songs

Songs about Samal:

songsSama'l Thaqil by Hassan Erraji Arabesque from the Album Traditional Arabic Music

songsEver Close By (feat. Danusia Samal) by Gone to Lunch from the Album Radio Pop, Vol. 1

songsMon Majhi Samal Samal by Bishnupada Das from the Album Rupantaree

songsRising Sun (feat. Danusia Samal and Bandit) [Explicit] by Conrad The Scoundral from the Album Hypenosis [Explicit]

songsSama'l Muhhayer Kurdi by Karloma from the Album Karloma

songsSama'l Shat Araban by Karloma from the Album Karloma

songsSamal ajal vee all by Vaiko Eplik Ja Eliit from the Album 1

books

Books about Samal:

booksSamal by Vincent Braun (May 13, 2009)

booksSamal: Webster's Timeline History, 1748 - 2007 by Icon Group International (May 28, 2010)

booksSamal's song (Korean edition) (1953)

booksSam'al. Ein aramäischer Stadtstaat des 10. bis 8. Jahrhunderts v. Chr. und die Geschichte seiner Erforschung. by Ralf-Bernhard Wartke (Jan 1, 2004)

booksA View from the Islands: The Samal of Tawai-Tawi (SIL International Publications in Ethnography, vol. 15) by Karen J. Allison (Nov 1, 1984)

booksEnglish-Samal Vocabulary by Frances E. Bartter (May 9, 2008)

booksKris of Valor: The Samal Balangingi's Defiance and Diaspora by Margarita Delos Reyes Cojuangco (1993)

movies

Movies about Samal:

moviesTulpan Tolepbergen Baisakalov; Odas Besikbasov; Samal Eslj Unrated -

wiki

Wiki information Samal:

Samal, Davao del Norte
City/Town/Village, Dated location, Location, Statistical region

Samal is a fourth class city in the province of Davao del Norte, Philippines. Its official name is Island Garden City of Samal, and it is made up of Samal Island and the smaller Talikud Island in the Davao Gulf. It has a population of 95,874 people...

Samal, Bataan
City/Town/Village, Statistical region, Dated location, Location

Samal is a fourth class municipality in the northeastern part of Bataan, Philippines, about 114 kilometres away from Manila. It has a total land area of 5,630 hectares, and is bounded by the municipalities of Orani, Abucay, by Mount Natib and Manila...