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THE REPUBLIKA NG KATAGALUGAN

FLAGS AND SYMBOLS FROM 1800 TO 1900 CENTURY

The Republika ng Katagalugan ( Tagalog Republic) was an organization founded by Macario Sakay in the Southern of Luzon in 1902. Like the Katipunan, the Republika ng Katagalugan had an established government, a constitution and a flag similar to that of Andres Bonifacio's. It was considered as a successor of the KKK which continued the Philippine struggle for independence.

FLAG OF THE " REPUBLIKA NG KATAGALUGAN" - 1902
Flag adopted by Sakay and his men, note the particular shape of the letter K written in baybayin.

FLAG OF THE " REPUBLIKA NG KATAGALUGAN " - 1902
flag of the Republic built by Macario Sakay and his followers.

ORIGINAL SKETCH OF THE SAKAY FLAG AS SHOWN IN PIR-SD 1311 (PNL)

(SUPPOSED) FLAG OF MACARIO SAKAY
We don't have any evidence about the true existence of this flag, just oral descriptions of it.

MACARIO SAKAY AND HIS ENTOURAGE

ORIGINAL SEAL OF THE REPUBLICA NG KATAGALUGAN
Image of the seal used by Sakay on the July 15, 1904 letter (PIR-SD 1311)
Note the Sakay's signature.

(SUPPOSED ) SEAL OF THE REPUBLIKA NG KATAGALUGAN
“Republika ng Katagalugan” seal from : " La Ilustración Española y Americana " March 30, 1897.

Modern restyling of the 1896-7 seal, it was adopted in september 2007 during the Macario Sakay Diliman Centennial Celebration By the Macario Sakay Centennial Commission .

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