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  1. 1. Pinakbet or pakbet -is a popular vegetable dish in the Philippines which originated in Ilocos Region, the word pinakbet is derived from the Ilocano word pinakebbet, meaning “shrunk” or “shrivelled”.
  2. 2. Dinengdeng- (also called inabraw) is a dish of the Ilocano people similar to pinakbet. -it is a boiled vegetables seasoned with bagoong with an added fried or grilled fish.
  3. 3. Fidel "Eddie" Valdez Ramos-(born March 18, 1928 at Lingayen Pangasinan), popularly known as FVR, was the 12th President of the Philippines from 1992 to 1998. During his six years in office, Ramos was widely credited and admired by many for revitalizing and renewing international confidence in the Philippine economy.
  4. 4. Ferdinand Emmanuel Edralin Marcos, Sr. (September 11, 1917 – September 28, 1989) was President of the Philippines from 1965 to 1986. Born in Sarrat, Ilocos Norte. ruled his country as a dictator.
  5. 5. Elpidio Rivera Quirino - was a Filipino politician, and the sixth President of the Philippines. Became a representative of Ilocos Sur from 1919 to 1925. Born: November 16, 1890, Vigan Died: February 29, 1956, Quezon City Presidential term: April 18, 1948 – December 30, 1953
  6. 6. Juan Novicio Luna - was a renowned painter (famous for his masterpiece “The Spolarium”) sculptor and a political activist of the Philippine Revolution during the late 19th century. He became one of the first recognized Filipino artists Born: October 23, 1857, Badoc Died: December 7, 1899, Hong Kong, China
  7. 7. DEPAAR TI ILOCOS Ilocos Region Rehiyon ng Ilocos
  8. 8. Region 1: THE ILOCOS REGION
  9. 9. • Part of an extensive region (consisting of the present provinces of Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur, Abra and La Union) renowned for its gold mines.
  10. 10. • The inhabitants called their place "samtoy", from "sao mi toy, which literally meant "our language".
  11. 11. • On June 13, 1572, Salcedo and his men landed in Vigan. • They were surprised to see numerous sheltered coves ("looc") where the locals lived in harmony.
  12. 12. The region was later called by the Spaniards as “Ylocos” or “Ilocos” and its people “Ilocanos”.
  13. 13. “Ylocos” - literally meant “from the lowlands”.
  14. 14. Province Capital Provinces
  15. 15. Component Cities • Alaminos City, Pangasinan • Batac City, Ilocos Norte • Candon City, Ilocos Sur • Laoag City, Ilocos Norte • San Carlos City, Pangasinan • San Fernando City, La Union • Urdaneta City, Pangasinan • Vigan City, Ilocos Sur
  16. 16. Independent Cities Dagupan City, Pangasinan
  17. 17. LANGUAGES Ilocano, Pangasinan, Bolinao, Tagalog, English
  18. 18. RELIGION • The population is predominantly Roman Catholic with strong adherents of Protestantism such as the Aglipayan denomination further north of the country. There are also adherents to other Christian denominations, such as Iglesia ni Cristo, Mormons, and the like. There is also an undercurrent of traditional animistic beliefs especially in rural areas. The small mercantile Chinese and Indian communities are primarily Buddhists, Taoists, and Hindus.
  19. 19. AMIANAN NGA ILOCOS ILOCOS NORTE HILAGANG ILOKOS
  20. 20. ILOCOS NORTE • Founded 1818 • Capital Laoag City • Dialects and Languages Ilocano, Tagalog, English
  21. 21. ILOCOS NORTE Noted for being the birthplace of former President Ferdinand E. Marcos
  22. 22. ILOCOS NORTE • Also known as a northern tourist destination
  23. 23. Iron works Pottery Ilocos Norte Industries Manufacturing and food processing Wind Mill Power Eco-Tourism
  24. 24. Agriculture Fishery Livestock Loom weaving Iron works Ilocos Norte Industries
  25. 25. ILOCOS NORTEBagoong fermenting in burnay jars
  26. 26. TOURIST ATTRACTIONS Marcos Museum Sinking Belltower, Laoag City Paoay Lake Fort Ilocandia Hotel Paoay Golf Course Paoay Church Laoag Cathedral Aglipay Shrine Malacanang Of The North Patapat Bridge Ilocos Norte Capitol Cape Bojeador Lighthouse Bangui Windmills Juan Luna Shrine Ricarte Park and Shrine Badoc Church Sarrat Church Dap-ayan, Laoag, Ilocos Norte Food Court and Ilocos Norte Products La Paz Sandunes, Laoag, Ilocos Norte Fine Sandunes Robinsons Place Ilocos Norte Pamulinawen Hotel Plaza Maestro Complex, Batac City Everland Resort and Multi-Zipline, Batac City
  27. 27. ILOCOS NORTE TOURIST SPOT Bangui Wind Farm the first power generating windmill farm in Southeast Asia.
  28. 28. ILOCOS NORTE
  29. 29. ILOCOS NORTE PAOAY CHURCH Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site as one best examples of the Baroque Churches of the Philippines.
  30. 30. ILOCOS NORTE
  31. 31. Abagatan nga Ilokos Ilocos Sur Timog Ilokos
  32. 32. ILOCOS SUR Ilocos Sur is a heartland of Ilocos
  33. 33. ILOCOS SUR Founded 1572 Capital Vigan City Spoken languages: Ilocano, Tagalog, English
  34. 34. ILOCOS SUR Ilocos Sur is subdivided into 32 municipalities and 2 cities. Cities Vigan City Candon City
  35. 35. ILOCOS SUR Major Industries in Ilocos Sur The people are engaged in farming, producing food crops, mostly rice, corn, vegetable, rootcrops, and fruits. Non-food crops include tobacco, cotton, and tigergrass. Cottage industries include loomweaving, furniture making, jewelry making, ceramics, blacksmithing, and food processing.
  36. 36. • Hertiage City of Vigan • Vigan Cathedral • Sinait Church (Sanctuary of Santo Cristo Milagroso) • Ilocos Sur Capitol • Santa Maria Church (UNESCO World Heritage Site) • Pinsal Falls (Largest Waterfall of Region I - Santa Maria, Ilocos Sur) Tourist Attractions
  37. 37. • Bantay Church and Belltower (Sanctuary of Nuestra Senora de La Caridad) • Quirino Bridge in Bantay • Plaza Maestro • Complex, Vigan City • Tirad Pass • Sundial in Tagudin • Santiago Cove • Paraiso ni Juan in Narvacan Tourist Attractions
  38. 38. ILOCOS SUR Heritage City of Vigan - inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage List, because it houses the most intact example of a Spanish colonial town in Asia.
  39. 39. ILOCOS SUR
  40. 40. ILOCOS SUR Tirad Pass Declared as a National Shrine, the pass located in the municipality of Gregorio del Pilar was the last stand of the Filipino Revolutionary Forces under General Emilio Aguinaldo.
  41. 41. ILOCOS SUR
  42. 42. ILOCOS SUR Plaza Salcedo
  43. 43. ILOCOS SUR
  44. 44. ILOCOS SUR
  45. 45. ILOCOS SUR PAGBURNAYAN (JAR MAKING FACTORY)
  46. 46. ILOCOS SUR Festivals •Semana Santa On Easter Sunday, the dawn celebration depicting the Resurrection of Christ, called “Sabet,” is a scene to behold.
  47. 47. ILOCOS SUR Viva Vigan Arts and Industry Festival Every first week of May, Vigan plays host to visitors for this festival featuring painting and product exhibits, a Calesa parade, and other cultural activities.
  48. 48. ILOCOS SUR Tobacco Festival Celebrated every last week of March in Candon City, as thanksgiving for the city's bountiful harvest of tobacco.
  49. 49. Probinsya ti La Union Lalawigan ng La Union Luyag na La Union LA UNION PROVINCE
  50. 50. LA UNION Founded 1850 Capital - San Fernando City
  51. 51. LA UNION SURFING CAPITAL OF THE NORTH
  52. 52. LA UNION Industries La Union is known for its softbroom industry. The main livelihood of the people are: hand-woven blankets (Inabel), softbrooms, baskets, pottery, rice wine (tapuey), sugarcane wine (basi), sugarcane vinegar, wood craft, bamboo craft, native rice cakes, antique- finish furniture, dried fish, honey, and mushroom.
  53. 53. • La Union Capitol • Pindangan Ruins • La Union Botanical Garden • Wallace Air Station • Thunderbird Resort and Casino • La Union Surfing Capital (San Juan) • Bauang Beach • Poro Point (sea port) Tourist Attractions
  54. 54. BEACHES
  55. 55. AGOO BEACH AGOO BEACH
  56. 56. BAUANG BEACH
  57. 57. BALUARTE WATCH TOWER Located at Luna, La Union,built by the Spaniards during their heydays, the mighty Baluarte was used as watch tower and observation post by the authorities for impending danger from the sea.
  58. 58. PINDANGAN RUINS Pindangan Ruins is located at Brgy. San Vicente, San Fernando City, La UnionThe original name of San Fernando, Pindangan in the Ilocano dialect means a place where meat is sun dried with salt for preservation. Because of the place’s abundant dried meat, the place was called Pindangan.
  59. 59. Founded 1580 Capital Lingayen Pangasinan
  60. 60. Pangasinan Heartland of the Philippines Land of Miracles and Romance Premier Province of the North
  61. 61. Pangasinan
  62. 62. Pangasinan is a major fish supplier in Luzon, and a major producer of salt in the Philippines. It has extensive fishponds, mostly for raising bangus, or "milkfish", along the coasts of the Lingayen Gulf and the South China Sea.
  63. 63. • Hundred Islands • Pangasinan Capitol • The Shrine of Our Lady of Manaoag • San Carlos City Plaza • San Juan River in San Carlos City • Bonuan Blue Beach in Dagupan City • Antong Falls • Cacupangan Cave • Mount Balungao • Manleluag Spring National Park • Sanctuario de Senor Divino Tesoro • Salasa Church • Lingayen Gulf War Museum • Bolinao Museum • Oceanographic Marine Laboratory • Red Arrow Marker of the WWII 32nd US Infantry Division Tourist Attractions
  64. 64. Tourist Attractions Hundred Islands National Park - is a national park in the Republic of the Philippines. The protected area is located in the city of Alaminos, in the province of Pangasinan in northern Philippines. The islands, totaling 124 at low tide and 123 at high tide.
  65. 65. BOLINAO FALLS
  66. 66. 3 Bolinao Caves(Wonderful Cave, Cindy’s Cave, Enchanted Cave
  67. 67. ENCHANTED CAVE
  68. 68. WONDERFUL CAVE
  69. 69. CINDY’S CAVE
  70. 70. No aniá ti imúlam, isú ti apítem. Whatever you sow, you reap.

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