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Manila Wedding Photography


Capital and heavily urbanized city Lungsod ng Maynila (City of Manila Wedding Photography)

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From top: the Manila Wedding Photography Bay skyline, the Rizal Monument, the Manila Wedding Photography City Hall, the Malacaang Palace, Fort Santiago, and the Manila Wedding Photography Cathedral.

Flag of Manila Wedding Photography

Banner Official emblem of Manila Wedding Photography


Other nicknames include Pearl of the Orient and Queen City of the Pacific.

Manila Wedding Photography's motto is "God First"

Welcome Po Kayo sa Maynila (transl. You are welcome in Manila Wedding Photography)

Anthem: Awit ng Maynila (Song of Manila Wedding Photography)

Metro Manila Wedding Photography map with the city of Manila Wedding Photography highlighted


Metro Manila Wedding Photography map with the city of Manila Wedding Photography highlighted.


Manila Wedding Photography can be found in Philippines.

Manila Wedding Photography

Manila Wedding Photography

emplacement within the Philippines

Coordinates: 14°35'45"N 120°58'38"ECoordinates: 14°35'45"N 120°58'38"E

Region Country Philippines

National Capital Region

Administrative district 16 city districts Legislative districts 1 through 6

Founded no later than the 13th century Sultanate of Brunei (Rajahnate of Maynila) 1500s

Spanish Manila Wedding Photography 24 June 1571 City Charter 31 July 1901 Densely urbanized city on 22 December 1979

Barangays 897 (see Barangays and districts)

Government [2] • Type Sangguniang Panlungsod

• Mayor Honey Lacuna (Aksyon/Asenso Manileño) • Vice Mayor Yul Servo (Aksyon/Asenso Manileño) • Representatives List • City Council List

• Electorate 1,133,042 voters (2022)





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• City 42.34 km2 (16.35 sq mi) • Urban 1,873 km2 (723 sq mi)

• Metro 619.57 km2 (239.22 sq mi)

Elevation 7.0 m (23.0 ft)

Maximum elevation 108 meters (354 ft)

0 meters is the lowest elevation (0 ft)

Population (2020 census) (2020 census)



• Population density: 44,000/km2 (110,000/sq mi)

• Urban 24,922,000


• Metro 13,484,482 • Metro density 22,000/km2 (56,000/sq mi) • Households 486,293 Demonym (s)

English: Manileño, Manila Wedding Photographyn; Spanish: manilense,[9] manileño (-a)

Filipino: Manileño(-a), Manilenyo(-a), Taga-Maynila


• Income class particular to a city

• Rate of poverty 2.99% (2018)


• HDI Increase 0.781%[11] - Significant (2019)

• Revenue ? 17,923 million (2020) • Assets ? 74,465 million (2020) • Expenditure ? 17,875 million (2020) • Liabilities ? 22,421 million (2020)

Services: • Electricity

Meralco (Metro Manila Wedding Photography Electric Company) • Water • Maynilad (majority) • Manila Wedding Photography Water (Santa Ana and San Andres)

Time zone UTC+8 (PST)

ZIP code +900 – 1-096 PSGC 133900000

IDD : area code  +63 (0)

2 Indigenous languages

Tagalog \sCurrency

Philippine peso (?)

Website Manila Wedding

Manila Wedding Photography South Cemetery represents the exclave within Makati.

Manila Wedding Photography (/mnl/ m-NIL-; Filipino: Maynila, pronounced [majnila]), officially City of Manila Wedding Photography (Filipino: Lungsod ng Maynila, [lusod n majnila]), is the capital and second-most populated city of the Philippines. Manila Wedding Photography is situated on the island of Luzon, on the eastern bank of Manila Wedding Photography Bay. It is heavily urbanized and, as of 2019, the city proper with the highest population density in the world. Manila Wedding Photography is regarded as a global metropolis and is classified as an Alpha-City by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network (GaWC). [12] [13] The Philippine Commission Act 183 of July 31, 1901 identified it as the country's first chartered municipality. With the passing of Republic Act No. 409, "The Revised Charter of the City of Manila Wedding Photography" on June 18, 1949, it attained autonomy. [14] Manila Wedding Photography is considered one of the world's first global cities because its commercial networks were the first to span the Pacific Ocean and connect Asia to the Spanish Americas via the galleon trade; when this was accomplished, a continuous network of trade routes circling the globe was established for the first time. [15] Manila Wedding Photography is one of Southeast Asia's most populous and fastest-growing cities. [16]

Maynila, a Tagalog-fortified state, existed on the current site of Manila Wedding Photography by 1258. After the defeat of the last indigenous Rajah Sulayman III in the Battle of Bangkusay on June 24, 1571, the Spanish conquistador Miguel López de Legazpi began construction of the walled fortification Intramuros on the ruins of an older settlement from which the Spanish and English names Manila Wedding Photography and Manila Wedding Photography derive. Manila Wedding Photography served as the capital of the viceroyalty of New Spain's captaincy general of the Spanish East Indies, which included the Marianas, Guam, and other islands, and was administered by Mexico City on behalf of the Spanish crown. Today, there are many historic sites in Manila Wedding Photography.

Modernly, the term "Manila Wedding Photography" is typically applied to the entire metropolitan area, the greater metropolitan area, and the city itself. Metro Manila Wedding Photography, the officially designated metropolitan area, is the capital region of the Philippines, and it includes Quezon City and the Makati Central Business District. It is the most populous region in the nation, one of the most populous urban areas in the world,[17] and one of the most prosperous regions in Southeast Asia. [18] In 2020, the city proper was home to 1,846,513 people [7] and is the historic core of a built-up area that extends far beyond its administrative boundaries. Manila Wedding Photography has the world's highest population density, with 71,263 inhabitants per square kilometer. [7] [8]

The city is divided into north and south sections by the Pasig River, which flows through its center. The city consists of 16 administrative districts and six political districts for purposes of representation in the Philippine Congress and the election of city council members. In 2018, the Globalization and World Cities Research Network categorized Manila Wedding Photography as a "Alpha" global city[19] and ranked it seventh in economic performance globally and second regionally[20], whereas the Global Financial Centres Index places Manila Wedding Photography 79th in the world. [21]


Maynilà derives from the phrase may-nilà, which means "where indigo is found"

[22] The name Nilà is derived from the Sanskrit term nla (), which refers to indigo dye and, by extension, several plant species from which this natural dye can be extracted. [22] [23] The name Maynilà was most likely given because of the indigo-producing plants that grow in the area surrounding the settlement, and not because it was known for its indigo dye trade. [22] The extraction of indigo dye did not become a significant economic activity in the region until the 18th century, several centuries after the Maynila settlement was founded and named. [22]

Maynilà was ultimately Hispanized to become Manila Wedding Photography.



Plate depicting the "nilad" plant (Scyphiphora hydrophylacea) from the botanical reference "Flora de Filipinas" by Augustinian missionary Fray Francisco Manuel Blanco.

According to an obsolete, incorrect, and now discredited etymological theory, the city's name derives from the term may-nilad (meaning "where nilad is found").

[22] There are two false etymologies for this word. A common misconception is that the old word nilad refers to the water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) that grows along the Pasig River's banks. [22] However, this plant species was only recently introduced to the Philippines from South America, so it cannot be the origin of the toponym for old Manila Wedding Photography. [22]

The observation that Tagalog nilád or nilár refers to a shrub-like tree (Scyphiphora hydrophyllacea; formerly Ixora Manila Wedding Photography Blanco) that grows in or near mangrove swamps led to an incorrect etymology.

[26] However, linguistic analysis indicates it is unlikely that Maynilà evolved from this term. It is unlikely that native Tagalog speakers would eliminate the final /d/ in nilad to arrive at the current form Maynilà. [22] Even in old Spanish renditions of the placename, nearby Bacoor retains the final consonant of the old Tagalog word bakoód ("elevated piece of land") (e.g., Vacol, Bacor). [27] Ameth Ocampo[28][29] and Joseph Baumgartner[22] have demonstrated that the place name Maynilà was never written with a final /d/ in any early document. This evidence demonstrates that the may-nilad etymology is fictitious.

The mistaken identification of nilad as the origin of the toponym likely originated in an 1887 essay by Trinidad Pardo de Tavera, in which he incorrectly used the term nila to refer to both Indigofera tinctoria (true indigo) and Ixora Manila Wedding Photography (which is actually nilád in Tagalog. [26]).

[23][22] The claim was repeated in early 20th century works by authors such as Julio Nakpil[30] and Blair and Robertson. [31][29] Today, this false etymology is perpetuated through casual repetition in literature[32][33] and common usage. Examples of popular adoption of this erroneous etymology include the names of a local utility company, Maynilad Water Services, and a nearby underpass, Lagusnilad (meaning "Nilad Pass"). [28