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Where was the original Philippine flag lost?
In a few recorded exchanges, Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo himself claimed that the original flag was lost. In 1919, he lamented its loss in Nueva Vizcaya’s Caraballo mountains; six years later, he said it disappeared in Tayug, Pangasinan. Curiously, a damaged, battle-worn flag is currently on display at the Gen.
Why is it illegal to wear the Philippine flag?
The Intellectual Property Code states that a symbol containing the flag or coat of arms, or any insignia of the Philippines cannot be registered as a trademark. … The rationale behind it is, that’s a national symbol – owned by the public. No individual firm or entity can own it.
What is the punishment for disrespecting the Philippine national flag?
Violators shall, upon conviction, be punished with a fine of between P5,000 and P20,000, imprisonment of not more than one year, or both.
When facing the flag What color should blue be?
Hanging vertically at the sides or middle of the one-way traffic road, the blue field should be at the left of the observer.
Why did Amorsolo painted the Making of the Philippine flag?
It is believed that Fernando Amorsolo made this painting to show the citizen of the Philippines of how the Philippine flag was made and to remind them the traditions and customs that we did not realize it becomes faded.