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IFUGAO

Ifugao is a landlocked province in Luzon, which borders the provinces of Benguet, Mountain Province, Isabela, and Nueva Vizcaya. The name "Ifugao" originated from the local terms "i" which means people and "pugo" which means hill. When combined, these two words form the name "i-pugo", which means "people of the hills". 

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Often recognized as the "eighth wonder of the world", the Banaue Rice Terraces in Ifugao is a man-made tourist attraction carved by the locals more than 2000 years ago. Its terraces resemble the steps on a staircase, and they were used by the Ifugaos to grow and cultivate rice, which is an essential part of their diet.

The view is characterized by a rich palette of lush greens and less prominent hues of mountain ridge browns. These colors represent the attraction's bountiful produce.

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