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El Nido Mayor Edna Gacot Lim learns about the artifacts from Dewil Valley

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El Nido Mayor Edna Gacot Lim got to know more about artifacts recovered from her town that say a lot about its history.

In a Facebook post, Lim said she got a visit from Ellie de Castro, who is part of the University of the Philippines – Archaeological Studies Program that studies the Dewil Valley.

They talked about the items recovered from the site, including a tiger’s foot, evidence of cremation and burial sites, and pots.

Dewil Valley was recently declared a National Cultural Treasure, and they also discussed the regulations to be imposed in the area, and how to improve the site.

Cultural tourism is looking good!

“Paa ng tigre, mga bakas ng cremation, mga burial sites, ang pinakamatandang ebidensya ng halamang ugat na ube sa bansa, at mga palayok na may mga larawan – iilan lamang ito sa mga ibinahagi ni Bb. Ellie de Castro sa inyong lingkod sa pagbisita niya sa aking opisina. Siya ay bahagi ng University of the Philippines – Archaeological Studies Program, Palawan Project na siyang nag-aaral ng Dewil Valley.

Matatandaan na kamakailan ay idineklarang National Cultural Treasure ang Dewil Valley. Sa pagbisita ni Bb. de Castro ay aming napag-usapan ang pagpapalago pa ng Dewil Valley sa pamamagitan ng mga regulations at pagpapaganda ng site.

Maaasahan na ating pagyayamanin ang ating turismong kultural!

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