Tal­i­bong

Panay News - - REGION -  By Jun Aguirre

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The tal­i­bong, or fight­ing sword, was used by lo­cals to pro­tect them­selves dur­ing the Span­ish and Ja­panese oc­cu­pa­tions in Ak­lan. They are now dis­played at the Ak­lan Mu­seum on Martelino Street in Kal­ibo.

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