Bajo de Masinloc is under the jurisdiction of the town of Masinloc during the Spanish colonization era. Bajo de Masinloc is just about 120 nautical miles from Zambales coast and well inside the United Nation's mandated 200 miles Exclusive Economic Zones.
Masinloc Muncipal Hall located in the highway.
Apparently this Masinloc Church was built during the Spanish colonial era, however there is
no marker or plaque indicating the date it was built. Also the door is closed that time and not able to talk to the Priest or incharge of the Church.
Seaside area of Masinloc town. Near the town public market.
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June 22, 2016
Masinloc Grand Protest Rally against China's invasion, Occupation and Militarization of the West Philippine Sea organized by the National Youth Movement for the West Philippine Sea (NYMWPS) on collaboration with the PRRV and KOMPre Zambales Chapters.
Fishermen from Masinloc together with the leader of PPRV and KOMPre Zambales chapter held a meeting before the raly.
NYMWPS National Chair Philippines, Sir Gerald Miranda, leads the fisherfolk of Zambales, residents of Masinloc, and other advocates of West Philippine Sea during the protest rally at Masinloc, Zambales,
NYMWPS Global Secretariat Ma'am Norms Vittoria Silvestre, leads the fisherfolk of Zambales, residents of Masinloc, and other advocates of West Philippine Sea during the protest rally.
The arrival of the group of Ex Cong. Roilo Golez the leader of MARCHA (Movement and Alliance to Resist China's Aggression)
Ex Cong. Roilo Golez
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