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Landmark's last days

A worker sweeps the front of the National Planetarium at Rizal Park in Manila on Tuesday. The 46-year-old building will be decommissioned and demolished to give way to the development plans of the National Parks Development Committee, including a new Planetarium structure. In its heyday, it featured four daily regular shows and a permanent exhibit in the main building, featuring paintings of Philippine astronomical myths and beliefs and diorama representations of the solar system, major constellations and astronomists. 

Topics: National Planetarium , Rizal Park , National Parks Development Committee
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