Pampanga:

Pampanga itself was named during the Spanish colonial rule and is now a Philippine province on the peninsula Luzon and honored as one of the 8 rays of the sun in the national flag. Population at 2010: 2’338’529 (2’014’019 excluding Angeles City) External Link: Philippine Statistics Authority Estimated Land Area: 191’401 has. (1914 square kilometres) External Link: Department of Environment and Natural Resources

The neighbour provinces of Pampanga are Bataan, Zambales, Tarlac, Nueva Ecija

and Bulacan.

Pampangas Road Connections:

Placed in central Luzon, the North Luzon Express way (NLEX) connects Pampanga by the Candaba Viaduct Bridge with Manila, Philippines capital. The Subic-Clark- Tarlac Express way connects Pampangas Airport with the ports of Subic Bay. As in the entire Philippines, all public land transportation services are administered by the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Boards (LTFRB).  This national agency issues the certificate to operate to private individual who owns the transportation facility’s.  Provincial operations passing Pampanga have bus connections in San Fernando and on the Dau Bus Terminal. The Ports: Diosdado Macapagal International airport. Located at Former Clark U.S. Air Base (erstwhile biggest U.S. base outside of U.S. territory) now known as “Clark Freeport Zone” or “Clark Special Economic Zone”. Philippines air force base in Floridabalanca. Pampanga is in between of two Philippines major Seaports. Namely, between of Manila`s Seaportsand the “Seaport of Subicin Zambales. Pampanga itself has no deep-sea port along the coastal line.

The Appearance of Pampanga:

Mt. Arayat is spread over three provinces. One of these provinces is Pampanga. This characteristic mark is visible through the whole lowland province Pampanga. Mount Pinatubo, an active Volcano, is primarily placed in the neighbour province Zambales. The most famous volcano is Mount Pinatubo, with one of the most powerful eruptions in the 20th-Century. In commemoration of this 1991 eruption, an annual celebration is being held every 30th of November dubbed as "A March to Peace and Tranquility". So, Mt. Arayat is the extinct volcano that can be seen from everywhere, Mount Pinatubo was the formative Volcano of this century.

The Cities and Towns of Pampanga:

Pampanga`s Capital is “City of San Fernando is one of three Cities in Pampanga. The other cities are “Angeles city” and “Mabalacat”. All cities are beside of the previous mentioned “Noth Luzon Express way”. Villages of Pampanga: Apalit; Arayat; Bacolor; Candaba; Floridablanca; Guagua; Lubao; Macabebe;  Magalang, Masantol, Mexico, Minalin, Porac, San Luis, San Simon, Santa Ana, Santa Rita, Santo Tomas, Sasmuan
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Pampanga:

Pampanga itself was named during the Spanish colonial rule and is now a Philippine province on the peninsula Luzon and honored as one of the 8 rays of the sun in the national flag. Population at 2010: 2’338’529 (2’014’019 excluding Angeles City) External Link: Philippine Statistics Authority Estimated Land Area: 191’401 has. (1914 square kilometres) External Link: Department of Environment and Natural Resources

The neighbour provinces of Pampanga are Bataan, Zambales,

Tarlac, Nueva Ecija and Bulacan.

Pampangas Road Connections:

Placed in central Luzon, the North Luzon Express way (NLEX)  connects Pampanga by the Candaba Viaduct Bridge with Manila, Philippines capital. The Subic-Clark-Tarlac Express way connects Pampangas Airport with the ports of Subic Bay. As in the entire Philippines, all public land transportation services are administered by the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Boards (LTFRB).  This national agency issues the certificate to operate to private individual who owns the transportation facility’s.  Provincial operations passing Pampanga have bus connections in San Fernando and on the Dau Bus Terminal. The Ports: Diosdado Macapagal International airport. Located at Former Clark U.S. Air Base (erstwhile biggest U.S. base outside of U.S. territory) now known as “Clark Freeport Zone” or “Clark Special Economic Zone”. Philippines air force base in Floridabalanca. Pampanga is in between of two Philippines major Seaports. Namely, between of “Manila`s Seaportsand the “Seaport of Subicin Zambales. Pampanga itself has no deep-sea port along the coastal line.

The Appearance of

Pampanga:

Mt. Arayat is spread over three provinces. One of these provinces is Pampanga. This characteristic mark is visible through the whole lowland province Pampanga. Mount Pinatubo, an active Volcano, is primarily placed in the neighbour province Zambales. The most famous volcano is Mount Pinatubo, with one of the most powerful eruptions in the 20th-Century. In commemoration of this 1991 eruption, an annual celebration is being held every 30th of November dubbed as "A March to Peace and Tranquility". So, Mt. Arayat is the extinct volcano that can be seen from everywhere, Mount Pinatubo was the formative Volcano of this century.

The Cities and Towns of Pampanga:

Pampanga`s Capital is “City of San Fernando is one of three Cities in Pampanga. The other cities are “Angeles city” and “Mabalacat”. All cities are beside of the previous mentioned “Noth Luzon Express way”. Villages of Pampanga: Apalit; Arayat; Bacolor; Candaba; Floridablanca; Guagua; Lubao;  Macabebe; Magalang, Masantol, Mexico, Minalin, Porac, San Luis,  San Simon, Santa Ana, Santa Rita, Santo Tomas, Sasmuan
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