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Regions, Provinces and Capitals

REGION I - ILOCOS ILOCOS NORTE Capital - Laoag City ILOCOS SUR Capital - Vigan City LA UNION Capital - San Fernando City PANGASINAN Capital - Lingayen

REGION II - CAGAYAN VALLEY BATANES Capital - Basco CAGAYAN Capital - Tuguegarao City ISABELA Capital - Ilagan NUEVA VIZCAYA Capital - Bayombong QUIRINO Capital - Cabarroguis

REGION III - CENTRAL LUZON AURORA Capital - Baler BATAAN Capital - Balanga City BULACAN Capital - Malolos City PAMPANGA Capital - San Fernando City NUEVA ECIJA Capital - Palayan City TARLAC Capital - Tarlac City ZAMBALES Capital - Iba

REGION IV-A - CALABARZON BATANGAS Capital - Batangas City CAVITE Capital - Trece Martirez City LAGUNA Capital - Santa Cruz QUEZON Capital - Lucena City RIZAL Capital - Antipolo City

REGION IV-B - MIMAROPA MARINDUQUE Capital - Boac OCCIDENTAL MINDORO Capital - Mamburao ORIENTAL MINDORO Capital - Calapan City PALAWAN Capital - Puerto Princesa City ROMBLON Capital - Romblon

REGION V - BICOL ALBAY Capital - Legazpi City CAMARINES NORTE Capital - Daet CAMARINES SUR Capital - Pili CATANDUANES Capital - Virac MASBATE Capital - Masbate City SORSOGON Capital - Sorsogon City

REGION VI - WESTERN VISAYAS AKLAN Capital - Kalibo ANTIQUE Capital - San Jose CAPIZ Capital - Roxas City GUIMARAS Capital - Jordan ILOILO Capital - Iloilo City NEGROS OCCIDENTAL Capital - Bacolod City

REGION VII - CENTRAL VISAYAS BOHOL Capital - Tagbilaran City CEBU Capital - Cebu City NEGROS ORIENTAL Capital - Dumaguete City SIQUIJOR Capital - Siquijor

REGION VIII - EASTERN VISAYAS BILIRAN Capital - Naval EASTERN SAMAR Capital - Borongan City LEYTE Capital - Tacloban City NORTHERN SAMAR Capital - Catarman SOUTHERN LEYTE Capital - Maasin City WESTERN SAMAR (SAMAR) Capital - Catbalogan City

REGION IX - ZAMBOANGA PENINSULA ZAMBOANGA DEL NORTE Capital - Dipolog City ZAMBOANGA DEL SUR Capital - Pagadian City ZAMBOANGA SIBUGAY Capital - Ipil

REGION X - NORTHERN MINDANAO BUKIDNON Capital - Malaybalay City CAMIGUIN Capital - Mambajao LANAO DEL NORTE Capital - Tubod MISAMIS OCCIDENTAL Capital - Oroquieta City MISAMIS ORIENTAL Capital - Cagayan de Oro City

REGION XI - DAVAO COMPOSTELA VALLEY Capital - Nabunturan DAVAO DEL NORTE Capital - Tagum City DAVAO DEL SUR Capital - Digos City DAVAO ORIENTAL Capital - City of Mati

REGION XII - SOCCSKSARGEN COTABATO (NORTH COTABATO) Capital - Kidapawan City SARANGANI Capital - Alabel SOUTH COTABATO Capital - Koronadal City SULTAN KUDARAT Capital - Isulan REGION XIII - CARAGA AGUSAN DEL NORTE Capital - Cabadbaran City AGUSAN DEL SUR Capital - Prosperidad DINAGAT ISLANDS Capital - San Jose SURIGAO DEL NORTE Capital - Surigao City SURIGAO DEL SUR Capital - Tandag City

ARMM REGION - AUTONOMOUS REGION IN MUSLIM MINDANAO BASILAN Capital - Basilan LANAO DEL SUR Capital - Marawi City MAGUINDANAO Capital - Shariff Aguak (Maganoy) SHARIFF KABUNSUAN Capital - Datu Odin Sinsuat

SULU Capital - Jolo TAWI-TAWI Capital - Panglima Sugala (Balimbing)

CAR REGION - CORDILLERA ADMINISTRATIVE REGION ABRA Capital - Bangued APAYAO Capital - Kabugao BENGUET Capital - La Trinidad IFUGAO Capital - Lagawe KALINGA Capital - Tabuk MT. PROVINCE Capital - Bontoc NCR REGION - NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION Cities: Kalookan, Las Pinas, Makati, Malabon, Mandaluyong, Manila, Marikina, Muntinlupa, Navotas, Paranaque, Pasay, Pasig, Quezon City, San Juan, Taguig, Valenzuela Municipality: Pateros…...

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