Kabanatuan

From Wikipedia
Jump to: navigation, anapen

Ipatalos yo pa ya ed salitan Pangasinan. Sarag yon dagdagan o bawasan. Salamat.


Siyudad na Kabanatuan
Ciudad de Cabanatúan
Kabanatuan Lakanbalen
City of Cabanatuan
Location
Map of Nueva Ecija showing the location of the city of Kabanatuan.
Map of Nueva Ecija showing the location of the city of Kabanatuan.
Government
Region Pegley na Luzon (Region III)
Luyag Nueva Ecija
District 3rd district
Bilang na Barangay 89
Income class: first class
Mayor Czarina D. Umali
Founded 1750
Cityhood Hunio 15, 1950
Physical characteristics
Awang 192.29 km²
Bilang na Too

     Total (2000)      Density


272,676
1,418/km²
Coordinates 15°29′N 120°58′E
Baloy Siyudad na Kabanatuan

Say Kabanatuan (Kastila; Ciudad de Cabanatúan; Pampango: Kabanatuan Lakanbalen) sakey highly-urbanized ed siyudad diad Pilipino ed luyag na Balon Ecija, tan ikalima diad Pegley na Luzon iba ya populasiyon ed 272,676 nen 2010.

Listaan na Barangay[edit | edit source]

Mega center

Say Kabanatuan walay 89 ya barangay.

  • Aduas Centro (Pob.)
  • Aduas Norte (Pob.)
  • Aduas Sur (Pob.)
  • Bagong Sikat
  • Bagong Buhay
  • Bakero
  • Bakod Bayan
  • Balite
  • Bangad
  • Bantug Bulalo
  • Bantug Norte
  • Barlis
  • Barrera District (Pob.)
  • Bernardo District (Pob.)
  • Bitas (Pob.)
  • Bonifacio District (Pob.)
  • Buliran
  • Cabu
  • Caudillo
  • Calawagan (Kalawagan)
  • Caalibangbangan
  • Camp Tinio
  • Caridad Village (Pob.)
  • Cinco-Cinco
  • City Supermarket/Bayan (Pob.)
  • Communal
  • Cruz Roja
  • Daang Sarile (Pob.)
  • Dalampang
  • Dicarma (Pob.)
  • Dimasalang (Pob.)
  • D.S. Garcia (Pob.)
  • Fatima (Pob.)
  • General Luna (Pob.)
  • Hermogenes C. Concepcion, Sr. (Pob.)
  • Ibabao Bana
  • Imelda District (Pob.)
  • Isla (Pob.)
  • Kalikid Norte
  • Kalikid Sur
  • Kapitan Pepe (Pob.)
  • Lagare
  • M. S. Garcia (Pob.)
  • Mabini Extension (Pob.)
  • Mabini Homesite (Pob.)
  • Macatbong
  • Magsaysay North
  • Magsaysay South
  • Maria Theresa (Pob.)
  • Matadero (Pob.)
  • Lourdes
  • Mayapyap North
  • Mayapyap South
  • Melojavilla (Pob.)
  • Nabao (Pob.)
  • Obrero
  • Padre Crisostomo (Pob.)
  • Padre Burgos (Pob.)
  • Pagas (Pob.)
  • Palagay
  • Pamaldan
  • Pangatian
  • Patalac
  • Polilio
  • Pula
  • Quezon District (Pob.)
  • Rizdelis (Pob.)
  • Samon
  • San Isidro (Pob.)
  • San Josef Norte (Pob.)
  • San Josef Sur (Pob.)
  • San Juan Accfa (Pob.)
  • San Roque Norte (Pob.)
  • San Roque Sur (Pob.)
  • Sumacab Este (Pob.)
  • Sumacab Norte (Pob.)
  • Sumacab South (POb.)
  • Sanbermicristi (Pob.)
  • Sangitan West (Pob.)
  • Sangitan East
  • Santa Arcadia
  • Santo Niño
  • Sapang
  • Talipapa
  • Valdefuente (Pob.)
  • Valle Cruz
  • Victoria (Pob.)
  • Vijandre District (Pob.)
  • Villa Ofelia (Pob.)
  • Zulueta District (Pob.)

Relihiyon[edit | edit source]

Saint Nicole of Tolentine Cathedral

The Roman Catholic Church has been the predominant religion in the city, being host to a major cathedral - the St. Nicholas of Tolentine Cathedral which serves as the seat of the bishop of the Diocese of Cabanatuan. There are three major Catholic structures located within the city, these are the Mother of Perpetual Help Parish, the Carmelite Sisters Convent and the Maria Assumpta Seminary. Local chapels/parishes are also present in most barangays. Iglesia ni Cristo also maintains a remarkable presence in Cabanatuan with its large cathedral in Brgy. Zulueta capable of handling 5,000 persons inside. Jesus Miracle Crusade and The United Methodist Church has a large number of congregation within the city boundaries; other Christian denominations also exist. The Islamic faith also has a remarkable presence in Cabanatuan, specifically within the districts of Imelda and Isla. Two large mosques exist in the city, with the largest located at Imelda District.

Saray siyudad tan baley na Balon Ecija
Lakanbalen: Gapán | Kabanatuan | Maduyo | San José | Kabihasnan diad Siyudad na Muñoz
Balen: Aliaga | Bongabon | Cabiao | Carranglan | Kayaco | Gabaldon | General Mamerto Natividad | General Tinio | Guimba | Jaén | Laur | Licab | Llanera | Lupao | Nampicuan | Pantabangan | Peñaranda | Quezon | Rizal | San Isidro Labrador | San Leonardo | Santa Rosa | Santo Antônio | Santo Domuingo | Talavera | Talogtog | Zaragosa