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  • 1. CALABARZON • Diana Tien • Maritoni Sy • Janmel Lolong • Mari Krisel Araracap • Bea Louise Robles • Clydie Ann Montemayor • Alyssa Nicole Virgo
  • 2. CALABARZON o The region composes of 5 regions namely; Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal and Quezon. o It is designated as Region IV-A and its regional center is Calamba City in Laguna. o The region is in Southwestern Luzon , just south and east of Metro Manila and is the second most densely populated region. o CALABARZON and MIMAROPA were previously combined together as Southern Tagalog, until they were separated in 2002. o The largest city of CALABARZON Region and the second highlyurbanized city is Antipolo City, with Lucena City being the first. o The region is also home to a host of important Philippine historical figures, most notable of which is the Philippines' National Hero, Dr. Jose Rizal who was born in Calamba, Laguna.
  • 3. HISTORY of CAVITE CITY  It is one of the most industrialized and one of the fastest growing provinces in the country because of its close proximity to Metro Manila.  The province is known as the Historical Capital of the Philippines.  The name "Cavite" came from the Hispanicized form of kawit or it is a corruption of kalawit, Tagalog words for "hook", in reference to the small hooked-shaped peninsula jutting out to Manila Bay.  The province of Cavite celebrates festivals as forms of thanksgiving for a bountiful harvest.  The annual "Fiesta de la Reina del Provincia de Cavite” is a grandiose fiesta celebration in honor of the patroness of the province, the Nuestra Senora de la Soledad de Porta Vaga. Her feastday is celebrated every 2nd and 3rd Sunday of November.  Traditions and fiesta celebrations include Mardicas, a war dance held in Ternate town. Karakol street dancing with a fluvial procession is usually held in coastal towns. There is also a pre-colonial ritual called the Sanghiyang as a form of thanksgiving and to heal the sick.
  • 4. FAMOUS FOOD IN CAVITE TAMALES - the cooks in Cavite City use rice flour or galapong with hefty pieces of chicken, egg, and garbanzo beans. PANSIT PUSIT - this Caviteño version of squid-ink pasta uses pansit bihon or rice vermicelli sautéed with squid, onions, and squid ink.
  • 5. PINIRITONG HALO-HALO VALENCIA a.k.a PAELLA - For “Gentrisenos,” or people hailing from General Trias, this is the ultimate party paella, a one-pan rice dish filled with meats, tomato sauce, and vegetables.
  • 6. LIHIM NI LOLA - eat some purple sticky rice treats with a lihim (secret) in every bite. This is just one entry on their extensive menu of Cavite’s most famous dishes. MUCHE - these sticky treats of orange rice dough filled with mashed sweet mung bean smothered in sweet coconut cream sauce.
  • 7. ONDE-ONDE – is made of rice flour and glutinous rice with melted brown sugar as it’s filling.
  • 8. FUN FACTS  Kawit is known as the Cradle of the Philippine Independence. Kawit is the place where General Emilio Aguinaldo first waved the flag of the Republic of the Philippines.  Amadeo is nicknamed the Coffee Capital of the Philippines. Amadeo is the largest coffee producer in the Philippines. It even has a festival (the Pahimis Festival) in honor of its coffee.  Ternate is the place where many people still speak Chavacano or “Broken Spanish“. Chavacano is also called Philippine Creole Spanish.  In 2006, Dasmarinas was declared the richest city in Cavite Province. Prior to its cityhood, was the first municipality to have an SM and Robinson's Mall, these are two of the biggest malls in the Philippines.  Tagaytay City hailed as the Second Summer Capital of the Philippines, Due to its high elevation, Tagaytay City is endowed with a very cold and invigorating climate.  In Maragondon where Mt. Pico de Loro is famous for trekking and mountain climbing.
  • 9. Anilag Festival Mt. Makiling Enchanted Kingdom Nagcarlan Underground Cemetery
  • 10.  Laguna derives its name from “La Laguna” (the lake), referring to Laguna de Bay, the largest inland body of water in the Philippines, which forms the province´s northern boundary.  Laguna and surrounding areas were conquered by Spain in 1571. Seven years later, Franciscan friars started the work of Christianization. Soon, towns around the lake were founded.  In 1678, San Pablo de los Montes (now San Pablo City) was established.
  • 11. The town of Bay was the capital of the province until 1688, when it was transferred to Pagsanjan and later in 1852, to Sta. Cruz. Laguna was one of the first eight provinces to rise in revolt against Spain. The town of Calamba is the birthplace of the country’s national hero, Dr. Jose P. Rizal.
  • 12. Agriculture and fishery are the main industries that contribute a great part in the provincial economy. Crops produced in the province are rice, sugarcane, and fruits, specifically citrus and lanzones. The province is also the second-largest producer of coconuts in the country. The province is also noted for its woodcarvings, papermache figures, barong materials, and linen.
  • 13. Buko pie is a famous delicacy of Los Baños town in Laguna province. Buko pie is a pastry filled with young coconuts and pudding, much similar to a coconut cream pie, but has no whipped cream topping. Kesong puti or white cheese is widely produced in Santa Cruz, Laguna, and the town of its origin. “Kesong puti is fresh, non-aged, white, soft cheese made from the milk of carabaos or water buffalos.”
  • 14. Espasol (rice pudding) is a native Filipino sweet treat made from rice flour and coconut strips cooked in coconut milk. The cooked pudding is shaped into cylinders and then rolled into toasted rice flour. It is believed that espasol originated from Laguna, Philippines. Uraro or arrowroot cookies are popular in Laguna province. These cookies are delicate and powdery, and feel dry on the mouth like puto seko (although puto seko is much drier). Usually, uraro is shaped into flowers and wrapped in a thin paper called “papel de hapon.” Puto Biñan is compose of grinded rice, lots of eggs, mixed with water and after that it is pampered with cheese, smolted with butter and top it with grinded egg.
  • 15. Pangsanjan Falls is one of the most-visited tourist attractions in the province. Lake Caliraya in the town of Lumban, north of Pagsanjan, is a man-made mountain lake that also serves as a large reservoir, built to supply water to a hydroelectric plant. The lake is excellent for aqua sports, such as boating, wind surfing and water skiing. A Japanese garden is sprawled over several hectares of slightly rugged and rolling land. Pangsanjan Falls Lake Caliraya Hidden Valley is a spring resort located in a secluded part of Alaminos town. A hidden waterfall, swimming pools, and a hanging bridge can be seen in the resort. Discovering the way to the resorts is an adventure in itself. A narrow road lined with coconut trees and lush vegetation leads to the resort. Hot spring resorts abound in Calamba town. Hidden Valley
  • 16.  A visit to Calamba is not complete without touring the Rizal Shrine, a two-story, red-tile-roofed Spanish house that displays memorabilia of the country's national hero. Rizal Shrine  The University of the Philippines in Los Baños is the premier agricultural school in the country. Its sprawling campus at the foot of Mt. Makiling includes a 4000- hectare forest reserve. U.P. Los Baños
  • 17. History  It is bounded on the north by Bulacan, on the east by Quezon, on the south by Laguna de Bay and on the southwest by Cavite.  The province of Rizal was originally composed of 26 towns.  The territory began with the organization of the Tondo province and Laguna province during the Spanish administration.  The province was named after the country's national hero, Jose Rizal.  The province is known for its love for the arts and culture.  Rizal is naturally mountainous in landscape, and is therefore ideal for biking and hiking adventures.  Most of the people in Rizal Province speak Tagalog.
  • 18. FAMOUS DISH PINANGAT NA AYUNGIN PESANG DALAG
  • 19. MALUNGGAY PANDESAL PORK AND LUMPIANG SHANGHAI BUBOD RICE
  • 20. PICHI PICHI is made from cassava, water, sugar, lye and pandan for flavor. It is found on the label of the Arny-Dading brand originally from Malabon. MAJA BLANCA is a simple, delicate dessert made with coconut milk, sugar, and cornstarch. The Kulinarya cookbook refers to it as a coconut custard while others call it a pudding.
  • 21. KNOWN TOURIST SPOTS PETROGLYPHS OF BINANGONAN AND ANGONO Discovered in 1965 by Philippine National Artist Carlos "Botong" Francisco, the petroglyphs were validated to have existed since 3000BC. The Stone Age Rock engravings consist of 127 drawings of human and animal figures. BARAS CHURCH one of the oldest in the area having been completed in 1686 and which has an altar and lecterns that are stone artifacts unearthed from beneath the church.
  • 22. TANAY CHURCH is an example of early Renaissance architecture, rebuilt in 1783 with stones from the town´s quarry, has five altars with rococo design and Stations of the Cross made of wooden sculptures. DARANAK FALLS This 14 meter high waterfalls is a favorite location shooting area of most local and international movies and advertising outfits in the country and can be found at the foot of the Tanay Mountains.
  • 23. BATLAG FALLS Further up from Daranak Falls is its sister upstream, Batlag Falls. This 10 meter high waterfalls is set on a unique rock formation
  • 24. FESTIVALS HIGANTE FESTIVAL It was said that the higantes started during the Spanish colonial times, when Angono was once a hacienda and ruled by Spanish hacienderos. The Angono land tillers way of protesting their struggle is by making giant effigy of their landlords whose hands are usually high up on their waist.
  • 25. PAREHADORA The traditional parehadoras are group of young girls holding paddles and wearing bakya or wooden slippers and dressed in a colorful outfit which joins the procession in the feast day of St. Clement. They usually march at the beat of the band playing alongside with them.
  • 26. History • Quezon is a province in the Philippines. • Located at the Calabarzon Region in Luzon. • It was named after Manuel L. Quezon, the second President of the Philippines • Its capital is Lucena City.
  • 27. Known Ingredients • • • • • • • onion garlic oyster sauce Chicken Sea foods – shrimp, crabs, fish vegetables Coconut
  • 28. Known Dishes pancit buko (coconut noodles) ubod (bamboo shoots) with coconut milk pako (fern salad) with boiled coconut milk, Sinukmani
  • 29. Laing (gabi or white yam) with coconut milk Pancit Habhab (Lucban) ginataang mongo with coconut milk. tikoy ng sariaya
  • 30. longganisa ng lucban broas
  • 31. Festivals • • • • • • Arana’t Baluarte – Gumaca, Quezon Pahiyas – Lucban, Quezon Mayohan – Tayabas, Quezon Agawan – Sariaya, Quezon Pasayahan – Lucena, Quezon Coco Anahaw – Lopez, Quezon