List of Bohol provincial symbols
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The following is a list of symbols of Bohol province, Philippines.
"Awit sa Bohol"
|N/A||The hymn was originally composed and written in English by Justino R. Romea. A Cebuano version of the hymn exists entitled "Awit sa Bohol" which was translated by Maxelende Ganade.|
|Flag||Provincial Flag of Bohol|
|Locally known as the Antolihaw or Dimodlaw|
|Featured in the Ubi Festival which is held in January annually.|
|The flower represents the innocenece and naturalness of the residents of Bohol. Hospitality is represented by the flower's long bowing styles. The tender structure with pollens symbolizes the residents' simple preferences and modest necessities. The petals, which have a greenish hue and are closely knitted, symbolize the loyalty and constancy of the residents of Bohol in both good and bad times.|
|Hero||Francisco Dagohoy||Also known as Francisco Sendrijas, the individual led one of the most longest revolts during the Spanish colonization period, the Dagohoy Rebellion.|
- "Provincial Symbols of Bohol". Bohol. 17 May 2002. Retrieved 8 December 2006.