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City ANTIPOLO
Official Website http://www.antipolo.gov.ph
Island Grouping Luzon
Region NCR
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The City of Antipolo (Filipino: Lungsod ng Antipolo) is a 1st class component city in the province of Rizal, Philippines. It was recently made the capital of Rizal; however the provincial capitol is still in Pasig City which now part of Metro Manila. According to the 2000 census, it has a population of 470,866 people in 97,415 households.

Geography

Antipolo City is located in the central part of Rizal Province. It is approximately 26 km. east of Manila. It is bounded to the north by the municipalities of San Mateo and Rodriguez; to the east by the municipality of Gen. Nakar in Quezon Province; to the southeast by the municipality of Tanay; to the south by municipalities of Angono, Taytay and Teresa; and to the west by the municipality of Cainta and the city of Marikina in Metro Manila.

Location

Antipolo City is located in the central part of Rizal Province. It is approximately 26 km. east of Manila. It is bounded to the north by the municipalities of San Mateo and Rodriguez; to the east by the municipality of Gen. Nakar in neighboring Quezon Province; to the southeast by the municipality of Tanay; to the south by municipalities of Angono, Taytay and Teresa; and to the west by the municipality of Cainta and the city of Marikina in Metro Manila. It has a land area of 306.10 square kilometers.

Land area

306.10 km²

Climate

Rizal has two seasons: the wet and dry. It is relatively dry from December to May, and wet during the rest of the year. Northeast winds prevail in the province. It is not directly hit by typhoons, low-pressure systems, and strong winds.

Population

According to the 2000 census, it has a population of 470,866 people in 97,415 households.

Language/DIALECT

The predominant language is Tagalog while English is used as the medium of communication in business and education.

Economy

The City of Antipolo (Filipino: Lungsod ng Antipolo) is a 1st class component city in the province of Rizal, Philippines.

Currency

Philippine Peso (Php) in denominations of 1000, 500, 200, 100, 50, 20, 10, 5, 1 in pesos and. 25, 10, 5 and 1 in centavos.

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Date  Title  Action
Article 
28 Sep 2010  Directory: Suppliers of Gifts & Christmas Decors  View
19 Sep 2010  DIRECTORY OF STATE UNIVERSITIES IN REGION 4  View
28 Aug 2010  What Antipolo is Known for  View
30 Mar 2008  HISTORY OF ANTIPOLO CITY  View
30 Mar 2008  Thousands of Devotees Visit Antipolo Church  View
28 Sep 2007  Tourist attractions: Special Interest  View
28 Sep 2007  Rizal Emergency Services & Medical Facilities  View
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28 Sep 2007  Festivals of Antipolo  View
06 Sep 2007  Tourist Attractions  View
04 Aug 2007  major products  View
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23 Nov 2012  Antipolo invites more investors thru summit  View
17 Sep 2010  Ensuring All-year Round Availability of High-Value Vegetables Through Container Gardening Under Prot  View
26 Apr 2008  RP BIOTECH HERBAL CURE ENTERS EXPORT MARKET  View
06 Apr 2008  Open House in Antipolo  View
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