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Republika na Filipinas
Republic of the Philippines
República de Filipinas
Laylay na Filipinas Simbolo na Filipinas
Laylay Simbolo
Motto: (Filipino: For God, People, Nature, and Country)
Kansion na Dalin: Oh, Pilipinas dalin min kagal-galang (bersyon ed Pangasinan)
Lokasyon na Filipinas
Kabesera Manila
14°35′ N 121°0′ E
Sankabalgan ya siyudad Quezon City
Salita ya uusarin na gobiyerno Filipino, English, Kastila .[1]
Gobiyerno Unitary-presidential
 - President Rodrigo Duterte
 - Vice President Leni Robredo
Kawayangen Manlapod Spain tan U.S. 
 - Declared June 12, 1898 
 - Recognized July 4, 1946 
 - Current constitution March 25, 1986 
Awang  
 - Katiponan 300,000 km² (72nd)
  115,831 sq mi 
 - Danom (%) 0.6%
Bilang na Too  
 - Nen July 2005 83,054,000 (13th)
 - Census nen 2000 76,504,077
 - Density 276/km² (42nd)
715/sq mi 
GDP (PPP) Nen 2005
 - Katiponan $414.7 billion (25th)
 - Per capita $4,923 (102nd)
HDI (2003) 0.758 (84th) – medium
Kwarta Philippine peso (piso) (PHP)
Zone na oras PHT (UTC+8)
Internet TLD .ph
Calling code +63

Say Filipinas or Say Philippines (English: Philippines; Filipino: Pilipinas; Kastila: Filipinas), tatawagen a Republika na Filipinas (English: Republic of the Philippines; Filipino: Republika ng Pilipinas; Kastila: República de Filipinas), sakey a bansan kapuloan a nipasen ed kapuloan Malay ed Southeast Asia, a say capital to so Manila. Say kaarawi to ed Asia so 1,210 kilometers o 750 miles, tan 7,107 a kapuloan a tatawagen a kapuloan Filipinas.

Say Filipinas so panlalapuan na karakel a migrant workers o onkikimey ed arom a bansa; wala so masulok a 8 million overseas Filipinos tan say ipapawit da a remittances so masulok a $12 billion a tinaon.

Say ngaran a Filipinas so ingaran nen Ruy Lopez de Villalobos, sakey a Kastilan a conquistador, ed ari na Espana, si Ari Felipe II ed Espana.

Awaran[edit | edit source]

Gobierno san Politika[edit | edit source]

National symbols of the Philippines
Flag National Flag (Pambansang Watawat)
Anthem Oh, Pilipinas dalin min kagal-galang (bersyon ed Pangasinan)
Patriotic Song Pilipinas Kong Mahal
Gem South Sea pearls
Dance Cariñosa (formerly Tinikling)
Animal Carabao / Tamaraw
Bird Philippine Eagle (formerly the Tree Sparrow or Maya)
Fish Milkfish (Bangus)
Flower Arabian Jasmine (Sampaguita)
Tree Angsana (Narra)
Leaf Fan palm (Anahaw)
Fruit Mango
Sport Sipa
Costume Barong and Baro't saya
Hero José P. Rizal

Saray Region

Arom

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Cebuano, Ilokano, Hiligaynon, Bikol, Waray-Waray, Kapampangan, Pangasinan, Kinaray-a, Maranao, Maguindanao, Tagalog, Tausug are the auxiliary oficial idiomas in their respective regions. Kastila y Arabo are recognized in la Constitutionas.
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