) adopted the “World Heritage Convention”, a treaty whose goal is to protect and preserve the world heritage sites for all time. As of July 2002, there have been more than 750 sites on the world heritage list, 8 of which are in the Philippines. Mr. Villalon is a renowned Filipino architect. He is a lover old building, Filipino historical structures and landmarks and an advocate of heritage conservation. He has garnered many awards because of his works on the restoration of old buildings. This film recounts his journey as he travels to the eight Filipino world heritage sites.
First on the list of Philippine World Heritage Sites is the Tubbataha Reef in Cagayancillo, Palawan. The Tubbataha Reef National Marine Park in Palawan is one of the marine environments so pristine that now, it can only be found on few places on Earth. It comprised by two coral atolls, the north atoll and the south atoll. These two atolls are separated by a small channel. A noticeable landmark in the north atoll is the ranger station. Military personnel periodically roam and patrol the area to monitor illegal entries. North of the ranger station...
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