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  • Place of birth of - Manuel L QuezonNamed after his wife – Aurora Quezon
  • Literature

    1. 1. Region 4Southern Tagalog
    2. 2. Region 4• Provinces: Aurora, Batangas, Cavite, Laguna, Marinduque , Occidental Mindoro, Oriental Mindoro, Quezon, Rizal, Palawan, Romblon,• Ethnic Groups: Mangyan, Negritos, Ilonggots, Dumagats, & Agtas• Total Land Area: 46,927 sq. km• Population: 14,302,901• Climate: Types I, II, II, & IV
    3. 3. Dialects• Agta-Southern Luzon • Hanunoo• Agutaynon • Iraya• Alangan • Kalamianen• Anglat • Katabaga• Ayta – Tayabas, Quezon • Ratagnon• Batangan • Tadyawan• Buhid • Tagbanwa• Tageilog • Umiray Dumaget –S.L• Rajah Kabungsuan • Romblonanon PRIMARY LANGAUGE: TAGALOG
    4. 4. Cavite• Capital: Trece Martirez City• Land Area: 1288 km²• Population: 2,856,765 (2007)• Climate: Type I• Dialect: Tagalog, Chavacano(informal Spanish)• Highlights – GOMBURZA – Tagaytay – 2nd summer capital – Taal Volcano – Emilio Aguinaldo – June 12, 1898
    5. 5. Laguna• Capital: Santa Cruz• Land Area: 1760 km²• Population: 2,473,530• Climate: Type I & IV• Dialect: Tagalog• Highlights: – Laguna de Bay – Hand made paper ( papier mache) – Execution of Rizal – Buko pie & lanzones
    6. 6. Batangas• Capital: Batangas City• Land Area: 3,166 km²• Population: 2,245,869 (2007)• Climate: Type I• Dialect: Tagalog (Batangueno)• Highlights – Balisong - craftmanship – Cradle of heroes and nationalists (Mabini) – Coffee Granary of the Philippines ( Kapeng Barako)
    7. 7. Rizal• Capital: Antipolo City• Land Area: 1309 km² – ( 47% for food)• Population: 2,284,046 (2007)• Climate: Type I• Dialect: Tagalog• Highlight – Cradle of Philippine Art ( Carlos Francisco, Manansalas, and Blancos)
    8. 8. Quezon• Capital: Lucena City• Land Area: 8,707 km²• Population: 1,646,510 (2007)• Climate: Type I• Dialect: Tagalog• Highlights – Mount Banahaw – 7,382 feet high – St. Michael Church – Bird Island – Sea-agricultural cultivation
    9. 9. Occidental Mindoro• Capital: Mamburao• Land Area: 5880 km²• Population: 421,952 (2007)• Climate: Type I• Dialect: Tagalog• Highlights – Mina de Oro – gold mine – Mai – Chinatown – Rice, coconut, peanut, tobacco, & fruits – exports
    10. 10. Oriental Mindoro• Capital: Calapan City• Land Area: 4365 km²• Population: 735,769• Climate: Type III• Dialect: Tagalog• Highlights – Agriculture (rice, corn, coconut, citrus and fruits) – Cattle, poultry, and seafood – Apo Reef National Park – Puerto Galera & Sabang
    11. 11. Marinduque• Capital: Boac• Land Area: 960 km²• Population: 229,636 (2007)• Climate: Type II• Dialect: Tagalog• Highlights: – Church Bell Tower – Malandik – from Mt. Malindig – Fish, rice, banana, corn and coconut – major exports
    12. 12. Romblon• Capital: Romblon• Land Area: 1356 km²• Population: 279,774 (2007)• Climate: Type I• Dialects: Cebuano & Tagalog• Ethnic Groups: Negritos & Mangyan• Highlights – Marble City – Sibuyan Sea
    13. 13. Palawan• Capital: Puerto Princesa City• Land Area: 14, 896 km²• Population: 682,152 (2007)• Climate: Type I & II• Dialects: Cuyunin, Waray, Tagalog• Highlights – “Pao-Lao-Yu” – Land of Beautiful Harbor – Paragua – closed Umbrella – Sulu Sea & China Sea
    14. 14. Aurora• Capital: Baler• Land Area: 3240 km²• Population: 187,802 (2007)• Climate: Type IV• Dialect: Tagalog• Ethnic Groups: Dumagats & Ilonggots• Highlights: – Siege in Baler – RA 648 - labelled as a sub province – B.P. No.7 - independence
    15. 15. REGION 5Bicol Region
    16. 16. Region 5• Provinces: Albay, Camarines Sur, Camarines Norte, Catanduanes, Masbate, Sorsogon• Population: 5,109,798 (2007)• Ethnic Groups: Agtas• Total Land Area: 17,633 sq. km• Climate: Three Types – Type II (January to December) – maximum rain period – Type III – no pronounced rain w/ short dry season – Type IV – evenly distributed rainfall
    17. 17. Dialects• Bikolano• Hiligaynon-Illongo• Isarog• Masbateno Primary: Bikol
    18. 18. Albay• Capital: Legazpi City• Land Area: 2553 km²• Population: 1,190,823• Climate: Type III• Dialect: Bikol• Highlights – Coconut, rice, fish, and sugar – Mayon Volcano – “Ibalons”
    19. 19. Camarines Norte• Capital: Daet• Land Area: 2112 km²• Population: 513,785• Climate: Type I• Dialect: Bikol, Tagalog• Highlights – Goldmines – Tourism – Coconut & pineapples
    20. 20. Camarines Sur• Capital: Pili• Land Area: 5267 km²• Population: 1,693,821• Climate: Type II• Dialect: Bikol• Highlights – Bato Lake – Camarin- granary – Rice, corn, fish and livestocks
    21. 21. Catanduanes• Capital: Virac• Land Area: 1512 km²• Population: 232,757• Climate: Type I• Dialects: Bikol• Highlights – The Land of Howling Winds – Catandungan River – Seafood – surrounded by the Pacific Ocean – Agricultural – rich soil because of Mayon – Coconut, rice, and root crops – export products
    22. 22. Masbate• Capital: Masbate• Land Area: 4048 km2• Population: 768,939• Climate: Type IV• Dialects: Bikol, Cebuano, Hiligaynon• Highlights – Center of the Philippines – Copra, corn, rice, and root crops – Where Christianization of Bicol region began
    23. 23. Sorsogon• Capital: Sorsogon• Land Area: 2141 km2• Population: 709,673• Climate: Type II & IV• Dialects: Bikol• Highlights – Mount Bulusan – highest of sprawling mountains – “Kasanggayahan Festival” – every october – Where Christianization of Bicol region began – “Solsogon” – going against the current – Fish, copra, and hemp
    24. 24. National Capital Region Metropolitan Manila
    25. 25. NCR• Composed of 11 cities – Kalookan, Las Pinas, Makati, Mandaluyong, Marikina, Manila , Muntinlupa, Pasay City, Pasig, Paranaque and Quezon City• And 9 municipalities – Malabon, Navotas, Pateros, San Juan, Taguig and Valenzuela• Ethnic Groups: Aeta, Igorots, Mangyans, and many more
    26. 26. NCR• Total Land Area: 637 sq. Km• Population: 11,553,427• Dialect: Primarily Tagalog, English, Tag- lish, Jejemon, and many more• Highlights – The Center of the National Government – Location of premiere institutions – Governed by MMDA – 17 mayors, the President, Vice Mayors, and the Chairman

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