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Region IV-B
MIMARO
Map of the Philippines showing the location of Region IV-BMIMARO
Regional center Calapan City, Oriental Mindoro
Bilang na too 1,543,817
– Density 122.9 per km²
Awang 12,559.8 km²
Divisions
Saray Luyag 4
Saray Siyudad 1
Saray Baley 48
– Saray Barangay 1,025
Saray Distrito na Congress 5
Saray salita Tagalog, Romblomanon, Asi, Onhan, and languages spoken by Mangyans

MIMAROPA, also known as Region IV-B, is a region of the Philippines located in Luzon. The name is an acronym that stands for its provinces, which are: Occidental Mindoro, Oriental Mindoro, Marinduque, Romblon ket Palawan. There is only one city in the entire region: Calapan City in Oriental Mindoro.

History[edit | edit source]

Executive Order No. 103, dated May 17, 2002, divided Region IV (Southern Tagalog) into MIMAROPA and Region IV-A (CALABARZON). Executive Order No. 429, dated May 23, 2005, transferred Palawan to Region VI

Administrative Order No. 129 was issued on August 19, 2005, to "resolve" the negative backlash and as part of the supervison of the transfer process of Palawan from MIMAROPA to Western Visayas.


Political Divisions[edit | edit source]

Political map of MIMAROPA
Seal Province Capital Population
(2010)[1]
Area
(km²)
Pop. density
(per km²)
Ph seal marinduque.png Marinduque Boac 277,828 952.6 291.7
Ph seal occidental mindoro.png Occidental Mindoro Mamburao 452,971 5,865.7 77.2
50px Oriental Mindoro Calapan City 785,602 4,238.4 185.4
50px Palawan Puerto Princesa City 771,667 14,649.7 52.7
Ph seal romblon.png Romblon Romblon 283,930 1,533.5 185.2
50px Puerto Princesa City[1] 222,673 2,400 92.8

1 Figures for Puerto Princesa, which became a highly urbanized city in 2007 pursuant to Presidential Proclamation No. 1264,[2] do not accrue to Palawan province.

Component City[edit | edit source]

Languages[edit | edit source]

Tagalog is spoken in the province of Marinduque as well as the northeastern and southerwestern coasts of Mindoro.

In the interior of Mindoro, various languages are spoken by Mangyans. They are Iraya, Alangan, Tawbuid, Hanunoo, Tadyawan, Buhid, and Ratagnon. The later is a Visayan language with less than three speakers.

In Romblon, there are three main languages: Romblomanon, Asi, and Onhan. These languages belong to the Visayan language family.

Saray reference[edit | edit source]


Saray Region san Luyag na Luzon
Sagor na Baybay na Luzon: Ilocos ed Baybay | Ilocos ed Abalaten | La Union | Pangasinan
Valley na Cagayan: Batanes | Cagayan | Isabela | Balon Vizcaya | Quirino
Cordillera Administrative Region: Abra | Apayao | Benguet | Ifugao | Kalinga | Luyag na Palandey
Pegley na Luzon: Aurora | Bataan | Bulakan | Balon Ecija | Pampanga | Tarlac | Zambales
CALABARZON: Batangas | Cavite | Laguna | Quezon | Rizal
MIMARO: Mindoro ed Bokig (Oriental Mindoro) | Mindoro ed Sagor (Occidental Mindoro) | Romblon | Marinduque
Region na Bikol: Albay | Camarines ed Abalaten | Camarines ed Baybay | Catanduanes | Masbate | Sorsogon
Metro Manila: Agnaluyag
Saray Region na Filipinas
I | II | III | IV-A | IV-B | V | VI | VII | VIII | IX | X | XI | XII | XIII | NCR | CAR | ARMM