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Mariano Limjap (October 19, 1856 – March 4, 1926) was a Filipino revolutionary who is part of the Katipunan (KKK). He was also a businessman, philanthropist, and nationalist. He was incarcerated both during the Spanish and American eras. After the Philippine–American War, he was included in the committee for the creation of a Rizal monument in Luneta as decreed by Act No. 243, approved by the United States Philippine Commission.
- Division of Insular Affairs, War Department (1901). "Public Laws and Resolutions Passed by the United States Philippine Commission", p.689. Washington: Government Printing Office.
- "Mariano Limjap (1856-1926)". (2009). National Historical Commission of the Philippines. Historical marker, Binondo, Manila.
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