Cagayan Valley

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Cagayan Valley (on Filipino: Lambak ng Cagayan ) or as district II designation is a district of the Philippines. Center of the district is Tuguegarao.

To the region 5 provinces belong:

with 3 cities:

  • Tuguegarao (in Cagayan)
  • Cauayan (in Isabela)
  • Santiago (in Isabela)

the district lies mainly in a large valley in the north of the island Luzón, between the two mountain chains Sierra Madre and the Kordilleren. The Cagayan is the longest river of the district and flows by its center toward the north.

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Regions and provinces of Luzón
Ilocos region: Ilocos Norte | Ilocos Sur | La union | Pangasinan
Cagayan Valley: Batanes | Cagayan | Isabela | Nueva Vizcaya | Quirino
cent ral Luzon: Aurora | Bataan | Bulacan | Nueva Ecija | Pampanga | Tarlac | Zambales
CALABARZON: Batangas | Cavite | Laguna | Quezon | Rizal
MIMAROPA: Marinduque | Occidental Mindoro | Oriental Mindoro | Romblon
Bicol region: Albay | Camarines Norte | Camarines Sur | Catanduanes | Masbate | Sorsogon
governmental district Cordillera: Abra | Apayao | Benguet | Ifugao | Kalinga | Mountain Province
Metro Manila: no provinces
 

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