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    • Region 1: IlocosRegion
    • Can you gues the following?
    • ManangBiday (Older Sister Biday)
      ManangBiday, ilukatmo man Ta bentanaikalumbabam Ta kitaem toy kinayawan Ay matayakon no dinakkaasianSiasinnongaaglabaslabas Ditoyhardinkopagay-ayamak Ammonngarudngabalasangak Sabongnilirio, dipaynagukrad
      Denggemadingtabibinenka tainkantodiaysadidaya agalakanto'tbunga'tmangga ken lansones pay, adungakitaNo nababadimogaw-aten, no nangatodikasukdalen, no naregregdikapiduten, ngemlabaslabasamto met laengDaytoypaniok no maregregko timakapidotikutannanto tanagmarkaitinaganko nabordaan pay tisinampusoAlaemdaytakutsilyo taabriem toy barukongko tapnomaipapasmotiguram kaniak ken sentimiento
    • Component Cities
      Alaminos City, Pangasinan
      BatacCity, IlocosNorte
      Candon City, IlocosSurLaoagCity, IlocosNorteSan Carlos City, Pangasinan
      San Fernando City, La Union
      UrdanetaCity, Pangasinan
      Vigan City, Ilocos Sur
    • Region I occupies the narrow plain between the Cordillera Central mountain range and the South China Sea.
      It also occupies the northern portion of the Central Luzon plain, to the north-east of the Zambales Mountains.
      Lingayen Gulf is the most notable body of water in the region and it contains a number of islands, including the Hundred Islands National Park.
      To the north of the region is Luzon Strait.
      The Agno river runs through Pangasinan and empties into the Lingayen Gulf. The river flow into a broad delta in the vicinity of Lingayen and Dagupan City.
    • Cordillera Central
    • Economy
      The province specializes in the following products and industries:
      Agriculture - rice, corn, garlic, legumes, root crops, tobacco, and other fruits and vegetables
      Fishery - tilapia and assorted fishes
      Livestock - swine and cattle
      Cottage industries - loom weaving, furniture, ceramics, iron works
      Manufacturing and food processing - salt, empanada, bagoong, patis, basi (native Ilocano wine), vinegar, longganisa, chicharon, bagnet, chichacorn (cornick), jewelry, garments, cereal processing, packaging, mechanized processing equipment
      Wind Power IlocosNorte's position on the northwest corner of Luzon makes it ideal for wind power generation.
    • Bagoong fermenting in burnay jars in the province of Ilocos Norte, Philippine
    • PAGBURNAYAN (JAR MAKING FACTORY)
    • Tourist Attractions
      Ilocos Norte
    • wind turbines of the Bangui wind farm
    • Laoag Cathedral
      Aglipay Shrine
      Malacanang Of The North
      Patapat Bridge
      Gilbert Bridge
      Ilocos Norte Capitol
      Cape Bojeador Lighthouse
      Bangui Windmills
      Ilocos Norte Museum
      Juan Luna Shrine
      Paoay Lake
      Marcos Museum
      Batac Parish
      San Nicolas Church
      Sinking Belltower, Laoag City
      Fort Ilocandia Hotel
      Paoay Golf Course
      Paoay Church
      Ricarte Park and Shrine
      Badoc Church
      Sarrat Church
      La Paz Sandunes, Laoag, Ilocos Norte Fine Sandunes
    • Paoay Church in Laoag
      Vigan Cathedral,
    • llocos Sur
      Vigan Spanish House
      Sinait Church
      Ilocos Sur Capitol
      Santa Maria Church
      PinsalFalls
    • Candon church stained glass
      Santa Maria Church
    • BALUARTE MINI ZOO
    • IGAN TOURIST PARK AT MIRA HILLS
    • La Union
      La Union Capitol
      Pindangan Ruins
      La Union Botanical Garden
      Wallace Air Station
      Thunderbird Resort and Casino
      La Union Surfing Capital (San Juan)
      Bauang Beach
    • Pangasinan
      Hundred Islands
      The Shrine of Our Lady of Manaoag
      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
      Rock Garden Resort
      Umbrella Rocks
      Urduja House
      St. John Cathedral Garden
      Caves in Bolinao
      Boat ride in Pantal River
      Narciso Ramos Sports and Civic Center
      Hundred Islands Marine Sanctuary
      Tondol Beach
      Tambobong White Beach
    • Famous Ilocanos/Ilocanas
      Benny Agbayani -- professional baseball player Christina Aguilar -- Thailand singer Freddie Aguilar -- folk-rock singer Rolando Almazan -- businessperson
      Edward Barroga -- scientist Roger Barroga -- information technologist Carlos Bulosan -- novelist
      Maria Teresa Calderon -- teacher; world's fastest reader 
      Gloria Diaz -- actress; ex-beauty queen
      Jocelyn Enriquez -- singer
      Margarita Moran-Florendo -- businessperson; ex-beauty queen
      Sunny Garcia -- professional surfer Rachel Grant -- Hollywood/Great Britain actress Angela Perez Baraquio-Grey -- teacher; ex-beauty queen
      Angelita Albano Castro-Kelly -- mathematician; NASA engineer
      Juan Luna – painter
      RedentorRomero -- orchestra conductor Carlos P. Romulo -- United Nations ex-president; Pulitzer Prize awardee
      Jesus Salud -- boxer Noel Velasco -- classical singer Brian Viloria -- boxer
      TeofiloYldefonso/Ildefonso -- swimmer; Olympic Summer Games medalist
    • Noaniátiimúlam, isútiapítem. Whatever you sow, you reap. 
    • http://www.spiritus-temporis.com/ilocos-region/economy.html
      http://www.worldtourist.us/ilocossur/vigan.html
      http://www.etravelpilipinas.com/about_philippines/region1_ilocos_region.htm
      http://www.google.com.ph/imgres?imgurl
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ilocos_Norte
      http://www.islandsaccommodations.com/places/ilocos.htm