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As part of our series to celebrate International Women's Day (March 8) and Women's Month (March), we look back on some of the women who have held court in Malacañang Palace, the country's seat of power. Most of them did so as First Ladies, while a couple of them did so as Presidents.
These women are all interesting, to say the least. Some endeared themselves to the country, others courted controversy. Love them or hate them, these women were in the position to influence not just Pinays, but the whole world as well.
All these photos are courtesy of the Presidential Museum and Library, which is managed by the Presidential Communications Development and Strategic Planning Office (PCDSPO). Most of the details in the captions are also wrought from the information culled by the staff of the Presidential Museum and Library. The choice of the photos was determined only by the available material.