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Mountain Province

Mountain Province (Filipino:Lalawigang Bulubundukin) is a landlocked province of the Philippines in the Cordillera Administrative Region in Luzon. Its capital is Bontoc.

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Mountain Province - Tourism
... Unknown to many, Mountain Province boasts a lot of rice terraces such as the following Bangen Rice Terraces - Bauko Besao Rice Terraces - Besao Bucas Rice Terraces - Besao Maligcong Rice Terraces - Bontoc ...
Balbalan, Kalinga - History - Post-War Era: Charting A Course
... The old Mountain Province was regularized as a “first class province” in 1959 and new local elections were subsequently held ... From the birth of the new Mountain Province on 18 June 1966 to 1988, there is a dearth of records on the succession of leadership in Balbalan ... also in the whole Kalinga as well as the whole undivided Mountain Province ...
Legislative District Of Benguet
... The Legislative District of Benguet is the current representation of the province of Benguet in the Philippine House of Representatives ... Starting 1916 the undivided Mountain Province (of which Benguet was a sub-province) and the city of Baguio were given representation in the Philippine Legislature ... The Mountain Province and Baguio City only began electing their representatives in 1935 by virtue of Act No ...
Baguio City National High School - History of The School
... of Baguio City National High School was Mountain Province High School ... Benguet was still merged with its parent province the Old Mountain Province) Classes were once held at the Teachers' Camp and native girls from the provinces ... became the responsibility of the Old Mountain Province ...
Sagada, Mountain Province - Trivia
... Sagada was featured in a local film called Don't Give Up on Us ... Sagada was also featured in an episode of "Locked Up Abroad" ...

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