*List of bridges in the Philippines My City, My Butuan: Butuan's Newbridge (The Macapagal Bridge). Vista Pinas: Diosdado Macapagal Bridge.
Pres. Diosdado P. Macapagal Bridge
Fr. Urios GymFSUU Morelos GymUrios Gym
The Father Saturnino Urios University (FSUU) is a Roman Catholic private university run by the Diocese of Butuan in Butuan City, Philippines. It offers preschool, elementary, junior & senior high school and college (undergraduate and graduate) courses. The school is named in honor of its founder Father Saturnino Urios, SJ, a Spanish Jesuit missionary who led the establishment of the institution in 1901. In 2006, then Urios College was elevated into a university. In June 30, 2008, the elementary and high school departments moved to a new campus (Morelos Campus) in Brgy. Libertad. The institution complies with the K-12 program of the Philippine government. Lt. Gen.
The Mayor of Butuan is the chief executive of the city government of Butuan in Mindanao, Philippines. The mayor leads the city's departments in executing ordinances and delivering public services. The mayorship is a three-year term and each mayor is restricted to three consecutive terms, totaling nine years, although a mayor can be elected again after an interruption of one term. * Butuan City Government Website Butuan City. Legislative districts of Agusan del Norte. Councilors of Butuan City.
NasipitNasipit PortPort of Nasipit
Nasipit can be reached by riding jeepney, van, multicabs and buses from Butuan in 45 minutes, and 4 hours to 5 hours by bus from Cagayan de Oro. The public mode of transportation in Nasipit is by tricycle similar in Butuan. Bancasi Airport of Butuan. Laguindingan Airport of Cagayan de Oro. Aclan Elementary School. Amontay Elementary School. Ata-Atahon Elementary School. Camagong Elementary School. Cubi-Cubi Elementary School. Culit Elementary School. Jaguimitan Elementary School. Kinabjangan Central Elementary School - East Central. Nasipit Central Elementary School - West Central. Northwestern Agusan Colleges. Punta Elementary School. Saint Michael College of Caraga.
Modesta Singson GaisanoGaisano (Unipace)Gaisano Group
Other relatives also established their own retail operations: *Unipace Corporation – operator of Gaisano City Mall (Cagayan de Oro), Gaisano Iligan, Gaisano Malaybalay, Gaisano Valencia and Gaisano Butuan *Gaisano Brothers Merchandising
1st2nd DistrictAgusan del Norte
Under the new Constitution which was proclaimed on 11 February 1987, the Agusan del Norte was grouped with the highly urbanized city of Butuan and reapportioned into two congressional districts; each district elected its member to the restored House of Representatives starting that same year. Independent from the province and does not vote for provincial officials. Only votes with Agusan del Norte for congressional representation. * includes the chartered city of Butuan * includes the chartered city of Butuan City: Butuan. Municipality: Las Nieves. Population (2015): 365,477. City: Cabadbaran. Municipalities: Buenavista, Carmen, Jabonga, Kitcharao, Magallanes, Nasipit, Remedios T.
Lagnada topped the FSUU Poll survey last April 2016, and became the Mayor of Butuan in 2016 after he defeated the previous mayor in a local election.
DavaoDavao City, PhilippinesDavao City, Davao del Sur
The city is accessible by bus from several points in Mindanao such as Cotabato, Kidapawan, General Santos, Digos, Koronadal, Isulan, Tagum, Tandag, Bislig, Malaybalay, Mati, Monkayo, Malita, Cagayan de Oro, Butuan, and Surigao. Construction and improvement of roads and bridges in the city are underway. The city's third major road, the Buhangin Underpass, was completed in the first quarter of 2003. The Traffic Management and Computerization Scheme was implemented, considered one of the most modern in the country. A 28 km monorail project has been endorsed by the City Government to the Department of Transportation and Communication (DOTC) and Philippine National Railways (PNR).
Mayors and Vice Mayors of Butuan City.
Malaybalay CityCity of Malaybalay, BukidnonMailag, Malaybalay
The Butuan City-Malaybalay Road becomes the secondary road, which is scheduled to complete in the future (bus trips from Butuan to Malaybalay via Esperanza, Agusan del Sur will soon to operate). ;Public transportation There are various types of public transportation. Buses that ply the Bukidnon, Cagayan de Oro, General Santos and Davao City route are used for travel from the city to other provinces. There are also mini-vans that transport passengers from Cagayan de Oro to Malaybalay. The multi-cabs ply the main highway from the poblacion proper to other points of destination within the city and nearby barangays. The four-wheeled motorelas are limited to the inner streets.
Stephany Dianne Stefanowitz
Her mother is from Butuan City and her father is from Hamburg, Germany. Official Miss Earth website. Miss Earth Foundation website.
DYRC Aksyon Radyo 648DYRC Aksyon Radyo CebuDYXR Aksyon Radyo
DYRC (648 AM) Aksyon Radyo Cebu is an AM station owned by Bisalog Broadcasting, a subsidiary of Pacific Broadcasting Systems, and operated by its affiliate Manila Broadcasting Company in the Philippines. The station's studio is located at 2nd Floor, GD Uyfang Building, Sanciangko, Corner. Panganiban, St. Brgy. Pahina Central, Cebu City, and transmitter is located at Brgy. Tangke, Talisay City.
Balite Institute of Technology—Butuan
It is situated along 100 Gallares Street, and has branches in the towns of Talibon, Jagna, and Carmen in Bohol, as well as in the province of Siquijor, and in Butuan City where it is using the trade name Balite Institute of Technology. Bohol Institute of Technology - Carmen, Bohol. Bohol Institute of Technology - Jagna, Bohol. Bohol Institute of Technology - Tagbilaran City. Bohol Institute of Technology - Talibon, Bohol. BIT International College official website. Tagbilaran City education social sector. BIT International College official forum page.
Central PhilippineCentral Philippine languageCentral
Butuan–Tausug. Tausug. Butuanon. Surigao. Surigaonon, Jaun-Jaun, Kantilan, Naturalis. 2. Cebuan (spoken in Cebu, Bohol, western Leyte, northern Mindanao, and eastern Negros). Cebuan. Cebuano, Boholano, Leyte. 3. Central (spoken across most of the Visayan region). Warayan. Waray–Samar. Waray, Samar-Leyte. Northern Samar. Gubat (South Sorsogon). Peripheral. Sorsogon (North), Masbate. Camotes. Bantayan. Hiligaynon (Ilonggo), Capiznon, Kawayan. Romblon. Romblomanon. 4. Banton/Asi (spoken in northwestern Romblon Province). Banton. Banton, Odionganon, Simara, Calatrava, Sibale. 5. West. Aklan (spoken in northern Panay). Aklanon. Kinarayan (spoken in Panay). Pandan, Kinaray-a, Gimaras.
Diocese of ButuanButuanBishop of Butuan
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Butuan (Lat: Dioecesis Butuanensis) is a diocese of the Latin Rite of the Roman Catholic Church in the Philippines. Erected in 1967, the diocese is a suffragan of the Archdiocese of Cagayan de Oro. Catholic Church in the Philippines. Butuan City.
Laurice Guillen (born January 31, 1947) is a Filipino actress, director and college professor.
provinceprovincesprovince of the Philippines
August 20, 1907: Act No. 1693 creates Agusan (composed of the sub-provinces of Butuan and Bukidnon), and establishes Batanes as a sub-province of Cagayan. October 8, 1907: Siquijor established as sub-province of Negros Oriental through Act No. 1753. Catanduanes established as sub-province of Albay through Act No. 1331.
Dumaguete CityDumaguete City, Negros OrientalDumaguete Chartered City, Philippines
Butuan, Agusan del Norte. Makati, Metro Manila. Yeongdong County of North Chungcheong, Republic of Korea. 🇺🇸 Alameda of California, United States. Negros Oriental. Cebuano language. Silliman University. Negros Oriental State University. Official Website of the City of Dumaguete. Philippine Standard Geographic Code. Philippine Statistics Authority.
Iligan CityCity of IliganIligan Chartered City, Philippines
. 🇵🇭 Butuan, Agusan del Norte. List of cities in the Philippines. Roman Catholic Diocese of Iligan. Timoga Spring. Philippine Standard Geographic Code. Philippine Census Information. Local Governance Performance Management System.
In the Philippines, regions (rehiyon), (ISO 3166-2:PH) are administrative divisions that serve primarily to organize the provinces (probinsya) of the country for administrative convenience. Currently, the archipelagic republic of the Philippines is divided into 17 regions (16 administrative and one autonomous). Most national government offices provide services through their regional branches instead of having direct provincial offices. These regional offices are usually (but not always) in the city designated as the regional center.
Batuanedible fruit with the same nameG. morella
Garcinia morella is a species of tree in the Clusiaceae family found in India, Sri Lanka and central Philippines.
Etymology is the study of the history of words, their origins, and how their form and meaning have changed over time. By extension, the term "the etymology (of a word)" means the origin of the particular word. When talking about place names, there is a specific term, toponymy.
AustronesianAustronesian languageAustronesian language family
The Austronesian languages are a language family that is widely dispersed throughout Maritime Southeast Asia, Madagascar and the islands of the Pacific Ocean, with a few members in continental Asia. Austronesian languages are spoken by about 386 million people (4.9%), making it the fifth-largest language family by number of speakers. Major Austronesian languages with the highest number of speakers are Malay (Indonesian and Malaysian), Javanese, and Filipino (Tagalog). The family contains 1,257 languages, which is the second most of any language family.
Rajahnate of Butuan. Rajahnate of Cebu. Recorded list of Datus in the Philippines. Sultanate of Lanao. Sultanate of Maguindanao. Sultanate of Sulu. Taytay, Palawan. Non-sovereign monarchy. Federal monarchy. Principalía. Maginoo. Babaylan. Lakan. Timawa. Maharlika. Impact of Spanish Colonialization in the Philippines. Encyclopædia Britannica - Datu (Filipino chieftain). The official website of the Royal Sultanate of Sulu.
The term Greater India is most commonly used to encompass the historical and geographic extent of all political entities of the Indian subcontinent, and the regions which are culturally linked to India or received significant Indian cultural influence. These countries have to varying degrees been transformed by the acceptance and induction of cultural and institutional elements of India. Since around 500 BCE, Asia's expanding land and maritime trade had resulted in prolonged socio-economic and cultural stimulation and diffusion of Hindu and Buddhist beliefs into the region's cosmology, in particular in Southeast Asia and Sri Lanka.