Cavite Province, Philippines
List of Municipalities in the Cavite Province within Region IV-A in the Republic of The Philippines
Alfonso | Amadeo | Carmona | Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo | Gen. Mariano Alvarez | General Trias | Indang | Kawit | Magallanes | Maragondon | Mendez | Naic | Noveleta | Rosario | Silang | Tanza | Ternate
Cities in the Province of Cavite: Bacoor City | Cavite City | Dasmariñas City | Imus City | Tagaytay City | Trece Martires City (Capital)
Seal of Cavite
The Province of Cavite within the Philippines
The Municipalities of Cavite within the Province
Cavite provincial capitol
Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo Monument at the Cavite Provincial Capitol
Catholic Church in Silang Cavite
Naic Cavite, Historical Plaque
Cavite Province, Philippines
Cavite has 17 Municipalities, 6 Cities, and 829 barangays. - Every barangay in the province of Cavite has an Interactive Webpage of its own.
Welcome to Cavite, Philippines
- article below verbatim from: www.cavite.gov.ph
A first class province which is a major urban growth center and economic player in Southern Luzon Region very much near Manila, the Capital and international gateway of the Philippines.
Be part of this province where creation of history and legendary accomplishments for the country abound such as the birth of the Philippine freedom, first full hoisting of the country’s flag, successful composition of the country’s national anthem, and now peaceful industrial revolution, rapid urbanization and economic upswing driven by committed body of people.
Transcending from generation to generation, Cavite has shaped its unique brand image. Its significant contribution for the independence of the Philippines as a Republic was highlighted by the actual declaration of the country’s freedom in Kawit on June 12, 1898 under the strong leadership of General Emilio Aguinaldo, the First President of the Republic, who served as the foundation of inspiration of all Caviteňos. At this time, the province celebrates a special event known as Kalayaan Festival, renowned to feature the history of the Philippine Independence, to commemorate the sacrifices and heroism of the great Caviteňos.
At a glance, the continuing economic progress of Cavite as a crowned first class province is seen with the proliferation of various commercial and industrial establishments complimented by the rise in the number of high-end real estate developments. Its 41 industrial zones strategically located along Cavite’s major thoroughfares serve as home of about 800 industrial establishments where about a million workforce are productively employed.
The province is regarded globally-competitive. It is recognized world wide through its tourism focal points most specially among the golf enthusiasts who fly to the country to enjoy their club swings and match plays, and explore accompanying awesome tourists attractions and world-class special interest facilities along the countryside.
For investments or leisure, Cavite has it all. Its people who are service oriented and visionary, are people of great talents and excellence in various skills and fields of discipline. Their hospitality and warm affection are felt as they enthusiastically receive tourists, and their marked wit and ingenuity excel as dependable management and labor force of international company locators and local entrepreneurs.
Cavite’s home-grown products complete one’s visit and stay to the province. The enchanting aroma of its locally produced coffee called “Café Amadeo” would surely make one’s senses alive. Café Alamid, the most expensive variety of coffee which is known for its invigorating and immune system building and boosting effects is likewise making its trademark in the international market. Expansion of Propagation and research and development for value-adding business enterprises of these identified products along with commercial volume of making native handicrafts and home decors are big potentials for profitable investments.
To back up all these, Cavite strictly adopt the provisions and incentives given under the Board of Investment’s Omnibus Investments Code and that of the Philippine Economic Zone, on top of its own Local Incentives and Investment Code to take care of the viability of business establishments and operations in the province.
These and much more make Cavite a province truly amazing, an inspiration that builds strong confidence to its people to proudly say, “Come to Cavite, be part of the revolution”!
- article above verbatim from: www.cavite.gov.ph
Location of Cavite, Philippines
Cavite is located in Region IV-A in the island of Luzon.
History of Cavite, Philippines
- article below verbatim from: www.cavite.gov.ph
The provincial government of Cavite has a colorful history. During the greater part of the Spanish regime the provincial administration was handled by the alcalde mayor who was the representative of the governor and captain general in Manila. As alter ego of the Chief executive of the country, the alcalde mayor exercised over all executive, judicial, and legislative functions within his jurisdiction. He was in fact a petty captain general because he held under his orders the armed forces of the province for purposes of defense and maintenance of peace and order. By the Decree of June 25, 1847 the title of alcalde mayor in Cavite was changed to politico-military governor. He was also tripped of judicial functions.
The last Spanish politico-military governor of Cavite, with headquarters in the cabecera of Cavite (now Cavite City), was Col. Fernando Pargas whom Emilio Aguinaldo, as captain municipal of Cavite el Viejo (now Kawit), saw on the morning of August 31, 1896 to ask for a detachment of soldiers to protect his town from bandits. Aguinaldo’s plan was to ambush the government troops on their way to Kawit and seize their arms which his Magdalo followers needed urgently to start the armed uprising against Spain.
While waiting for his turn to talk to Pargas in his office, Aguinaldo learned that only one company of soldiers was left in Cavite as all available infantry men had been sent to Manila upon urgent summons from Governor and Captain General Ramon Blanco, who had placed eight Luzon provinces (Manila, Bulacan, Pampanga, Tarlac, Nueva Ecija, Laguna, Batangas and Cavite) under martial law following the discovery of the Katipunan secret society.
With this valuable information, Aguinaldo returned posthaste to Kawit and with the help of two councilmen, Candido tria Tirona and Santiago Daño, led the assault and capture of the town’s tribunal (municipal building). Earlier that day the towns of San Francisco de Malabon (now General Trias) and Noveleta had risen in arms and taken over the control of the local government. It was this cry of Cavite on August 31, 1896, that signaled the beginning of the revolution. This soon spilled over to nearby provinces until it engulfed the entire country.
Spanish sovereignty in the Philippines was overthrown by revolutionists led by Aguinaldo. Historical documents show that during the revolutionary regime, Cavite had three politico-military governors: Mariano Trias, Emiliano Riego de Dios and Ladislao Diwa.
The revolutionary regime was succeeded by the American regime. Cavite had nine provincial governors from the start of the American regime until the establishment of the Commonwealth government in 1935. These governors were Mariano Trias (1901-1905; Louis J. Van Schaick (1906-1907); Leonardo R. Osorio (1908-1909); Tomas Mascardo (1910-1912); Antero S. Soriano (1912-1919); Luis O. Ferrer, Sr.; (1919-1921); Raymundo Jeciel 91922-1925); Fabian Pugeda (1925-1931) and Pedro F. Espiritu (1931-1934).
The Commonwealth regime lasted from 1935 to 1946. It was interrupted by the Pacific war and the subsequent Japanese occupation of the country. Three governors served during the first phase: Ramon Samonte (1935-1939); Emilio P. Virata, acting governor (1939), and Luis Y. Ferrer, Jr. (1940-1944). Ferrer was succeeded by Mariano N. Castañeda from May to November 1944.
The Japanese-sponsored Second Republic under Dr. Jose P. Laurel was proclaimed in October 1943. Dominador M. Camerino was appointed governor from December 1944 to the early part of February 1945. On February 13, Castañeda was recalled as governor by the commander of the advancing Allied forces.
The Commonwealth government was reestablished towards the end of February 1945 with Rafael F. Trias as the governor. He served for only a few months after he was succeeded by Francisco T. Arca.
The Third republic was established on July 4, 1946 by virtue of the Tydings-McDuffie Act. Manuel Roxas, the last elected president of the commonwealth, continued as president of the Third Republic. During that time, Dominador Camerino was appointed governor. During the end of his term, Mariano B. Villanueva and Horacio Rodriguez took turn of Camerino’s position.
Camerino was elected governor in 1952, but again toward the latter part of his term, he was replaced by Dominador Mangubat who acted as governor from 1954 to 1955. Mangubat was followed by Delfin Montano who was elected governor for four consecutive terms (1956 to 1971). Lino D. Bocalan succeeded him in 1952. He was replaced by Dominador M. Camerino who served as acting governor from October 1, 1972 until his death on July 24, 1979.
It was Juanito R. Remulla who was appointed as acting governor on September 25, 1979. Under the Third Republic, he was reelected governor on January 30, 1980. President Marcos proclaimed the Fourth Republic in 1981 and still, Remulla was in his service as governor until February 19, 1986. Fernando C. Campos succeeded him in 1986 to 1987. Remulla was still reelected for a long term (1987-1995). He was succeeded by Epimaco A. Velasco from 1995 to January 1998 and when he was given a position at the National Bureau of Investigation, Ramon “Bong” Revilla, Jr. was appointed in place of him. Bong Revilla served from February 2, 1998 to 2001. He was then replaced by Ayong S. Maliksi in 2001.
At present Governor Erineo “Ayong” S. Maliksi is considered the Father of Cavite who is holding a very important position in the province. For his years in service, he has continued serving the Caviteños towards advancement and great progress in various sectors. (Source: Saulo and de Ocampo (1985). History of Cavite. Provincial Government of Cavite, Trece Martires City)
- article above verbatim from: www.cavite.gov.ph
People of Cavite, Philippines
- Cavite Population (as of Aug 1, 2007)= 2,856,765
- Cavite Registered Voters (COMELEC 2010)= 1,323,895
- Elected officials of Cavite for the term of 2013-2016
- Provincial Governor of Cavite: Juanito Victor Catigbayan Remulla Jr. - LAKAS CHRISTIAN MUSLIM DEMOCRATS
- Provincial Vice-Governor of Cavite: REVILLA, RAMON JOLO - LAKAS CHRISTIAN MUSLIM DEMOCRATS
- House Representatives of Cavite:
- 1st District Congressman: ABAYA, FRANCIS GERALD (LP) LIBERAL PARTY
- 2nd District: Not reported by comelec
- 3rd District Congressman: ADVINCULA, ALEX (LP) LIBERAL PARTY
- 4th District Congressman: BARZAGA, PIDI (NUP) NATIONAL UNITY PARTY
- 5th District Congressman: Roy Maulanin Loyola - LIBERAL PARTY
- 6th District Congressman: Antonio Alandy Ferrer - NATIONAL UNITY PARTY
- 7th District Congressman: TOLENTINO, BAMBOL (LP) LIBERAL PARTY
- Elected officials of Cavite for the term of 2010-2013
- Provincial Governor: Juanito Victor Catigbayan Remulla Jr.
- Provincial Vice-Governor: Recto Menez Catimbuhan
- House Representatives:
- 1st District: Joseph Emilio Aguinaldo Abaya
- 2nd District: Lani Mercado Revilla
- 3rd District: Erineo Saquilayan Maliksi
- 4th District: Elpidio Frani Barzaga Jr.
- 5th District: Roy Maulanin Loyola
- 6th District: Antonio Alandy Ferrer
- 7th District: Jesus Crispin Catibayan Remulla
- Provincial Board Members:
- Dino Carlo Reyes Chua
- Ryan Reyes Enriquez
- Edwin Esteban Malvar
- Rolando Sapanghila Remulla
- Larry Boy Sayas Nato
- Rodrigo Paredes Arguelles Sr.
- Raul Rex Del Rosario Mangubat
- Teofilo Banda Lara
- Marcos Cabrera Amutan
- Aristides Jose V. De Asis Velazco
- Hermogenes Arayata III
- Albert Garces Ambagan Jr.
- Virgilio Tolentino Ambion
- Irene De Padua Bencito
- Elected officials of Cavite for the term of 2007-2010
Barangay Elected Officials of Cavite Province
Businesses in Cavite, Philippines
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Schools in Cavite, Philippines
School year 2013-2014 starts June 3 and ends March 31, 2014, for public elementary and secondary schools. The school year will have 201 school days, of which 180 days are “nonnegotiable” student-teacher contact time.
The multisectoral Brigada Eskwela to prepare schools for the students’ return will be on May 21-26. Oplan Balik Eskwela will be from May 28 to June 8 while orientation on K to 12 for parents and other stakeholders will be on June 9.
Although private schools may deviate from the Department of Education (DepEd) calendar, they are enjoined not to start before June 3 and later than Aug 31.
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Economy of Cavite, Philippines
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Natural Resources of Cavite, Philippines
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Let us plant more trees in every barangay in the entire Philippines. It does not make any difference if the barangay is urban, partially urban or rural; we need more trees. Trees will prevent erosion, provide oxygen, prevent green house effect, and even a place of business for the shade tree mechanic.
The Philippines is a tropical country and practically anything will grow. The DENR has the planting trees project that goes on every year. Lots of picture taking for the media. Planting trees one by one is the "human" way of doing it. This individual planting of trees is good if done to "line" the roads and highways with trees or along fences or property divisions, or if you have a plantation.
To reforest the nation of the Philippines we have to plant trees the "mother nature" way. Sow the seeds during the rainy season. Go deep into "bald" forests and plant trees by sowing seeds. If there's not enough volunteers to do this, use the military helicopters to fly over the designated areas and sow the seeds.
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We are using our rivers as our sewer system. If you ask a Filipino, "Are the Filipinos a clean people?" The answer is an automatic, "Yes!". However, the Filipinos are suffering from the same disease or attitude as most people do, and that is the "NIMBY" disease or "NIMBY" attitude. (NIMBY) Not In My Back Yard. So it is OK to dump my garbage and sewer there. Not mine! Someone else will take care of it.
This attitude is killing our rivers. Your great-grandparents, grandparents or parents were once proud to tell the stories of how they enjoyed swimming in the river behind your house or nearby. However, you can't say the same or tell the same stories to your kids or grand kids. Why? Because your generation is killing the river.
- Secretary Ramon J. P. Paje
- Department of Environment and Natural Resources
- Visayas Avenue, Diliman, 1100 Quezon City, Philippines
We have so much water in the Philippines and yet very little to drink.
Instead of relying too much on Diesel fuel and Coal to generate the majority of Philippine's Electrical energy Supply, we can concentrate more on renewable and sustainable source of energy such as: Hydro Power, Solar Power, and Wind Power. We have too many black outs.
Tourists Attractions of Cavite, Philippines
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- Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo Shrine
Kawit: It was in this Aguinaldo ancestral home where Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo proclaimed Philippine Independence from Spain on June 12,1898. It was also here where the Philippine Flag made by Marcella Agoncillo in Hongkong was officially hoisted for the first time, and the Philippine National Anthem composed by Julian Felipe was played by Banda Malabon. Measuring 1,324 sq. m. with a five-storey tower, this building is actually a mansion renaissance architecture, combining Baroque, Romanesque, and Malayan influences. It stands on a sprawling ground of 4,864 sq.m. Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo himself donated the mansion and the lot to the Philippine Government on June 12,1963, "to perpetuate the spirit of the Philippine Revolution of 1896 that put an end to Spanish colonization of the country". And by virtue of Republic Act No. 4039 dated June 18,1964 issued by then President Diosdado Macapagal, the Aguinaldo Mansion was declared national shrine.
- Battle of Binakayan Monument
Kawit: The site of a fiercer fighting between the Spaniards and the Filipino soldiers that happened on November 9-11, 1896 depicting one of the shining moments of the Philippine struggle for independence.
- Gen. Baldomero Aguinaldo Shrine
Binakayan, Kawit: This is the residence of Gen. Baldomero Aguinaldo, Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo's first cousin and right hand. He was the president of the Magdalo Council which was established in Imus, & the first President of the Associacion de los Veteranos de la Revolucion Filipina. He died on February 14,1915.
- Gen. Candido Tirona Monument
Poblacion, Kawit: Built in honor of Gen. Candido Tria Tirona, the first revolutionary Captain Municipal in the Philippines. He is one of the "Heroes of Binakayan Battle" that took place on November 9-11, 1896 in which the Spanish forces under the over-all command of Governor and Capt. General Ramon Blanco were decisively defeated.
- Belfry of Recoletos Church
Cavite City: There were eight churches in the walled city. But because of the vagaries of time and war not one remains today. Only the belfry of the Recoletos stands as mute witness to the piety of the early Caviteños.
- Cañacao Bay
Cavite City: Best viewed from Paseo de Barangay at the back of the City Hall, the Bay was port to both the Spanish galleons and the Pan Am Clipper seaplanes. The Skyline of Manila is visible when looking at the mouth of the bay.
- Cavite City Millenium Capsule Marker
Cavite City: Significant events, great personalities, trivia, etc. happened, transpired and emerged in Cavite City which influenced in small or great measure the history and transformation of not only Cavite City but the whole country as well. These legacies are preserved and immortalized for all times in a capsule in order for the future generation to know.
- Cavite City Hall
Cavite City: Located in pre- World War ll site of Dreamland Cabaret and the "Pantalan de Yangco," this imposing building sits on one end of the City Park. Paseo de Barangay is located at the back of City Hall.
- Corregidor Island
Cavite City: The largest of five islands guarding the entrance of Manila Bay. A tadpole-shaped, Corregidor was once a mere fishing village with a lighthouse and signal station for all ships entering and leaving Manila Bay. American colonizers built full-scale fortifications on the island, complete with long-range tractor guns, anti-aircraft guns, tunnels an underground command center and a hospital for wounded soldiers. In the last Pacific War, Corregidor became a vital combat zone between the Japanese Imperial Army and the allied forces. It was the last stronghold to fall in the hands of the enemy. Today, memorials to peace and to those who died stand alongside the silent cannons and rusting artillery. The island is now a favorite tour destination with a first class hotel and resort facilities.
- Don Ladislao Diwa Shrine
Cavite City: Don Ladislao Diwa is well remembered as the co-founder of the KKK (Kataastaasang, Kagalanggalangan, Katipunan). The National Historical Institute(NHI) declared his ancestral home as a national shrine. On November 30, l996, his mortal remains were transferred to the Ladislao Diwa Mausoleum on the grounds of the Shrine.
- Fort San Felipe
Cavite City: Located at the compound of the Phil. Navy, this 16th century fort is dedicated to San Felipe Neri. The place where the Cavite Mutiny 1872 occurred when Filipino workers were implicated in the armed uprising against the Spaniards. This is also the place where the thirteen Martyrs of Cavite were executed. Located at the top of this wall is the Phil. Navy Museum where miniature of Phil. Naval vessels and other memorabilia are placed.
- Julian Felipe Monument
Cavite City: A monument stands proud for a great son of a Caviteño, the composer of the Philippine National Anthem - Professor Julian Felipe. At present, the Filipino lyrics of the stirring composition of Don Julian Felipe was supplied by Jose Palma. January 28, the birth anniversary of Professor Felipe was declared Special Public Holiday in the City of Cavite by virtue of Republic Act 7805 approved on July 26, 1993.
Cavite City: This well lighted bay front offers promenade cool breeze during balmy nights. The view of Bacoor Bay shows the tower of the Aguinaldo Mansion as well as the many oyster beds that dot the bay. This area was once called the isthmus of Rosario and at one time featured a drawbridge.
- Old Spanish Slipway
Cavite City: Built in 1874, this is where galleons were built. The old steam boiler and other equipment are still operational.
- Sangley Point
Cavite City: This was used by the Chinese pirate Limahong in 1574 as his refuge when he ran away after a failed attempt to take Manila. Sangley point was also used as a military base by the American and Japanese troops. It is now occupied by the Philippine Navy for ship repair and dry docking.
- Sunset View
Cavite City: By the checkpoint of Cavite City, the view offers the mountain of Bataan, the island of Corregidor, the outline of Mt. Buntis and, of course at the end of the day, the world famous Manila Bay Sunset.
- Thirteen (Xlll) Martyrs Centennial Plaza
Cavite City: Built in 1906 to honor Cavite's revered martyrs. The remains of six of the martyrs are still inferred in the monument. Through the assistance of the Department of Tourism the former monument was transformed into a Centennial Plaza after the celebration of its 100th year anniversary. It is designed to present the picture of their struggle, trial and execution.
- Zapote Bridge
Binakayan, Kawit: The site where the bloody battle between the revolucionarios under Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo and Spaniards took place on February 27, 1897.
- The Cuenca Residence "Bahay na Tisa"
Bacoor: The seat of the Revolutionary Government under Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo.
- Calero Bridge
Noveleta: It was here where one of the fierce and bloody fights between Filipino and Spanish forces took place.
- Noveleta Tribunal or Townhall
Noveleta: The place where Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo wrestled with two guardia civils on duty on August 31, 1896.
- Battle of Alapan Marker and Flag
Imus: The battle site is within the compound of Alapan Elementary School in Imus. Highlighted by a 90-foot tall flag pole, the marker features the statue of a woman called "Inang Bayan" standing on three large rocks and holding up the Philippine Flag proudly waving. The monument commemorates the event when the Philippine Flag was first unfurled by Filipino revolutionaries after the victorious battle in Alapan.
- Imus Cathedral (Originally part of Cavite El Viejo)
Imus: Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo's revolutionary army laid siege on the Imus Church (now Cathedral) to capture the friars but found to have fled to the recollect Estate House after the capture of the Tribunal of Kawit on August 31, 1896.
- Isabel Bridge
Palico, Imus: A concrete arch bridge with marker, it signifies the battle that took place during the Philippine - Spanish war.
- Julian Bridge
Boundary of Bayan Luma & Bucandala, Imus: A concrete structures with an old battered cannon and bullets where the bloodiest battle against the Spanish conquerors took place in 1899.
- Pasong Santol Marker
Barangay Anabu II, Imus: The marker was constructed to commemorate the battle against Spanish forces in 1897.
- Dasmariñas Catholic Church
Dasmariñas: Inside this church, now renovated, hundreds of Filipino families were killed by Spaniards during the Lachambre offensive to recover lost territory in late August, 1897.
- Santa Cruz de Malabon Church
Tanza: This is where, before a huge crucifix, Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo took his oath of office as the elected president of the revolutionary government.
- Andres Bonifacio House
Gen. Trias: This antique house was once the residence of Andres Bonifacio, founder of the secret revolutionary society called "Katipunan" and one of the architects of the Philippine Revolution. Although renovated several times, the original design of this Spanish-style house with its façade of red brick and adobe has been retained.
- Gen. Trias Municipal Town and Old Church
Poblacion, Gen. Trias: The site of one of the uprisings in Cavite. It was in its old church where the senior band members rehearsed the national anthem, Marcha Filipina before it was played during the declaration of the Philippine Independence on June 12, 1898.
- Tejeros Convention Site
Bgy. Tejero, Rosario: This was the place where the Filipino Revolutionaries held their 115th convention on March 22, 1897 and approved the establishment of a Revolutionary Government headed by Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo.
- Bonifacio Shrine in Limbon
Bgy. Limbon, Indang: It was on this site, in the small barrio of Limbon, Indang where Ciriaco Bonifacio was killed and Andres Bonifacio was captured and wounded.
- Gat Andres Bonifacio Marker in Indang
Poblacion, Indang: A marker was erected, near the municipal town hall of Indang, at the site where Bonifacio was jailed prior to his execution in Maragondon.
- Bonifacio Trial House
Poblacion, Maragondon: The house where Bonifacio and his brother was court martialed and were sentenced to die by musketry.
- Gat Andres Bonifacio Memorial Shrine
Mt. Nagpatong, Maragondon: Site of the execution of Andres & Procopio Bonifacio on May 10, 1897.
- Riego de Dios Ancestral House
Maragondon: Old structure reminiscent of the houses during Spanish Period, this house belongs to the illustrious Riego de Dios clan of Maragondon.
- Don Vicente Somoza House
Maragondon: A wealthy Chine Mestizo who also assisted the Revolutionary Government of Pres. Emilio Aguinaldo. He is better known as "One of the founders of the Filipino Chamber of Commerce and Representative of Mati (Davao) in Malolos Congress.
- Recollect Estate House in Naic
Poblacion, Naic: Located near the the Catholic Church, this is where Bonifacio and his followers entered into the Naik Military Agreement in which they form an army corps headed by Gen. Pio del Pilar, one of the bravest generals in the Battle of Binakayan.
- The Battle of Naik Site
Poblacion, Naic: The place where Aguinaldo's Forces decided to defend and make their last stand in Naik Church and made their compact. Signs of Spanish cannonballs may still be found on the façade and sides of the church.
- 41st Division USAFFE Marker
Kaybagal South, Tagaytay City: Tagaytay was a strategic site during World War II. Filipino soldiers found refuge in its vast forests and ridges. It was used as landing site and sanctuary for paratroopers on their way to the Liberation of Manila.
- 11th Airborn Division Marker
Tagaytay City: A marker at the Silang-Tagaytay Crossing commemorates events on February 3, 1945, when the 11th Airborne Division of Lt. Gen. William Krueger of the U.S. Army air-dropped military supplies and personnel on Tagaytay Ridge.
Festivals, Fiestas and Traditions of Cavite, Philippines
Every city or municipality has some sort of a festival or tradition that is celebrated every year. In the Philippines almost all barangays that are predominantly populated by Christians celebrate fiesta. Tell us about the festivals, fiestas and traditions of Cavite.
- Economy seen growing at faster pace in Q2
- Tuesday, August 19, 2014 12:01 am
- MANILA, Philippines - The country likely expanded at a faster pace in the second quarter with gross domestic product seen returning to the seven-percent growth pace, driven by gains in manufacturing.
- Gil Beltran, Finance Undersecretary and the country’s chief economist, said the rise in manufacturing growth to 13 percent from April to June “foreshadows a possible return to seven percent real growth in the second quarter.” ........................ Full Story»
- Tourist spots to get P30-b budget
- Monday, August 18, 2014 12:01 am
- The Budget Department proposed a P30-billion appropriation for the development of the tourism industry, mostly for the construction of infrastructure projects around tourist spots, in 2015.
- The proposed budget for the tourism industry for 2015 is higher than the P25.07-billion allocation for the sector this year ........................ Full Story»
- Phl gymnast eyes slot in YOG finals
- Tuesday, August 19, 2014 12:00 am
- NANJING – Gymnast Ava Lorein Verdeflor gave the Philippines something to look forward to yesterday, the second day of high-level competition in the Youth Olympic Games here.
- The 15-year-old Verdeflor, who lives with his Filipino parents in Plano, Texas, looked impressive in the vault and the floor exercise to stay in the hunt for one of 18 slots in the all-around finals ............................. Full Story»
Cavite Zip Codes
- Source: Philippine Postal Corporation
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|4101||Cavite Naval Base||Cavite|
|4109||Trece Martirez City||Cavite|
|4115||Dasmarinas Resettlement Area||Cavite|
|4117||Gen. Mariano Alvarez||Cavite|
|4124||Gen. Aguinaldo (Bailen)||Cavite|
|4126||1st Cavite Industrial Estate||Cavite|
Cavite, Philippines supports Philippine Cycling
Philippine Cycling is about cycling in the Philippnes. Philippine Cycling helps promote bike races, cycling clubs, bicycle tours, and the development of bicycle trails. Activities are coordinated with bike shops and cycling clubs throughout the Philippines to promote the fun of riding bikes. Philippine Cycling will be coordinating events with tour of Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. Road biking and mountain bikings will be promoted by Philippine Cycling.
Cycling Activity to Participate In
Your cycling activity can be posted here and it will be posted in all the Provincial, City, Municipal and Barangay pages
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[[Category:Cavite, Philippines Photo Gallery]]
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