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Cordillera Administrative Region (Filipino: Rehiyong Pampangasiwaan ng Cordillera; Ilocano: Rehion Administratibo ti Cordillera), designated as CAR, is a region in the Philippines in the island of Luzon. The only landlocked region in the country, it is bordered by the Ilocos Region in the west and southwest, and by the Cagayan Valley on the north, east, and southeast. The region is composed of six provinces, namely: Abra, Apayao, Benguet, Ifugao, Kalinga and Mountain Province. The regional center is the highly urbanized city of Baguio. The region, officially created on July 15, 1987, covers most of the Cordillera Central mountains of Luzon, and is home to numerous indigenous peoples collectively known as the Igorot.
Cities, towns & villages in Cordillera
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BaguioBaguio, officially the City of Baguio (Ibaloi: Ciudad ne Bagiw; Pangasinan: Siyudad na Baguio; Ilocano: Ciudad ti Baguio) and often referred to as Baguio City, is a highly urbanized city in northern Luzon of the Philippines. Now also known as Summer Capital of the Philippines. It is geographically located within Benguet, serving as the provincial capital from 1901 to 1916, but has since been administered independently from the province following its conversion into a chartered city. The city has become the center of business, commerce, and education in northern Luzon, as well as the regional center of the Cordillera Administrative Region. According to the , Baguio has a population of . Show Baguioon the map
BontocBontoc (Ilocano: Ili ti Bontoc; Pangasinan: Baley na Bontoc; Tagalog: Bayan ng Bontoc) is a second class municipality and the capital of Mountain Province, Philippines. Bontoc is the historical capital of the entire Cordillera region since the inception of governance in the Cordillera. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 23,980 people. The municipality celebrates annual Lang-ay Festival. Show Bontocon the map
SagadaSagada (Ilocano: Ili ti Sagada) is a fifth class municipality in the province of Mountain Province, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 11,244 people. It is adjacent to Bontoc, the provincial capital. Sagada is famous for its hanging coffins. This is a traditional way of burying people that is still utilized. Not everyone is qualified to be buried this way; among other things, one had to have been married and had grandchildren. Show Sagadaon the map
Tineg, officially the (Ilocano: Ili ti , Filipino: Bayan ng ), is a [[ of the Philippines|]] in the province of Abra in the Cordillera Administrative Region of the Philippines. The population was at the . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Tinegon the map
LubuaganLubuagan is a fourth-class municipality in the province of Kalinga, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 9,369 people. It is 460 kilometres (290 mi) north of Manila (17 hours by bus) and 50 kilometres (31 mi) from Tabuk (two hours by jeepney). Show Lubuaganon the map
BesaoBesao (Ilocano: Ili ti Besao) is a fifth class municipality in the province of Mountain Province, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 7,818 people. The municipality of Besao is believed to have derived its name from the Ilocano word ”Buso”, meaning headhunter. The people then of the neighboring towns specifically those from the Ilocos Region believed that the early ”Besaos” were headhunters. The word later on evolved as it is now called – Besao. Show Besaoon the map
DoloresDolores, officially the (Ilocano: Ili ti Dolores, Filipino: Bayan ng Dolores), is a [[ of the Philippines|]] in the province of Abra in the Cordillera Administrative Region of the Philippines. The population was at the . Show Doloreson the map
KianganKiangan is a fourth class municipality in the province of Ifugao, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 15,837 people. Kiangan is the oldest town in the province. It derives its name from Kiyyangan, an ancient village near the bank of the Ibulao River across the Lagawe valley. The name Kiyyangan is enshrined in Ifugao mythology and is believed to be the dwelling of Wigan and Bugan, the mythological ancestors of the Ifugao. It was the former capital of Ifugao until the topology was deemed unfit and moved to neighboring Lagawe. Show Kianganon the map
LubaLuba, officially the (Ilocano: Ili ti Luba, Filipino: Bayan ng Luba), is a [[ of the Philippines|]] in the province of Abra in the Cordillera Administrative Region of the Philippines. The population was at the . Show Lubaon the map
TabukTabuk (Ilocano: Ciudad ti Tabuk) is a city and the capital of the province of Kalinga in the Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 103,912 people. It borders with the town of Pinukpuk in the north and the town of Rizal in the north-east. On its westernmost section it shares border with the towns of Pasil and Lubuagan. On the south-west it borders with the town of Tanudan. Tabuk City is a border city of Kalinga with the provinces of Isabela and Mountain Province. In the east, it is bordered by the town of Quezon, Isabela, which is about 20 kilometers from the city center and the town of Paracelis, Mountain Province, to the south. Show Tabukon the map
TabukTabuk (Ilocano: Ciudad ti Tabuk) is a city and the capital of the province of Kalinga in the Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 103,912 people. It borders with the town of Pinukpuk in the north and the town of Rizal in the north-east. On its westernmost section it shares border with the towns of Pasil and Lubuagan. On the south-west it borders with the town of Tanudan. Tabuk City is a border city of Kalinga with the provinces of Isabela and Mountain Province. In the east, it is bordered by the town of Quezon, Isabela, which is about 20 kilometers from the city center and the town of Paracelis, Mountain Province, to the south. Show Tabukon the map
San JuanSan Juan, officially the (Ilocano: Ili ti San Juan, Filipino: Bayan ng San Juan), is a [[ of the Philippines|]] in the province of Abra in the Cordillera Administrative Region of the Philippines. The population was at the . In the election, it had registered voters. Show San Juanon the map
ParacelisParacelis is a second class municipality in the province of Mountain Province, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 26,476 people. Paracelis' population distribution is 37 percent urban and 63 percent rural. Urban settlement is on the west side of the town, a basin of low-level hilly-to-flat lands surrounded by mountains. Due to hilly terrain, Paracelis has numerous zigzag roads in most parts, including access roads that connect the municipality to other border towns. On both sides of its zigzag roads, travelers can view the vast cornfield plantations alongside. Show Paracelison the map
La TrinidadLa Trinidad (Ilocano: Ili ti La Trinidad) is a first class and capital municipality of the province of Benguet, Philippines. According to the , it has a population of people. The municipality is known for its strawberry and vegetable plantations earning the town the title \"Strawberry Capital of the Philippines\". The town currently holds the Guinness World Record for baking the world's largest strawberry shortcake in March 20, 2004. Show La Trinidadon the map
BarligBarlig is a fifth class municipality in the province of Mountain Province, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 5,838 people. Barlig is bounded in the east by Natonin in the west by Bontoc and Sadanga. In the north, it is bounded by Tinglayan and in the south by the town of Mayoyao. The town is separated into three settlements or cluster of villages such as Barlig town proper, Lias and Kadaclan. Show Barligon the map
HunduanHungduan is a fourth class municipality in the province of Ifugao, Philippines. It is bounded on the north-east by the town of Banaue in the east by Hingyon and on the southeast by the town of Kiangan. It borders in the south with the town of Tinoc, Ifugao. On its westside, the town is bordered by the towns of Sabangan and Bauko, Mountain Province. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 9,933 people. Show Hunduanon the map
BolineyBoliney, officially the (Ilocano: Ili ti Boliney, Filipino: Bayan ng Boliney), is a [[ of the Philippines|]] in the province of Abra in the Cordillera Administrative Region of the Philippines. The population was at the . Boliney is bounded to the north by Sallapadan, Bucloc, and Daguioman, to the east by Tubo and the provinces of Kalinga and Mountain Province, and to the west by of Luba and Manabo. Show Bolineyon the map
Tayum, officially the (Ilocano: Ili ti , Filipino: Bayan ng ), is a [[ of the Philippines|]] in the province of Abra in the Cordillera Administrative Region of the Philippines. The population was at the . In the election, it had registered voters. Tayum is just 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) east of capital Bangued. Roman Catholicism is the dominant religion. On the 25th of November, Tayum celebrates its town fiesta. Show Tayumon the map
ItogonItogon is a first class municipality in the province of Benguet, Philippines. According to the , it has a population of people. The largest municipality in the province of Benguet by land area, it is known as a mining town, being the site of the first large-scale mining operations in the country. Itogon is the site of Binga Dam. Show Itogonon the map
CalanasanCalanasan (formerly known as Bayag, meaning “slow”) is a first class municipality in the province of Apayao, Philippines. Its land area is 125,615 hectares (310,400 acres), making it the largest municipality in the province. Calanasan is the source of the Apayao River which empties into the China Sea and is the only navigable river in Apayao. Show Calanasanon the map
LamutLamut is a fourth class municipality in the province of Ifugao, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 23,088 people. Lamut has the following schools: Lamut Central School, San Francisco High School, and Ifugao State University (formerly Ifugao State College of Agriculture and Forestry or ISCAF). Show Lamuton the map
TadianTadian is a fourth class municipality in the province of Mountain Province, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 20,689 people. Tadian was formerly known as Kayan. In 1957, the seat of government was transferred to the barrio of Tadian. Two years later the town was renamed to Tadian. Show Tadianon the map
BanaueBanaue (or alternatively spelled as Banawe) is a fourth class municipality in the province of Ifugao, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 22,365 people. It is widely known as the site of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Batad Rice Terraces and Bangaan Rice Terraces. Show Banaueon the map
LunaLuna (Ilocano: Ili ti Luna) is a third class municipality in the province of Apayao, Philippines. According to the , it has a population of people. Its former name was Macatel, changed to Luna by the town's founding father, the Ilocano explorer Antonino Barroga from Dingras, Ilocos Norte. Show Lunaon the map
MankayanMankayan is a first class and Partially Urban municipality in the province of Benguet, Philippines. According to the , it has a population of people. The municipality is known as a mining town, being the location of several mines, including the Lepanto Consolidated Mining Company. Show Mankayanon the map
Tubo, officially the (Ilocano: Ili ti , Filipino: Bayan ng ), is a [[ of the Philippines|]] in the province of Abra in the Cordillera Administrative Region of the Philippines. The population was at the . In the election, it had registered voters. The municipality was created on June 17, 1967 from the former municipal district of the same name, through Republic Act 5161. Show Tuboon the map
PinukpukPinukpuk is a first class municipality in the province of Kalinga, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 29,596 people. It is located in the northern part of Kalinga province which is a gate entering to Tuao, Cagayan, and Conner, Apayao. Show Pinukpukon the map
PudtolPudtol is a fourth class municipality in the province of Apayao, Philippines. According to the , it has a population of people. Pudtol, Flora, and Santa Marcela were originally territories of Luna before they gained their own municipal status. Show Pudtolon the map
Santa MarcelaSanta Marcela is a fifth class municipality in the province of Apayao, Philippines. According to the , it has a population of people. Santa Marcela and Pudtol were originally territories of Luna before they gained their own municipal status. Show Santa Marcelaon the map
DaguiomanDaguioman, officially the (Ilocano: Ili ti Daguioman, Filipino: Bayan ng Daguioman), is a [[ of the Philippines|]] in the province of Abra in the Cordillera Administrative Region of the Philippines. The population was at the . Show Daguiomanon the map
BanguedBangued, officially the (Ilocano: Ili ti Bangued, Filipino: Bayan ng Bangued), is the capital [[ of the Philippines|]] of the province of Abra in the Cordillera Administrative Region of the Philippines. The population was at the . Show Banguedon the map
BaukoBauko is a fourth class municipality in the province of Mountain Province, Philippines. It is the province's most populous town. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 30,172 people. Show Baukoon the map
PilarPilar, officially the (Ilocano: Ili ti Pilar, Filipino: Bayan ng Pilar), is a [[ of the Philippines|]] in the province of Abra in the Cordillera Administrative Region of the Philippines. The population was at the . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Pilaron the map
LagaweLagawe (Ilocano: Ili ti Lagawe) is a fourth class municipality and capital of the province of Ifugao in the Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 18,077 people. Show Lagaweon the map
NatoninNatonin is a fourth class municipality in the province of Mountain Province, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 10,048 people. Show Natoninon the map
SabanganSabangan is a fifth class municipality in the province of Mountain Province, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 8,741 people. Show Sabanganon the map
SadangaSadanga is a fifth class municipality in the province of Mountain Province, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 9,181 people. Show Sadangaon the map
TinglayanTinglayan is a fourth class municipality in the province of Kalinga, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 12,557 people. Show Tinglayanon the map
KabugaoKabugao (Ilocano: Ili ti Kabugao) is the capital municipality of the province of Apayao in the Philippines. According to the , it has a population of people. Show Kabugaoon the map
KibunganKibungan is a fourth class municipality in the province of Benguet, Philippines. According to the , it has a population of people. Show Kibunganon the map
KapanganKapangan is a fourth class municipality in the province of Benguet, Philippines. According to the , it has a population of people. Show Kapanganon the map
LagangilangLagangilang, officially the (Ilocano: Ili ti Lagangilang, Filipino: Bayan ng Lagangilang), is a [[ of the Philippines|]] in the province of Abra in the Cordillera Administrative Region of the Philippines. The population was at the . Show Lagangilangon the map
Villaviciosa, officially the (Ilocano: Ili ti , Filipino: Bayan ng ), is a [[ of the Philippines|]] in the province of Abra in the Cordillera Administrative Region of the Philippines. The population was at the . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Villaviciosaon the map
BakunBakun is a third class municipality in the province of Benguet, Philippines. According to the , it has a population of people. Show Bakunon the map
BuguiasBuguias is a third class municipality in the province of Benguet, Philippines. According to the , it has a population of people. Show Buguiason the map
TanudanTanudan is a fourth class municipality in the province of Kalinga, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 8,529 people. Show Tanudanon the map
San QuintinSan Quintin, officially the (Ilocano: Ili ti San Quintin, Filipino: Bayan ng San Quintin), is a [[ of the Philippines|]] in the province of Abra in the Cordillera Administrative Region of the Philippines. The population was at the . In the election, it had registered voters. Show San Quintinon the map
MayoyaoMayoyao is a fourth class municipality in the province of Ifugao, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 16,413 people. Show Mayoyaoon the map
LicuanLicuan‑Baay, officially the (Ilocano: Ili ti Licuan‑Baay, Filipino: Bayan ng Licuan‑Baay), is a [[ of the Philippines|]] in the province of Abra in the Cordillera Administrative Region of the Philippines. The population was at the . Show Licuanon the map
TublayTublay is a fifth class municipality in the province of Benguet, Philippines. According to the , it has a population of people. Show Tublayon the map
San IsidroSan Isidro, officially the (Ilocano: Ili ti San Isidro, Filipino: Bayan ng San Isidro), is a [[ of the Philippines|]] in the province of Abra in the Cordillera Administrative Region of the Philippines. The population was at the . In the election, it had registered voters. Show San Isidroon the map
ConnerConner is a second class municipality in the province of Apayao, Philippines. According to the , it has a population of people. Show Conneron the map
BokodBokod is a fourth class municipality in the province of Benguet, Philippines. According to the , it has a population of people. Show Bokodon the map
AtokAtok is a fourth class municipality in the province of Benguet, Philippines. According to the , it has a population of people. Show Atokon the map
TinocTinoc is a fourth class municipality in the province of Ifugao, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 14,147 people. Show Tinocon the map
HingyonHingyon is a fifth class municipality in the province of Ifugao, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 9,795 people. Show Hingyonon the map
MalibcongMalibcong, officially the (Ilocano: Ili ti Malibcong, Filipino: Bayan ng Malibcong), is a [[ of the Philippines|]] in the province of Abra in the Cordillera Administrative Region of the Philippines. The population was at the . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Malibcongon the map
PidiganPidigan, officially the (Ilocano: Ili ti Pidigan, Filipino: Bayan ng Pidigan), is a [[ of the Philippines|]] in the province of Abra in the Cordillera Administrative Region of the Philippines. The population was at the . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Pidiganon the map
LangidenLangiden, officially the (Ilocano: Ili ti Langiden, Filipino: Bayan ng Langiden), is a [[ of the Philippines|]] in the province of Abra in the Cordillera Administrative Region of the Philippines. The population was at the . Show Langidenon the map
DanglasDanglas, officially the (Ilocano: Ili ti Danglas, Filipino: Bayan ng Danglas), is a [[ of the Philippines|]] in the province of Abra in the Cordillera Administrative Region of the Philippines. The population was at the . Show Danglason the map
La PazLa Paz, officially the (Ilocano: Ili ti La Paz, Filipino: Bayan ng La Paz), is a [[ of the Philippines|]] in the province of Abra in the Cordillera Administrative Region of the Philippines. The population was at the . Show La Pazon the map
ManaboManabo, officially the (Ilocano: Ili ti Manabo, Filipino: Bayan ng Manabo), is a [[ of the Philippines|]] in the province of Abra in the Cordillera Administrative Region of the Philippines. The population was at the . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Manaboon the map
LagayanLagayan, officially the (Ilocano: Ili ti Lagayan, Filipino: Bayan ng Lagayan), is a [[ of the Philippines|]] in the province of Abra in the Cordillera Administrative Region of the Philippines. The population was at the . Show Lagayanon the map
BucayBucay, officially the (Ilocano: Ili ti Bucay, Filipino: Bayan ng Bucay), is a [[ of the Philippines|]] in the province of Abra in the Cordillera Administrative Region of the Philippines. The population was at the . Show Bucayon the map
LacubLacub, officially the (Ilocano: Ili ti Lacub, Filipino: Bayan ng Lacub), is a [[ of the Philippines|]] in the province of Abra in the Cordillera Administrative Region of the Philippines. The population was at the . Show Lacubon the map
PeñarrubiaPeñarrubia, officially the (Ilocano: Ili ti Peñarrubia, Filipino: Bayan ng Peñarrubia), is a [[ of the Philippines|]] in the province of Abra in the Cordillera Administrative Region of the Philippines. The population was at the . In the election, it had registered voters. Show Peñarrubiaon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Cordillera
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Baguio CityBaguio, officially the City of Baguio (Ibaloi: Ciudad ne Bagiw; Pangasinan: Siyudad na Baguio; Ilocano: Ciudad ti Baguio) and often referred to as Baguio City, is a highly urbanized city in northern Luzon of the Philippines. Now also known as Summer Capital of the Philippines. It is geographically located within Benguet, serving as the provincial capital from 1901 to 1916, but has since been administered independently from the province following its conversion into a chartered city. The city has become the center of business, commerce, and education in northern Luzon, as well as the regional center of the Cordillera Administrative Region. According to the , Baguio has a population of .Show on map
BontocBontoc (Ilocano: Ili ti Bontoc; Pangasinan: Baley na Bontoc; Tagalog: Bayan ng Bontoc) is a second class municipality and the capital of Mountain Province, Philippines. Bontoc is the historical capital of the entire Cordillera region since the inception of governance in the Cordillera. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 23,980 people. The municipality celebrates annual Lang-ay Festival.Show on map
SagadaSagada (Ilocano: Ili ti Sagada) is a fifth class municipality in the province of Mountain Province, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 11,244 people. It is adjacent to Bontoc, the provincial capital. Sagada is famous for its hanging coffins. This is a traditional way of burying people that is still utilized. Not everyone is qualified to be buried this way; among other things, one had to have been married and had grandchildren.Show on map
Mountain ProvinceMountain Province (Filipino: Lalawigang Bulubundukin), is a landlocked province of the Philippines in the Cordillera Administrative Region in Luzon. Its capital is Bontoc. Mountain Province was formerly referred to as Mountain in some foreign references. The name is usually shortened by locals to Mt. Province. The province was named so for being in the Cordillera Central mountain range found in the upper realms of Luzon island. The province is also known for its mummy caves, which contain naturally mummified bodies, and for its hanging coffins.Show on map
LubuaganLubuagan is a fourth-class municipality in the province of Kalinga, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 9,369 people. It is 460 kilometres (290 mi) north of Manila (17 hours by bus) and 50 kilometres (31 mi) from Tabuk (two hours by jeepney).Show on map
Cordillera Administrative RegionCordillera Administrative Region (Ilocano: Rehion/Deppaar Administratibo ti Cordillera; Filipino: Rehiyong Pampangasiwaan ng Cordillera), designated as CAR, is an administrative region in the Philippines situated within the island of Luzon. The only landlocked region in the country, it is bordered by the Ilocos Region in the west and southwest, and by the Cagayan Valley on the north, east, and southeast. The region comprises six provinces: Abra, Apayao, Benguet, Ifugao, Kalinga and Mountain Province. The regional center is the highly urbanized city of Baguio.Show on map
BesaoBesao (Ilocano: Ili ti Besao) is a fifth class municipality in the province of Mountain Province, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 7,818 people. The municipality of Besao is believed to have derived its name from the Ilocano word ”Buso”, meaning headhunter. The people then of the neighboring towns specifically those from the Ilocos Region believed that the early ”Besaos” were headhunters. The word later on evolved as it is now called – Besao.Show on map
City of TabukTabuk (Ilocano: Ciudad ti Tabuk) is a city and the capital of the province of Kalinga in the Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 103,912 people. It borders with the town of Pinukpuk in the north and the town of Rizal in the north-east. On its westernmost section it shares border with the towns of Pasil and Lubuagan. On the south-west it borders with the town of Tanudan. Tabuk City is a border city of Kalinga with the provinces of Isabela and Mountain Province. In the east, it is bordered by the town of Quezon, Isabela, which is about 20 kilometers from the city center and the town of Paracelis, Mountain Province, to the south.Show on map
ApayaoApayao (Ilocano: Probinsya ti Apayao, Filipino: Lalawigan ng Apayao) is a landlocked province in the Philippines in the Cordillera Administrative Region in Luzon. Its capital town is Kabugao. The province borders Cagayan to the north and east, Abra and Ilocos Norte to the west, and Kalinga to the south. Prior to 1995, Kalinga and Apayao comprised a single province named Kalinga-Apayao, which was partitioned to better service the needs of individual ethnic groups. With a population of (as of the ) covering an area of , Apayao is the least densely-populated province in the Philippines.Show on map
Province of BenguetBenguet (Tagalog pronunciation: [beŋˈɡet]; Ibaloi: Probinsya ne Benguet; Pangasinan: Luyag na Benguet; Ilocano: Probinsya ti Benguet; Filipino: Lalawigan ng Benguet), is a landlocked province of the Philippines located in the southern tip of the Cordillera Administrative Region in the island of Luzon. Its capital is La Trinidad. The highland province is known as the Salad Bowl of the Philippines due to its huge production of upland vegetables. Situated within the interior of Benguet is the highly urbanized city of Baguio, which is administratively independent from the province.Show on map
Province of IfugaoIfugao (Ilocano: Probinsya ti Ifugao; Filipino: Lalawigan ng Ifugao) is a landlocked province of the Philippines in the Cordillera Administrative Region in Luzon. Its capital is Lagawe and it borders Benguet to the west, Mountain Province to the north, Isabela to the east, and Nueva Vizcaya to the south. The Rice Terraces of the Philippine Cordilleras and Banaue Rice Terraces are the main tourist attractions in the province. These terraces were hand-carved into the mountains 2,000 years ago to plant rice. In 1995, they were declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.Show on map
BarligBarlig is a fifth class municipality in the province of Mountain Province, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 5,838 people. Barlig is bounded in the east by Natonin in the west by Bontoc and Sadanga. In the north, it is bounded by Tinglayan and in the south by the town of Mayoyao. The town is separated into three settlements or cluster of villages such as Barlig town proper, Lias and Kadaclan.Show on map
KabayanKabayan is a fourth class municipality in the province of Benguet, Philippines. According to the , it has a population of people. The town is the site of centuries-old Ibaloi mummies buried inside caves scattered around its villages. The third highest mountain in the Philippines, Mount Pulag, is located in the territorial boundary of the vegetable farming town.Show on map
TubaTuba is a first class municipality in the province of Benguet, Philippines. According to the , it has a population of people. The town is known as the Gateway to Baguio, as the three major highways that give access to the adjacent city of Baguio are largely traversed in the municipality.Show on map
Province of AbraAbra (Ilocano: Probinsya ti Abra; Filipino: Lalawigan ng Abra) is a landlocked province of the Philippines in the Cordillera Administrative Region in Luzon. Its capital is Bangued, and is bordered by Ilocos Norte on the northwest, Apayao on the northeast, Kalinga on the mid-east, Mountain Province on the southeast, and Ilocos Sur on the southwest.Show on map
PinukpukPinukpuk is a first class municipality in the province of Kalinga, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 29,596 people. It is located in the northern part of Kalinga province which is a gate entering to Tuao, Cagayan, and Conner, Apayao.Show on map
SablanSablan is a fifth class municipality in the province of Benguet, Philippines. According to the , it has a population of people.Show on map
RizalRizal (formerly known as Liwan) is a fourth class municipality in the province of Kalinga, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 15,942 people.Show on map
BalbalanBalbalan is a third class municipality in the province of Kalinga, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 12,082 people.Show on map
PasilPasil is a fifth class municipality in the province of Kalinga, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 9,626 people.Show on map
FloraFlora is a third class municipality in the province of Apayao, Philippines. According to the , it has a population of people.Show on map
BuclocBucloc, officially the (Ilocano: Ili ti Bucloc, Filipino: Bayan ng Bucloc), is a [[ of the Philippines|]] in the province of Abra in the Cordillera Administrative Region of the Philippines. The population was at the .Show on map
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Different buildings in Cordillera
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Philippine Military AcademyThe Philippine Military Academy (PMA, Filipino: Akademiyang Militar ng Pilipinas) is the Philippine military school of the Armed Forces of the Philippines. PMA was established on December 21, 1936 by the virtue of Commonwealth Act № 1 or the National Defense Act. The Academy is located in the city of Baguio, Benguet. It is the training school for future officers of the AFP.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Cordillera
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Mount KabuyaoMount Cabuyao (alternatively spelled as Mount Kabuyao) is a mountain in the Philippines located in the municipality of Tuba in the province of Benguet. Its summit, rising to more than 2,000 meters above sea level, overlooks the city of Baguio. It is commonly mistaken as Mount Santo Tomas, a taller mountain just beside it.Show on map
Mount DataMount Data is a mountain located in the Cordillera Central mountain range rising to a height of 2,310 metres (7,580 ft) in the north of Luzon Island, Philippines. It is about 50 kilometres (31 mi) north of Baguio on the borders of the provinces of Benguet and Mountain Province along the Halsema Highway. The mountain and surrounding area has been declared a National Park since 1936. In 1940 the park was expanded to 5,512 hectares (13,620 acres). The slopes of the mountain are covered with pine forests and mossy oak forests.Show on map
Mount BinuluanMount Binuluan (also known as Ambalatungan) is a remote volcano in the Kalinga province of the Cordillera Administrative Region of the Philippines. The 2,329-metre-high (7,641 ft) mountain is part of the Cordillera Central mountain range on Luzon island, the largest island in the country. Binuluan exhibits active volcanism through numerous fumarole fields, solfataras and hot springs on its slope. There were reports of possible eruptions in 1952 and 1986 (or 1987), but they are unverified.Show on map
Mount PulagMount Pulag (Ilocano: Bantay Pulag) and (Filipino: Bundok Pulag) is the 3rd highest mountain in the Philippines. It is Luzon’s highest peak at 2,922 metres (9,587 ft) above sea level. The borders between the provinces of Benguet, Ifugao, and Nueva Vizcaya meet at the mountain's peak. It is the third highest mountain in the Philippines, next to Mount Apo and Mount Dulang-dulang. Mount Pulag is famous for its \"sea of clouds\" and the view of the Milky Way Galaxy at dawn, which has attracted many tourists who wish to see the \"other-worldly\" scenery.Show on map
Mount PolisMount Polis is a 6,216-foot (1,895 m) mountain peak located on the borders of the provinces of Ifugao and Mountain Province in the Philippines. It ranks as the third highest mountain in Ifugao province and the 124th highest mountain in Philippines. In December 1899, Emilio Aguinaldo, President of the First Philippine Republic, passed through a pass on the mountain en route from Tirad Pass to Abra province while fleeing American forces during the Philippine-American War.Show on map
Mount Santo TomasMount Santo Tomas is a stratovolcano in the Philippines located in the municipality of Tuba in the province of Benguet.Show on map
Mount MiradorMount Mirador is a mountain situated in the city of Baguio in the Cordillera Central mountain range, Luzon Island in the Philippines.Show on map