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Zamboanga Peninsula

Region 9

Irish Grace Dubrico

on 25 February 2013

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Zamboanga Peninsula
is a part of the island body of Mindanao. It has 3 provinces, 5 cities and 67 municipalities. It is was known as Western Mindanao. Its regional center is PAGADIAN CITY. Key Cities:
Zamboanga City
Pagadian City, ZDS
Dipolog City, ZDN
Dapitan City, ZDN
Isabela City Tribal Components (People Groups) Subanen/ Subano TAUSUG SAMAL Bisaya Muslims Ilonggo II. PROVINCIAL COMPONENTS Zamboanga Sibugay is a province of the Philippines located in the Zamboanga Peninsula region in Mindanao. Its capital is IPIL. It was made a Province in the year 2001. around 500K population with 16 municipalities and 389 barangays Crops produced:
fruit trees
root crops COAL(carbon) MINING is also present in the province. INDUSTRIES:
rice and corn milling
food processing
rattan and wood furniture production Its capital is Pagadian City. It has 26 municipalities and 681 barangays. Its capital is Dipolog City. It is the largest province of Zamboanga Peninsula in terms of land area. Zamboanga del Norte has a mild and moderate climate due to evenly distributed rainfall throughout the year. Its southern portion has a longer dry season. The province has a relatively high mean annual rainfall that varies from 1,599 millimeters in drier areas to 3,500 millimeters in the wettest portion. Temperature is relatively warm and constant throughout the year ranging from the minimum temperature of 22 to 35 degrees Celsius. KALIBUGAN BAJAU IV. Customs/
Practices COURTSHIP &
FAMILY LIFE III. SALIENT FEATURES Surrounded by bodies of water, the region has, thus, relied on fishing as one of its major industries. Bays: Sindangan, Sibuco, Sibuguey, Dumanquilas, Maligay, Taguite &
Pagadian Bodies of Water Rivers: Kumalarang, Sibuguey, Dinas& Labangas LAND FORMS Zamboanga del Norte –hilly & mountainous with plains along the coastlines Zamboanga del Sur–flat coastal plain with interior mountains ETHNIC COMPOSITIONS HOME OF... Zamboanga City
"Asia's Latin City" City of Dapitan is also known as the "Shrine City in the Philippines" City of Dipolog is also known as the "Gateway to Western Mindanao" and "Orchid City" of the Philippines and the "Bottled Sardines Capital of the Philippines." City of Pagadian is also known as the "Little Hongkong of the South" V. HISTORICAL PLACES VII. TOURISTS SPOTS VIII. POPULAR PEOPLE IX. LITERARY PIECES VI. BRIEF BACKGROUND Together with the Sulu Archipelago, the provinces that formerly made up Zamboanga province were organized into Region IX by order of Presidential Decree No. 1 as part of the Integrated Reorganization Plan of President Ferdinand Marcos Between 1975 to 1989 the old Region IX (Western Mindanao) was divided into two sub-regions by Presidential Decree No. 773 dated August 21, 1975. Sub-Region IX-A consisted of Basilan, Sulu and Tawi-Tawi with Jolo, Sulu as the sub-regional center. Sub-Region IX-B consisted of the provinces of Zamboanga del Norte and Zamboanga del Sur, with the chartered city of Zamboanga City as the sub-regional center. In 2001, Zamboanga Sibugay, was created from the province of Zamboanga del Sur with Ipil as the seat of government. In the same year, the residents of Basilan opted to join the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) in a plebiscite. However, the citizens of the capital, Isabela, did not want to join so the city remained a part of this region with the as a result of Executive Order No. 36. In 2004, Pagadian officially became the Regional Center for Region IX- Zamboanga Peninsula, despite opposition from Zamboanga City, the former Regional Center. Lakewood •Lake Dasay SOMINOT CAVE Dao-Dao Islands Pulacan Falls Mt. Susong Dalaga Manga Falls DAKAK VINTAS PASONANCA PARK Rizal Shrine Filipino- Japanese Memorial Park Sta. Cruz Marker Holy Rosary Cathedral (Dipolog City) People we should be proud of! Priscillano "Pres" Antonio Romanillos Have you even wondered who made these? A proud Zamboangueño and Filipino Cesar Cortez Climaco The Brave Mayor who died fighting for what He believes in. FREEDOM for every living Filipino. His life was made into a film entitled
"Mayor Cesar Climaco" in 1994. Mario Herrero O'Hara A very good director who was awarded many times. Francis Macansantos
The Kingdom of Keboklagan A Subanen Epic An Oral Literature YAKAN FESTIVALS La Hermosa Festival
or popularly known as Fiesta Pilar Sibug- Sibug Festival Kinabayo Festival Megayon Festival Subanen Wedding SUBANEN BAJAU TAUSUG Zamboangueño SUBANEN Zamboangueño BAJAU On 1942, the occupied by the Japanese Imperial forces taken in Zamboanga Peninsula On 1945, the liberation at Zamboanga Peninsula by defenders of the Philippine and United States forces against the Japanese Imperial forces during the World War II On June 6, 1952, the province was divided into two provinces, Zamboangadel Norte and Zamboanga del Sur, while the chartered City of Zamboanga became an independent city. Through Executive Order No. 36 signed by President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo on September 2001 which provides for the reorganization of the administrative regions in Mindanao, Region IX presently consists of the three (3) provinces of Zamboangadel Norte, Zamboanga del Sur and ZamboangaSibugay. "Communion" Maribeth dela Cruz
(Babes Cajayon) famous as Martha Cecila has realeased more than one hundred
pocketbooks under PHR. was born in Dapitan City has written the series 'Kristine'
which was made into a television series.
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