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Travel the Philippines from home with NCCA paper crafts

By Dandi Galvez Published Aug 05, 2020 12:00 am Updated Aug 05, 2020 10:57 am

Do you still remember how it was like to travel and discover new things? If not, the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) will remind you in the most wholesome and fun way.

It's a given that most young children nowadays may be suffering some form of cabin fever from being cooped up too long at home. It is for their health and safety, after all. The easiest answer to remove the general boredom and everyday monotony is through providing some fun activities to pass away the time and get a little education at the same time.

The NCCA did just that, by providing a series of downloadable papercrafts depicting numerous Philippine historic landmarks and personalities for free.

Check them out:

The Rizal Monument.

The Metropolitan Theater in Manila.

Aguinaldo Shrine.

The templates and instructions can be downloaded for free on the NCCA website.

Images: NCCA