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IMPORTANT LINKS

Occ Mindoro Profile

Official Statistics

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History of the 11 Towns of Occ. Mindoro

Magsaysay       

San Jose

Rizal                   

Calintaan       

Sablayan          

StaCruz             

Mamburao     

Paluan               

AbraDeIlog     

Lubang               

Looc                     

***********ry Links:

Local Heroes

Ancient Times

Spanish Period

American Period

World War II

After Independence Period

Pictures

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DWC History

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Istorya ng mga Lugar sa Occidental Mindoro

 

Istorya ng mga pangalan ng mga sitios

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Mga Alamat at Maiikling Kwento ukol sa Mindoro

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Our Treasures

 The Tamaraw

Mindoro Bleeding Heart

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Occ Mindoro Environment

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MINDORO LOCATION: 

Lat 12° 49' 60N Long 121° 4' 60E  Island located to the south-west of Luzon. Divided into two provinces: Oriental Mindoro (eastern half) and Occidental Mindoro (western half)

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Kultura ng Mindoro

Ambahan -  Ang ambahan ay isang katutubong tula na nililikha ng mga Mangyan, partikular ang mga Hanunuo at Buhid ....(sundan sa link na ito)

 

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OCCIDENTAL MINDORO

 Occidental Mindoro is the westernpart of the Island of Mindoro.  Situated in the south of the Province of Batangas and northwest of the Island of Panay in the Visayas. The province is bounded on the north by the Verde Island Passage, on the west and south by the Mindoro Strait and Island of Palawan and on the east by its sister province, Oriental Mindoro.

Agriculture is basically the major industry in Occidental Mindoro and holds is touted as the Southern Tagalog Region's leading rice producer. Other major agricultural products that are likewise exported from the province include coconut, corn, tobacco, garlic, mango, banana and peanut. The residents are also engaged in cattle and poultry raising, logging and fishing. The famous "Mindoro Bangus" is produced in many fresh-water ponds, while its offshore water teem with tuna, grouper and octopus. There are also light industries like processing fruits, fish, prawns and nuts, feed milling, gemstone and marble finishing, handicrafts, toys and gifts, which make use of the province’s profuse and accessible resources.

The province is gifted with varied attractions that are mostly natural. The island has virgin forests, beautiful white sand beaches, islands and islets rich with marine life, coral gardens, caves and waterfalls. It is also one of the best places to scuba dive in the Philippines. Many scuba divers cannot resist the underwater diving mecca  of Apo Reef  in Sablayan.