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  • 1. FERRER, EDRICK KEVIN A. BSED SS 2
  • 2. AREA AND LOCATION Typically western Visayas is found on the west part of the major island of the Philippines which is Visayas it is surrounded by water that’s why one major livelihood found in this certain island is fishing.
  • 3. GEOGRAPHICAL PROFILE AKLAN - The youngest of the 4 provinces of panay island. It is bounded on the northwestern portion of the province has mountains and dense vegetation.
  • 4. ANTIQUE - Shaped like a seahorse, antique is the oversized serrated hemline of the western boarders of the 3 cornered scarf like land mass that is panay. CAPIZ - The basic plantations found in this part of the region are coconut, vegetables and sugarcane GUIMARAS - Lies southeast of panay island and northwest of negros island in western visayas.
  • 5. ILO ILO CITY - Mountain ranges with peaks as high as 7,000 feet provided natural boundaries that separates ilo ilo from antique on the west and the capiz on the north. NEGROS OCCIDENTAL - Bacolod, the capital city, lies in the northwestern part of negros occidental, in a sprawling 16,000 hectars.
  • 6. POLITICAL PROFILE Region 6 has 5 provinces namely: • AKLAN- 558,146 in population • ANTIQUE- 605,110 in population • CAPIZ-800,920 in population • ILOILO-2,371,648 in population • NEGROS OCCIDENTAL- 3,203,523 in population
  • 7. PROVINCES IN REGION 6 A. Antique B. Aklan C. Capiz D. ILO ILO E. GUIMARAS
  • 8. TOURIST ATTRACTIONS Boracay island
  • 9. ati –atihan in aklan
  • 10. BINIYARAN FESTIVAL IN ANTIQUE
  • 11. HALARAN FESTIVAL IN CAPIZ
  • 12. MACOPO FALLS IN GUIMARAS Macopo Falls in Guimaras makes a great spot for swimming and picnic. You can also take a hike on the hilly trail. At the end of snaky trail of the falls, you’ll find the pool of water surrounded by rocky terrain which is cool all year round that is a good place in swimming you can also enjoy the beautiful scenery view in the top of the hill.
  • 13. HOLIFENA ANCESTRAL HOUSE IN NEGROS OCCIDENTAL Holifena ancestral house - There are paintings and sketches of Juan Luna, Jose Rizal and Fernando Amorsolo. Aside from art during the Spanish invasion, there are also paintings and sculptures by Silay artists. Truly, this is a place where you will appreciate Philippine art.
  • 14. Historical Places in Region 6 • Kalibo, aklan FREEDOM SHRINE Site of a shrine dedicated to the brave Aklanons who were martyred by the Spaniards
  • 15. •Hamtic, Antique GUBAT Landing site the first Malayan Settlers in 1200 And it is marked by the Malandog Marker
  • 16. Roxas city, capiz Central business district of capiz foreseeing the santa monica church Birthplace of the President Manuel Roxas
  • 17. Fort san Pedro, Ilo Ilo Fuerza de San Pedro is a military defence structure, built by Spanish and indigenous Cebuano labourers under the command of Spanish conquistador, miguel lopez de legazpi and the spanish government in cebu . It is located in the area now called Plaza Indepedencia, in the Pier Area of cebu city, philippines
  • 18. ETHNIC GROUPS IN REGION 6 1. ILONGGO The language is referred to as Ilonggo in Iloilo and in Negros Occidental. Many argue, however, that this is an incorrect usage of the word "Ilonggo." In precise usage, "Ilonggo" should only be used in relation to the ethnolinguistic group that are native inhabitants of Iloilo and the culture associated with native Hiligaynon speakers, they argue. The disagreement over the usage of "Ilonggo" to refer to the language extends to Philippine language specialists and native laymen
  • 19. • SOME ETHNICITY IS ALSO FOUND IN THE WESTERN VISAYAS REGION AND THIS ARE....
  • 20. 2. CEBUANO Cebuano, referred to by most of its speakers as Binisaya (or Visayan in English), is an austronesian laguage spoken in the philippines by about 20 million people, mostly in the central visayas, most of whom belong to the bisaya ethnic group. It is the most widely spoken of the languages within the so-named Bisayan subgroup and is closely related to other Filipino languages. It has the largest native language-speaking population of the Philippines despite not being taught formally in schools and universities. It is the lingua franca of the Central Visayas and parts of Mindanao. The name Cebuano is derived from the island of Cebu where the prestige language is spoken.
  • 21. 3. WARAY The Waray are an ethno-liguistic group of people geographically inhabiting in the islands of Samar, Leyte and Biliran commonly referred to as the Eastern Visayas region of the Philippines. The Waray, speak their native language called WarayWaray.
  • 22. FAMOUS PEOPLE FROM REGION 6 FERNANDO LOPEZ Vice-Presidency First Term In 1949, he became vice-president under President Elpidio Quirino and concurrently worked as secretary of agriculture, serving until 1953. He was then elected once again as senator, and re-elected in 1959. Second and Third Term In 1965, he ran with Ferdinand Marcos and won as vice-president. He was re-elected in 1969. By the time martial law was declared in 1972, the López family fell out of Marcos' favor and was targeted by the dictatorship because of their denunciations of Marcos' corruption. They were also targeted due to their family's political influence, being members of the entrenched oligarchy. The position of vicepresident was dissolved, and the López family was stripped of most of its political and economic assets.
  • 23. PRODUCTS FROM REGION 6 1. SUGAR
  • 24. 2. Abaca
  • 25. 3. Shell craft
  • 26. 4. Pina clothes