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Batangas
Lalawigan ng Batangas (Province o Batangas)
Batangas Provincial Capitol
Batangas Provincial Capitol
Nickname(s):
  • Laund o Rolling Hills an Wide Shore Launds.
  • Lalawigan ng mga Magigiting
Motto(s): "Rich Batangas!"
Location in the Philippines
Location in the Philippines
Coordinates: 13°50′N 121°00′E / 13.83°N 121°E / 13.83; 121Coordinates: 13°50′N 121°00′E / 13.83°N 121°E / 13.83; 121
Kintra Philippines
Region Calabarzon (Region IV-A)
Foondit December 8, 1581
Caipital Batangas Ceety
Govrenment
 • Govrenor Hermilando Mandanas (UNA)
 • Vice Govrenor Sofronio Ona (NPC)
Aurie[1]
 • Total 3,119.75 km2 (1,204.54 sq mi)
Aurie rank 44t oot o 81
Heichest elevation (Moont Makiling) 1,090 m (3,580 ft)
Population (2015 census)[2]
 • Tot 2,694,335
 • Rank 7t oot o 81
 • Density 860/km2 (2,200/sq mi)
 • Density rank 6t oot o 81
Diveesions
 • Independent ceeties 0
 • Component ceeties
 • Municipalities
 • Barangays 1,078
 • Destricts 1st tae 6t destricts o Batangas
Demographics
 • Ethnic groups
Time zone PHT (UTC+8)
ZIP code 4200–4234
IDD:aurie code +63 (0)43
ISO 3166 code PH
Spoken leids
Wabsteid www.batangas.gov.ph

Batangas (Filipino: Lalawigan ng Batangas), (Spaingie: Provincia de Batangas), is a first cless province o the Philippines locatit on the soothwastren pairt o Luzon in the CALABARZON region. Its caipital is Batangas Ceety an it is bordered bi the provinces o Cavite an Laguna tae the north an Quezon tae the east. Athort the Verde Island Passages tae the sooth is the island o Mindoro an tae the wast lees the Sooth Cheenae Sea. Poetically, Batangas is aften referred tae bi its auncient name Kumintang.

Etymologie[eedit | eedit soorce]

The first recordit name o the Province wis Kumintang. Its centre, the present day Balayan, wis the maist progressive toun o the Province an the tradeetional centre o govrenance. Later, as the eruption o the Taal Volcano destroyed a significant portion o the toun, the provincial centre wis transferred tae Taal, which wis then cried Bonbon an the name o the province wis chyngit efter that o the toun.

The term Batangan means a raft, the fowk uised so that they coud fish in the nearbi Taal Loch. It meant the numerous logs foond in the Calumpang River an aw, the bouk o watter that runs throu the northeastren portion o the toun an assumes the shape o a tunin fork.

Poleetical Subdiveesions[eedit | eedit soorce]

Poleetical map o Batangas

Batangas is subdividit intae 31 municipalities an 3 ceeties.

Ceety Destrict No. o
Barangays
Population
(2010)
Aurie
(km²)
Pop. density
(per km²)
Ceety Mayor
Batangas Ceety
II
105
305,607
282.96
1080.0/km²
Eduardo B. Dimacuha
Lipa
IV
72
283,468
209.4
1353.7/km²
Meynardo A. Sabili
Tanauan
III
48
152,393
107.16
1422.1/km²
Antonio C. Halili
Municipality Destrict No. of
Barangays
Population
(2010)
Area
(km²)
Pop. density
(per km²)
Municipal Mayor
Agoncillo
III
21
35,794
49.96
716.5/km²
Daniel L. Reyes
Alitagtag
III
19
23,649
27.40
920.6/km²
Anthony Francis G. Andal
Balayan
I
48
81,805
108.73
730.3/km²
Emmanuel Salvador O. Fronda
Balete
III
13
20,214
25.00
770.1/km²
Leovino O. Hidalgo
Bauan
II
40
81,351
53.31
1497/km²
Ryanh M. Dolor
Calaca
I
40
70,521
11.40
11,983/km²
Sofronio Manuel C. Ona
Calatagan
I
25
51,997
11.40
11,983/km²
Sophia G. Palacio
Cuenca
III
21
31,236
11.40
11,983/km²
Celerino A. Endaya
Ibaan
IV
26
48,482
86.00
1,142/km²
Juan V. Toreja
Laurel
III
21
35,674
73.07
258.5/km²
Randy James E. Amo
Lemery
I
46
81,825
73.07
258.5/km²
Charisma M. Alilio
Lian
I
19
45,943
91.03
490/km²
Isagani I. Bolompo
Lobo
II
26
37,070
175.09
220/km²
Gaudioso R. Manalo
Mabini
II
34
44,391
44.47
910/km²
Nilo M. Villanueva
Malvar
III
15
45,952
33.00
1300/km²
Carlito P. Reyes
Mataas na Kahoy
III
16
27,117
22.10
1,100/km²
Jay M. Ilagan
Nasugbu
I
43
122,483
278.51
410/km²
Charito M. Apacible
Padre Garcia
IV
18
44,877
41.51
1000/km²
Abraham A. Gutierrez
Rosario
IV
48
105,561
226.88
420/km²
Manuel B. Alvarez
San Jose
IV
33
68,517
53.29
1,200/km²
Entiquio M. Briones
San Juan
IV
42
94,291
273.40
320/km²
Rodolfo H. Manalo
San Luis
II
26
30,701
42.56
700/km²
Roberto C. Diokno
San Nicolas
III
18
20,599
14.34
1,300/km²
Epifanio R. Sandoval
San Pascual
II
29
59,598
50.70
1,100/km²
Antonio A. Dimayuga
Santa Teresita
III
17
17,415
16.30
1,000/km²
Ma. Aurea V. Segunial
Santo Tomas
III
30
124,740
95.41
1,200/km²
Edna P. Sanchez
Taal
I
42
51,503
29.76
1,700/km²
Michael D. Montenegro
Talisay
III
21
39,600
28.20
1,400/km²
Gerry C. Natanauan
Taysan
IV
20
35,357
93.62
360/km²
Victor P. Portugal, Jr.
Tingloy
II
15
16,870
33.70
560/km²
Lauro F. Alvarez
Tuy
I
22
40,734
94.65
430/km²
Jose Jecerell C. Cerrado

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. "List of Provinces". PSGC Interactive. Makati City, Philippines: National Statistical Coordination Board. Archived frae the oreeginal on 21 January 2013. Retrieved 1 November 2013. 
  2. Census of Population (2015). Highlights of the Philippine Population 2015 Census of Population. PSA. Retrieved 20 Juin 2016.  Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)

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