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National Capital Region, Philippines

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The National Capital Region of the Philippines is not divided into provinces. It comprises eight cities and nine municipalities, which I infer would be known in other parts of the world as towns or townships.
John Ayer, 4 February 2001

Caloocan City

[Caloocan City, Philippines] by Jaume Ollé, 4 February 2001

The northernmost locality in the National Capital Region is Caloocan City, with a population in 1995 of 1,023,159 in 215,122 households.
John Ayer, 4 February 2001


Manila

[Flag of Manila] by Paolo, 3 November 2005

The flag of Manila according the book that came from the Heraldry Office of the presidency. Manila is a chartered city, and like many others chartered, has its own flag (all the flags of these cities and provinces are included in the book).
Jaume Ollé, 14 April, 2000

Manila, the Philippine national capital had 1,654,761 inhabitants in 347,173 households in 1995.
John Ayer, 4 February 2001

The seal on a flag I have is similar but the words and the stars on my flag are both in yellow. The flag I've got was made in Manila in one of the most important flag makers.
Paolo, 3 November 2005


Pasay City

[Pasay City, Philippines] by Dirk Schönberger, 4 February 2001

Source: Symbols of the state

Pasay City had 408,610 inhabitants in 86,253 households.
John Ayer
, 4 February 2001


Quezon

[Quezon, Philippines] by Jaume Ollé, 4 February 2001

Quezon is the biggest city in the National Capital District, in both area and population. Its inhabitants number 1,989,419 in 415,788 households by the 1995 census.
John Ayer, 4 February 2001


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