Wilayah di Filipina

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Wilayah di Filipina (Filipina: Mga Lalawigan ng Pilipinas) merupakan bahagian pentadbiran dan politik utama di Filipina. Terdapat 81 wilayah pada masa ini, dibahagikan lagi ke komponen bandar-bandar dan perbandaran. Wilayah Ibu Negara, serta bandar-bandar bebas, bebas dari mana-mana wilayah kerajaan. Setiap wilayah dikawal oleh seorang yang dipilih perundangan dipanggil Sangguniang Panlalawigan dan yang dipilih oleh gabenor.

Wilayah-wilayah dikumpulkan ke dalam 17 kawasan berdasarkan geografi, budaya, dan etnologi ciri-ciri. Lima belas ini kawasan yang ditetapkan dengan jumlah yang sama untuk mereka di lokasi geografi dari utara ke selatan. Wilayah Pentadbiran Cordillera, Negara Wilayah Modal, dan Autonomous di Wilayah Muslim. tidak mempunyai angka jawatan.

Setiap wilayah mempunyai anggota Liga Wilayah Filipina, sebuah organisasi yang bertujuan untuk menangani isu-isu mempengaruhi daerah dan pentadbiran metropolitan kerajaan.[1]

Kerajaan[sunting | sunting sumber]

Wilayah kerajaan adalah autonomi lain dalam wilayah Republik. Setiap wilayah dikawal oleh dua utama dipilih cabang pemerintah: eksekutif dan undangan. Kehakiman urusan dipisahkan dari wilayah kerajaan dan diberikan oleh Mahkamah Agung Filipina.

Wilayah terkaya[sunting | sunting sumber]

Enam wilayah dari Luzon dibuat untuk senarai walaupun ada empat dari Visayas. Cebu masih terkaya wilayah di negara ini.[2]

Wilayah Aset pada 2016
Cebu ₱32.429 bilion
Rizal ₱11.73 bilion
Negros Occidental ₱11.042 bilion
Batangas ₱9.979 bilion
Bulacan ₱8.964 bilion
Palawan ₱8.199 bilion
Iloilo ₱8.144 bilion
Laguna ₱7.556 bilion
Nueva Ecija ₱7.227 bilion
Leyte ₱7.03 bilion
Labelled map of the Philippines - Provinces and Regions.png

Senarai wilayah[sunting | sunting sumber]

ISO[3] Wilayah Bandar Penduduk[4] Kawasan[5] Kepadatan Diasaskan[A] Bahagian Rantau Jumlah LGU
% (2015) Bandar Kota Bgy.
PH-ABR Abra Bangued &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.2000000.2% 241,160 4,165.25 km2
(1,608.21 bt2)
58/km2
(150/sq mi)
1846 Luzon CAR 27 303
PH-AGN Agusan
del Norte
[i]
Cabadbaran[ii][6] &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.7000000.7% 691,566 3,546.86 km2
(1,369.45 bt2)
190/km2
(490/sq mi)
20 Sep 1907 Mindanao XIII 10 2 252
PH-AGS Agusan
del Sur
Prosperidad &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.7000000.7% 700,653 9,989.52 km2
(3,856.98 bt2)
70/km2
(180/sq mi)
1 Jan 1970
[7]
Mindanao XIII 13 1 314
PH-AKL Aklan Kalibo &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.6000000.6% 574,823 1,821.42 km2
(703.25 bt2)
320/km2
(830/sq mi)
8 Nov 1956
[8]
Visayas VI 17 327
PH-ALB Albay Legazpi &&&&&&&&&&&&&&01.3000001.3% 1,314,826 2,575.77 km2
(994.51 bt2)
510/km2
(1,300/sq mi)
3 Apr 1574
[9]
Luzon V 15 3 720
PH-ANT Antique San Jose &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.6000000.6% 582,012 2,729.17 km2
(1,053.74 bt2)
210/km2
(540/sq mi)
10 Mar 1917 Visayas VI 18 590
PH-APA Apayao Kabugao[iii] &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.1000000.1% 119,184 4,413.35 km2
(1,704.00 bt2)
27/km2
(70/sq mi)
14 Feb 1995 Luzon CAR 7 133
PH-AUR Aurora Baler &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.2000000.2% 214,336 3,147.32 km2
(1,215.19 bt2)
68/km2
(180/sq mi)
13 Aug 1979 Luzon III 8 151
PH-BAS Basilan[iv] Lamitan[11] &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.5000000.5% 459,367 1,327.23 km2
(512.45 bt2)[12]
350/km2
(910/sq mi)
27 Dec 1973 Mindanao ARMM[v] 11 2 255
PH-BAN Bataan Balanga &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.8000000.8% 760,650 1,372.98 km2
(530.11 bt2)
550/km2
(1,400/sq mi)
1754 Luzon III 11 1 237
PH-BTN Batanes Basco &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.&&&&&00.0% 17,246 219.01 km2
(84.56 bt2)
79/km2
(200/sq mi)
26 Jun 1783
[13]
Luzon II 6 29
PH-BTG Batangas Batangas City &&&&&&&&&&&&&&02.7000002.7% 2,694,335 3,119.72 km2
(1,204.53 bt2)
860/km2
(2,200/sq mi)
8 Dec 1581 Luzon IV-A 31 3 1,078
PH-BEN Benguet[vi] La Trinidad &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.8000000.8% 791,590 2,826.59 km2
(1,091.35 bt2)
280/km2
(730/sq mi)
16 Jun 1966 Luzon CAR 13 1 269
PH-BIL Biliran Naval &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.2000000.2% 171,612 536.01 km2
(206.95 bt2)
320/km2
(830/sq mi)
11 May 1992 Visayas VIII 8 132
PH-BOH Bohol Tagbilaran &&&&&&&&&&&&&&01.3000001.3% 1,313,560 4,820.95 km2
(1,861.38 bt2)
270/km2
(700/sq mi)
22 Jul 1854
[14]
Visayas VII 47 1 1,109
PH-BUK Bukidnon Malaybalay &&&&&&&&&&&&&&01.4000001.4% 1,415,226 10,498.59 km2
(4,053.53 bt2)
130/km2
(340/sq mi)
10 Mar 1917 Mindanao X 20 2 464
PH-BUL Bulacan Malolos &&&&&&&&&&&&&&03.3000003.3% 3,292,071 2,796.10 km2
(1,079.58 bt2)
1,200/km2
(3,100/sq mi)
15 Aug 1578 Luzon III 21 3 569
PH-CAG Cagayan Tuguegarao &&&&&&&&&&&&&&01.2000001.2% 1,199,320 9,295.75 km2
(3,589.11 bt2)
130/km2
(340/sq mi)
29 Jun 1583
[15]
Luzon II 28 1 820
PH-CAN Camarines
Norte
Daet &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.6000000.6% 583,313 2,320.07 km2
(895.78 bt2)
250/km2
(650/sq mi)
15 Apr 1920
[16]
Luzon V 12 282
PH-CAS Camarines
Sur
[vii]
Pili &&&&&&&&&&&&&&01.9000001.9% 1,952,544 5,497.03 km2
(2,122.42 bt2)
360/km2
(930/sq mi)
27 May 1579
[17]
Luzon V 35 2 1,063
PH-CAM Camiguin Mambajao &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.1000000.1% 88,478 237.95 km2
(91.87 bt2)
370/km2
(960/sq mi)
18 Jun 1966 Mindanao X 5 58
PH-CAP Capiz Roxas &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.8000000.8% 761,384 2,594.64 km2
(1,001.80 bt2)
290/km2
(750/sq mi)
10 Mar 1917 Visayas VI 16 1 473
PH-CAT Catanduanes Virac &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.3000000.3% 260,964 1,492.16 km2
(576.13 bt2)
170/km2
(440/sq mi)
26 Sep 1945 Luzon V 11 315
PH-CAV Cavite Imus City[18] &&&&&&&&&&&&&&03.6000003.6% 3,678,301 1,574.17 km2
(607.79 bt2)
2,300/km2
(6,000/sq mi)
10 Mar 1614
[19]
Luzon IV-A 17 6 829
PH-CEB Cebu[viii] Cebu City[20] &&&&&&&&&&&&&&04.6000004.6% 4,632,359 5,342.00 km2
(2,062.56 bt2)
870/km2
(2,300/sq mi)
27 Apr 1565 Visayas VII 44 9 1,203
PH-COM Compostela Valley Nabunturan &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.7000000.7% 736,107 4,479.77 km2
(1,729.65 bt2)
160/km2
(410/sq mi)
31 Jan 1998 Mindanao XI 11 237
PH-NCO Cotabato Kidapawan &&&&&&&&&&&&&&01.4000001.4% 1,379,747 9,008.90 km2
(3,478.36 bt2)
150/km2
(390/sq mi)
1 Sep 1914
[21]
Mindanao XII 17 1 543
PH-DAV Davao
del Norte
Tagum &&&&&&&&&&&&&&01.&&&&&01.0% 1,016,332 3,426.97 km2
(1,323.16 bt2)
300/km2
(780/sq mi)
8 May 1967 Mindanao XI 8 3 223
PH-DAS Davao
del Sur
[ix]
Digos &&&&&&&&&&&&&&02.2000002.2% 2,265,579 4,607.59 km2
(1,779.00 bt2)
490/km2
(1,300/sq mi)
1 Sep 1914 Mindanao XI 9 2 414
PH-DVO Davao
Occidental
Malita &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.3000000.3% 316,342 2,163.45 km2
(835.31 bt2)
150/km2
(390/sq mi)
28 Oct 2013 Mindanao XI 5 105
PH-DAO Davao
Oriental
Mati &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.6000000.6% 558,958 5,679.64 km2
(2,192.92 bt2)
98/km2
(250/sq mi)
8 May 1967 Mindanao XI 10 1 183
PH-DIN Dinagat Islands San Jose &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.1000000.1% 127,152 1,036.34 km2
(400.13 bt2)
120/km2
(310/sq mi)
2 Dec 2006 Mindanao XIII 7 100
PH-EAS Eastern Samar Borongan &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.5000000.5% 467,160 4,660.47 km2
(1,799.42 bt2)
100/km2
(260/sq mi)
19 Jun 1965 Visayas VIII 22 1 597
PH-GUI Guimaras Jordan &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.2000000.2% 174,613 604.57 km2
(233.43 bt2)
290/km2
(750/sq mi)
22 May 1992 Visayas VI 5 98
PH-IFU Ifugao Lagawe &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.2000000.2% 202,802 2,628.21 km2
(1,014.76 bt2)
77/km2
(200/sq mi)
18 Jun 1966 Luzon CAR 11 175
PH-ILN Ilocos
Norte
Laoag &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.6000000.6% 593,081 3,467.89 km2
(1,338.96 bt2)
170/km2
(440/sq mi)
2 Feb 1818 Luzon I 21 2 557
PH-ILS Ilocos
Sur
Vigan &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.7000000.7% 689,668 2,596.00 km2
(1,002.32 bt2)
270/km2
(700/sq mi)
1572 Luzon I 32 2 768
PH-ILI Iloilo[x] Iloilo City[20] &&&&&&&&&&&&&&02.4000002.4% 2,384,415 5,079.17 km2
(1,961.08 bt2)
470/km2
(1,200/sq mi)
1566 Visayas VI 42 2 1,901
PH-ISA Isabela[xi] Ilagan &&&&&&&&&&&&&&01.6000001.6% 1,593,566 12,414.93 km2
(4,793.43 bt2)
130/km2
(340/sq mi)
1 May 1856 Luzon II 34 3 1,055
PH-KAL Kalinga Tabuk &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.2000000.2% 212,680 3,231.25 km2
(1,247.59 bt2)
66/km2
(170/sq mi)
18 Jun 1966 Luzon CAR 7 1 152
PH-LUN La Union San Fernando &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.8000000.8% 786,653 1,497.70 km2
(578.27 bt2)
530/km2
(1,400/sq mi)
2 Mar 1850 Luzon I 19 1 576
PH-LAG Laguna Santa Cruz &&&&&&&&&&&&&&03.&&&&&03.0% 3,035,081 1,917.85 km2
(740.49 bt2)
1,600/km2
(4,100/sq mi)
28 Jul 1571 Luzon IV-A 24 6 674
PH-LAN Lanao
del Norte
[xii]
Tubod &&&&&&&&&&&&&&01.&&&&&01.0% 1,019,013 4,159.94 km2
(1,606.16 bt2)
240/km2
(620/sq mi)
4 Jul 1959 Mindanao X 22 1 506
PH-LAS Lanao
del Sur
Marawi &&&&&&&&&&&&&&01.&&&&&01.0% 1,045,429 3,872.89 km2
(1,495.33 bt2)[22]
270/km2
(700/sq mi)
1 Sep 1914 Mindanao ARMM 39 1 1,159
PH-LEY Leyte[xiii] Tacloban[20] &&&&&&&&&&&&&&01.9000001.9% 1,966,768 6,515.05 km2
(2,515.47 bt2)
300/km2
(780/sq mi)
1735 Visayas VIII 40 3 1,641
PH-MAG Maguindanao[xiv] Shariff Aguak &&&&&&&&&&&&&&01.5000001.5% 1,473,371 6,146.53 km2
(2,373.19 bt2)[23]
240/km2
(620/sq mi)
22 Nov 1973 Mindanao ARMM 36 1 545
PH-MAD Marinduque Boac &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.2000000.2% 234,521 952.58 km2
(367.79 bt2)
250/km2
(650/sq mi)
21 Feb 1920 Luzon IV-B 6 218
PH-MAS Masbate Masbate City &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.9000000.9% 892,393 4,151.78 km2
(1,603.01 bt2)
210/km2
(540/sq mi)
18 Mar 1901
[24]
Luzon V 20 1 550
PH-MSC Misamis
Occidental
Oroquieta &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.6000000.6% 602,126 2,055.22 km2
(793.52 bt2)
290/km2
(750/sq mi)
8 Nov 1929 Mindanao X 14 3 490
PH-MSR Misamis
Oriental
[xv]
Cagayan de Oro[20] &&&&&&&&&&&&&&01.5000001.5% 1,564,459 3,544.32 km2
(1,368.47 bt2)
440/km2
(1,100/sq mi)
15 May 1901 Mindanao X 23 3 504
PH-MOU Mountain
Province
Bontoc &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.2000000.2% 154,590 2,157.38 km2
(832.97 bt2)
72/km2
(190/sq mi)
1846 Luzon CAR 10 144
PH-NEC Negros
Occidental
[xvi]
Bacolod[20] &&&&&&&&&&&&&&03.&&&&&03.0% 3,059,136 7,965.21 km2
(3,075.38 bt2)
380/km2
(980/sq mi)
1 Jan 1890
[25]
Visayas VI 19 13 662
PH-NER Negros
Oriental
Dumaguete &&&&&&&&&&&&&&01.3000001.3% 1,354,995 5,385.53 km2
(2,079.36 bt2)
250/km2
(650/sq mi)
1 Jan 1890
[26]
Visayas VII 20 6 557
PH-NSA Northern Samar Catarman &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.6000000.6% 632,379 3,692.93 km2
(1,425.85 bt2)
170/km2
(440/sq mi)
19 Jun 1965 Visayas VIII 24 569
PH-NUE Nueva Ecija Palayan[xvii] &&&&&&&&&&&&&&02.1000002.1% 2,151,461 5,751.33 km2
(2,220.60 bt2)
370/km2
(960/sq mi)
25 Apr 1801
[27]
Luzon III 27 5 849
PH-NUV Nueva Vizcaya Bayombong &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.4000000.4% 452,287 3,975.67 km2
(1,535.01 bt2)
110/km2
(280/sq mi)
24 May 1839
[28]
Luzon II 15 275
PH-MDC Occidental
Mindoro
Mamburao &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.5000000.5% 487,414 5,865.71 km2
(2,264.76 bt2)
83/km2
(210/sq mi)
15 Nov 1950
[29]
Luzon IV-B 11 162
PH-MDR Oriental
Mindoro
Calapan &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.8000000.8% 844,059 4,238.38 km2
(1,636.45 bt2)
200/km2
(520/sq mi)
1663 Luzon IV-B 14 1 426
PH-PLW Palawan[xviii] Puerto Princesa[20] &&&&&&&&&&&&&&01.1000001.1% 1,104,585 17,030.75 km2
(6,575.61 bt2)
65/km2
(170/sq mi)
23 Jan 1902 Luzon IV-B 23 1 433
PH-PAM Pampanga[xix] San Fernando &&&&&&&&&&&&&&02.6000002.6% 2,609,744 2,062.47 km2
(796.32 bt2)
1,300/km2
(3,400/sq mi)
11 Dec 1571 Luzon III 19 3 538
PH-PAN Pangasinan[xx] Lingayen &&&&&&&&&&&&&&02.9000002.9% 2,956,726 5,451.01 km2
(2,104.65 bt2)
540/km2
(1,400/sq mi)
5 Apr 1580
[30]
Luzon I 44 4 1,364
PH-QUE Quezon[xxi] Lucena[20] &&&&&&&&&&&&&&02.1000002.1% 2,122,830 9,069.60 km2
(3,501.79 bt2)
230/km2
(600/sq mi)
2 Mar 1901 Luzon IV-A 39 2 1,242
PH-QUI Quirino Cabarroguis &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.2000000.2% 188,991 2,323.47 km2
(897.10 bt2)
81/km2
(210/sq mi)
18 Jun 1966 Luzon II 6 132
PH-RIZ Rizal Pasig[xxii] &&&&&&&&&&&&&&02.9000002.9% 2,884,227 1,191.94 km2
(460.21 bt2)
2,400/km2
(6,200/sq mi)
23 Feb 1853 Luzon IV-A 13 1 188
PH-ROM Romblon Romblon &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.3000000.3% 292,781 1,533.45 km2
(592.07 bt2)
190/km2
(490/sq mi)
16 Mar 1901
[32]
Luzon IV-B 17 219
PH-WSA Samar Catbalogan &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.8000000.8% 780,481 6,048.03 km2
(2,335.16 bt2)
130/km2
(340/sq mi)
1768 Visayas VIII 24 2 951
PH-SAR Sarangani Alabel &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.5000000.5% 544,261 3,601.25 km2
(1,390.45 bt2)
150/km2
(390/sq mi)
16 Mar 1992 Mindanao XII 7 141
PH-SIG Siquijor Siquijor &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.1000000.1% 95,984 337.49 km2
(130.31 bt2)
280/km2
(730/sq mi)
17 Sep 1971 Visayas VII 6 134
PH-SOR Sorsogon Sorsogon City &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.8000000.8% 792,949 2,119.01 km2
(818.15 bt2)
370/km2
(960/sq mi)
17 Oct 1894 Luzon V 14 1 541
PH-SCO South Cotabato[xxiii] Koronadal &&&&&&&&&&&&&&01.5000001.5% 1,509,735 4,428.81 km2
(1,709.97 bt2)
340/km2
(880/sq mi)
18 Jun 1966 Mindanao XII 10 2 225
PH-SLE Southern Leyte Maasin &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.4000000.4% 421,750 1,798.61 km2
(694.45 bt2)
230/km2
(600/sq mi)
22 May 1959 Visayas VIII 18 1 500
PH-SUK Sultan Kudarat Isulan &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.8000000.8% 812,095 5,298.34 km2
(2,045.70 bt2)
150/km2
(390/sq mi)
22 Nov 1973 Mindanao XII 11 1 249
PH-SLU Sulu Jolo &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.8000000.8% 824,731 1,600.40 km2
(617.92 bt2)[33]
520/km2
(1,300/sq mi)
10 Mar 1917 Mindanao ARMM 19 410
PH-SUN Surigao
del Norte
Surigao City &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.5000000.5% 485,088 1,972.93 km2
(761.75 bt2)
250/km2
(650/sq mi)
15 May 1901 Mindanao XIII 20 1 335
PH-SUR Surigao
del Sur
Tandag &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.6000000.6% 592,250 4,932.70 km2
(1,904.53 bt2)
120/km2
(310/sq mi)
16 Jun 1960 Mindanao XIII 17 2 309
PH-TAR Tarlac Tarlac City &&&&&&&&&&&&&&01.4000001.4% 1,366,027 3,053.60 km2
(1,179.00 bt2)
450/km2
(1,200/sq mi)
28 Mar 1873
[34][35]
Luzon III 17 1 511
PH-TAW Tawi-Tawi Bongao[36] &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.4000000.4% 390,715 1,087.40 km2
(419.85 bt2)[37]
360/km2
(930/sq mi)
11 Sep 1973 Mindanao ARMM 11 203
PH-ZMB Zambales[xxiv] Iba &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.8000000.8% 823,888 3,830.83 km2
(1,479.09 bt2)
220/km2
(570/sq mi)
1578 Luzon III 13 1 247
PH-ZAN Zamboanga
del Norte
Dipolog &&&&&&&&&&&&&&01.&&&&&01.0% 1,011,393 7,301.00 km2
(2,818.93 bt2)
140/km2
(360/sq mi)
6 Jun 1952 Mindanao IX 25 2 691
PH-ZAS Zamboanga
del Sur
[xxv]
Pagadian &&&&&&&&&&&&&&01.9000001.9% 1,872,473 5,914.16 km2
(2,283.47 bt2)
320/km2
(830/sq mi)
1 Sep 1914 Mindanao IX 26 2 779
PH-ZSI Zamboanga
Sibugay
Ipil &&&&&&&&&&&&&&00.6000000.6% 633,129 3,607.75 km2
(1,392.96 bt2)
180/km2
(470/sq mi)
22 Feb 2001 Mindanao IX 16 389
PH-00 Metro Manila Manila  &&&&&&&&&&&&&012.80000012.8% 12,877,253 638.55 km2
(246.55 bt2)
20,000/km2
(52,000/sq mi)
Luzon NCR 1 16 1,706
  1. ^ Dates could refer to provincehood as established during the Spanish period, American period, or through Republic Acts.
  2. ^ Metro Manila is included for comparison although it is not a province but an administrative region.
Table notes
  1. ^ Figures include the independent city of Butuan.
  2. ^ Cabadbaran has been made the official capital of the province, as per Republic Act No. 8811. However, the seat of the provincial government is still in the process of being transferred from Butuan, where the provincial government still holds office.
  3. ^ The province maintains another government center in Luna, where many national and provincial agencies now hold office.[10]
  4. ^ Figures include the city of Isabela.
  5. ^ The city of Isabela is served by the offices of Region IX.
  6. ^ Figures include the independent city of Baguio.
  7. ^ Figures include the independent city of Naga.
  8. ^ Figures include the independent cities of Cebu, Lapu-Lapu and Mandaue.
  9. ^ Figures include the independent city of Davao.
  10. ^ Figures include the independent city of Iloilo.
  11. ^ Figures include the independent city of Santiago.
  12. ^ Figures include the independent city of Iligan.
  13. ^ Figures include the independent cities of Ormoc and Tacloban.
  14. ^ Figures include the independent city of Cotabato.
  15. ^ Figures include the independent city of Cagayan de Oro.
  16. ^ Figures include the independent city of Bacolod.
  17. ^ The provincial government still uses and maintains facilities in the former capital, Cabanatuan.
  18. ^ Figures include the independent city of Puerto Princesa.
  19. ^ Figures include the independent city of Angeles.
  20. ^ Figures include the independent city of Dagupan.
  21. ^ Figures include the independent city of Lucena.
  22. ^ The provincial government has already transferred its operations to Antipolo from Pasig, although no legislation on the national level has been enacted yet recognizing the new capital.[31]
  23. ^ Figures include the independent city of General Santos.
  24. ^ Figures include the independent city of Olongapo.
  25. ^ Figures include the independent city of Zamboanga.

Rujukan[sunting | sunting sumber]

  1. ^ "About the League of Provinces". League of Provinces of the Philippines. Dicapai 2008-01-12 
  2. ^ http://www.philstar.com/headlines/2017/10/16/1749451/here-are-philippines-richest-cities-provinces-and-towns-2016
  3. ^ "ISO 3166-2 Newsletter: Changes in the list of subdivision names and code elements" (PDF). ISO (International Organization for Standardization). 30 June 2010. m/s. 56–58. Dicapai 19 January 2015. 
  4. ^ "Highlights of the Philippine Population 2015 Census of Population". 2015 Census of Population. Philippine Statistics Authority. 19 May 2016. Dicapai 20 May 2016. 
  5. ^ "List of Provinces". PSGC Interactive. Makati City, Philippines: National Statistical Coordination Board. Dicapai 15 March 2013. 
  6. ^ Templat:Cite act/core
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  8. ^ "Proclamation No. 290, s. 1956". GOVPH. Dicapai 22 February 2016. 
  9. ^ "Albay celebrates 439th Foundation Day". balita-dot-ph. Dicapai 14 October 2015. 
  10. ^ "Apayao gov't center established in Luna". Philippine Information Agency. [pautan putus]
  11. ^ http://www.philstar.com:8080/nation/2016/07/09/1601139/basilan-starts-construction-new-provincial-govt-center
  12. ^ Bangsamoro Development Plan: Environment and Natural Resources
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  14. ^ "No work on Monday, July 23, in observance of Bohol Day". The Bohol Standard. Dicapai 18 December 2015. 
  15. ^ "Festivals". Official Website of the Provincial Government of Cagayan. Dicapai 18 December 2015. 
  16. ^ "Camarines Norte holds Bantayog fest". Philippine Daily Inquirer (dalam bahasa Filipino). Dicapai 31 December 2015. 
  17. ^ Abad, Danilo. "Kaogma 2015 isasagawa sa Camarines Sur". Philippine Information Agency. Dicapai 31 December 2015. 
  18. ^ The provincial government of Cavite makes it clear that Imus City is the provincial capital, while the seat of the provincial government is Trece Martires City. Official Website of the Province of Cavite - Quick Facts Imus is capital of Cavite — Maliksi
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  20. ^ a b c d e f g Because the provincial government holds office within an independent city, in effect the province maintains the seat of its government outside its jurisdiction.
  21. ^ Unson, John. "North Cotabato set for Kalivungan fest, 101st anniversary". The Philippine Star. Dicapai 14 October 2015. 
  22. ^ Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao, Department of Agriculture: Lanao del Sur (The value given at NSCB is unreasonable and must be assumed as erroneous, see Talk:Lanao del Sur#Area.)
  23. ^ Provincial Government of Maguindanao: Brief Profile (There seems to be major discrepancies among authoritative sources: 972,904 ha (NSCB); 6,565 km² (Historical Dictionary of the Philippines); 5,176.1 km² (NAMRIA))
  24. ^ "President Aquino declares March 18 as special non-working day in Masbate in commemoration of 112th Foundation Day". Presidential Communications Operations Office. Dicapai 1 January 2016. 
  25. ^ "History of Negros Occidental". Official Website of the Provincial Government of Negros Occidental. 
  26. ^ "History of Negros Oriental". Official Website of the Provincial Government of Negros Oriental. Diarkibkan daripada asal pada 2017-02-15. 
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  28. ^ Babiera, Lester G. (2014-07-14). "Nueva Vizcaya mounts Ammungan fest, celebrates diversity". Philippine Daily Inquirer. Dicapai 2015-10-07. 
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  31. ^ Rosario, Ben (23 September 2017). "Bill seeks to make Antipolo City the capital of Rizal". Manila Bulletin. Dicapai 23 January 2018. 
  32. ^ "History of Romblon". United Romblon Ministerial Fellowship. Dicapai 1 January 2016. 
  33. ^ Province of Sulu: Brief Profile Diarkibkan 2011-02-26 di Wayback Machine. (There seems to be major discrepancies among authoritative sources: 343,699 ha (NSCB 2007), 175,460 ha (NSCB 2000), 167,377 ha (NAMRIA))
  34. ^ "History of Tarlac". Province of Tarlac. Dicapai 7 October 2015. 
  35. ^ "Proclamation No. 109, s. 1998". Dicapai 7 October 2015. 
  36. ^ The National Statistical Coordination Board recognizes both Bongao and Panglima Sugala as capitals of the province. However, the provincial capitol is located in Bongao, the de facto seat of government.
  37. ^ Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao, Department of Agriculture: Tawi-Tawi (There seems to be major discrepancies among authoritative sources: 362,655 ha (NSCB 2007), 120,876 ha (NAMRIA), 1,197 km² (Department of Tourism), 999 km² (Mapcentral))

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