Metro Manila

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METRO MANILA

Ti Metro Manila, gagangay a maaw-awagan pay Manila laeng iti ruar ti metropolis, ket ti metropolitan a sakup a yan ti Ciudad ti Manila, ti rehional a centro ti Republica ti Filipinas. Ti metropolis ket ofisial a maawagan kas Nailian a Capitolio a Rehion wenno National Capital Region (NCR) ken buklen ti Ciudad ti Manila ken 16 pay a ciudades ken il-ili, a pakairamanan ti Ciudad ti Quezon, ti capitolio ti pagilian idi 1948-1976.

Metro Manila is the political, economic, social, and cultural center of the country, and it is one of the largest metropolitan areas in the world. Metro Manila is often simply referred to as Manila, especially by non-residents, and is abbreviated as M.M.. The region is also sometimes called the Greater Manila Area, but this term usually also includes adjacent towns not strictly a part of Metro Manila.

Metro Manila is the smallest of the country's regions, but the most populous and the most densely populated, having a population of 9,932,560 (2000 census) in an area only 636 square kilometers large. It is also the only region without any provinces. The region is bordered by the provinces of Bulacan to the north, Rizal to the east, and Cavite and Laguna to the south. Metro Manila is also sandwiched by the Manila Bay to the west and the Laguna de Bay to the southeast with the Pasig River running between them, bisecting the region.

Unlike other regions which are divided into provinces, Metro Manila or the National Capital Region (NCR) is divided into four districts. These districts were created in 1976 but have no local government and no congressional representation (unlike the districts in the provinces). They are used mostly for fiscal and statistical purposes. The cities and municipalities within the NCR are grouped into the four districts as follows:

First District: Manila

Second District: Mandaluyong City, Marikina City, Pasig City, Quezon City and San Juan

Third District: Caloocan City, Malabon City, Navotas and Valenzuela City.

Fourth District: Las Piñas City, Makati City, Muntinlupa City, Parañaque City, Pasay City, Pateros and Taguig City

The term Metro Manila should not be confused with the metro rail system of the region, and the word metro itself always describes the metropolitan area (as in the metro). The railways are called by their abbreviations, such as the LRT and the MRT.

Saray Siyudad, san Baley na Metro Manila
Saray Siyudad: Caloocan | Las Piñas | Malabon | Mandaluyong | Manila | Marikina | Muntinlupa | Siyudad na Navotas | Parañaque | Pasay | Pasig | Quezon City | San Juan | Sekano | Taguig | Valenzuela
Saray Baley: Novaliches | Pateros
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