capital of the Philippines

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: of the Philippines - the capital and largest city of the Philippinescapital of the Philippines - the capital and largest city of the Philippines; located on southern Luzon
Philippines, Republic of the Philippines - a republic on the Philippine Islands; achieved independence from the United States in 1946
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Davao, recognized as the Cacao Capital of the Philippines was in the spotlight in a baking competition held at the Abreeza Mall Activity Center last August 14, 2019.
As of 2018, the tuna industry employs some 137,000 people in General Santos, touted as the 'tuna capital of the Philippines.'
As the tiangge capital of the Philippines, we are proud that we are getting global recognition by none other than the Queen of 'Do-It-Yourself' and Crafts," expresses Jaime E.
13, 2019, SPA -- The Embassy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in Manila, capital of The Philippines, has celebrated Eid Al-Adh-ha, in the presence of a number of Saudi citizens, accredited ambassadors of Islamic countries to The Philippines, scholars and Islamic dignitaries.
Yangot said Baguio used to be called the City of Pines and Pine Tree Capital of the Philippines because of the proliferation of the trees.
Camiguin, known as the Lanzones Capital of the Philippines, will celebrate its Lanzones Festival this coming October 16 to 22.
Siargao, which ranked first, is well known for its waves and was tagged as the Surfing Capital of the Philippines. Palawan, clinching the second spot, is known for its biodiversity and natural wonders such as the Puerto Princesa Underground River.
8 (BNA): The Saudi-Philippine Joint Committee's 5th round started meetings in Manila, the Capital of the Philippines.
A Taiwanese man was arrested in the capital of the Philippines on Aug.24 for illegally possessing a large amount of ammunition and drugs.
Hong Kong Airlines will operate daily flights between its home base of Hong Kong and Manila, the capital of the Philippines from 1 June 2018 - the latest addition to the airline's expanding network, the company said.
Guests flying between Muscat and Manila, the capital of the Philippines, can take advantage of an increased allowance of 50kg for two bags.