Head to the Moriones
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Moriones Festival is a religious festival held annually in Marinduque during the Holy Week. The Moriones are male and female participants who dress like Roman soldiers in commemoration of Saint Longinus, the Roman soldier who stabbed Jesus on his side. “Morion” , literally means mask which was a part of the Roman soldiers’ armor.

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