Binangonan

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Laguna de Bay

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A thriving fish port and fishing industry is found in Binangonan, having a long coast line facing the Laguna de Bay, including the western part of Talim Island.
In the middle of the lake is the large island of Talim, which falls under the jurisdiction of the towns of Binangonan and Cardona in Rizal province.

Talim Island

Talim
A thriving fish port and fishing industry is found in Binangonan, having a long coast line facing the Laguna de Bay, including the western part of Talim Island.
The western side is part of the municipality of Binangonan, while the eastern section is part of Cardona.

Morong, Rizal

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Binangonan was initially a visita of the pueblo (town) of Moron, until it was separated and became an independent parish in 1621 through the initiatives of Franciscan missionaries.
Baras, Tanay, Pililla, Cardona, Binangonan and Teresa were the visitas under Pueblo de Morong.

Santa Ursula Parish Church

Santa Ursula Parish
. The Santa Ursula Parish Church dates from this time, built from 1792 to 1800.
Ursula Parish Church''' is a 224-year-old church located in the heart of Binangonan, Rizal in the Philippines.

Laguna (province)

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Originally, it was organized under the province of La Laguna, until it was transferred to the newly established Distrito de Morong on 23 February 1853.
As part of political restructuring during the 19th century, the municipalities of Morong, Pililla, Tanay, Baras, Binangonan, Jalajala, Angono and Cardona were separated from Laguna and re-organized to the province Politico-Militar Distrito de Morong.

Distrito de Morong

MorongPolitico-Militar Distrito de Morongdistrict of Morong
Originally, it was organized under the province of La Laguna, until it was transferred to the newly established Distrito de Morong on 23 February 1853.
The Politico-Militar Distrito de Morong or Distrito de Morong was a province in the Philippines created out of the province of Manila and a part of Laguna on February 23, 1853 by a decree of the Superior Gobierno, composing Morong, Pililla, Tanay, Baras, Binangonan, Jalajala, Angono and Cardona from Laguna; and Antipolo, Boso-Boso, Cainta and Taytay from Manila.

Angono Petroglyphs

The Neolithic stone engravings of the Angono Petroglyphs archaeological site represent the earliest evidence of human settlement in the region.
The existence of a rock shelter was reported to the National Museum by the late National Artist of the Philippines Carlos V. Francisco in March 1965 during a field trip with several boy scouts along the boundaries of Angono, Binangonan and Antipolo of the province of Rizal.

Angono

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Binangonan is bounded to the north-northwest by Angono, the north-northeast by Teresa and Morong, and to the east by Cardona.
First created as a pueblo in 1766, Angono was a barrio of its neighboring town Taytay and Binangonan before it was legally proclaimed an independent municipality in 1938 by then President Manuel L. Quezon.

Mount Tagapo

Mt. Tagapo
Talim Island contains a narrow coastal plain that readily ascends into its mountainous interior, with Mount Tagapo (438 m) as its highest peak.
The peak falls under the jurisdiction of the towns of Binangonan and Cardona in Rizal province.

Vicente Madrigal National High School

Vicente Madrigal Municipal High School
Vicente Madrigal National High School is a public high school in Binangonan, Rizal, Philippines.

Guronasyon Foundation National High School

Guronasyon Foundation Inc. National High School
Guronasyon Foundation Inc. National High School is a public high school situated at Bilibiran, Binangonan, Rizal.

Rizal National Science High School

The Rizal National Science High School (Mataas na Paaralang Nasyonal na Pang-Agham ng Rizal), commonly known as RNSHS, RiSci, or Rizal Science is a public science high school on Jose P. Rizal St., Batingan, Binangonan, Rizal, Philippines.

University of Rizal System

Rizal Polytechnic CollegeRizal State College
A campus of the University of Rizal System is present.
The university has expanded from its Main campus in Tanay to offer programs to students in the campuses: Antipolo, Angono, Binangonan, Cainta, Cardona, Morong, Pililla, Rodriguez, and Taytay.

Vicente Madrigal

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This plant was the oldest in the Philippines, established in 1914 by Augustinians and eventually acquired by Vicente Madrigal.
In 1992, a public school in Binangonan, Rizal was built and was named after him, the Vicente Madrigal Municipal High School.

Genesis De Rizal School

It is located in Mabuhay Homes, Darangan, Binangonan, Rizal, Philippines.

Tres Niños School

Tres Niños School Inc
It is located at San Carlos, Binangonan,Rizal, Philippines.

Tagalog language

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More likely however is that binañgonan refers to a place from where someone or something rose, based on the definition of binangunan in Tagalog.

Elephas

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The site contains earthenware fragments and remains of animals such as turtles and Elephas sp. The area was inhabited by both Tagalog and Aeta peoples before the arrival of the Spanish.

Tagalog people

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The site contains earthenware fragments and remains of animals such as turtles and Elephas sp. The area was inhabited by both Tagalog and Aeta peoples before the arrival of the Spanish.

Aeta people

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The site contains earthenware fragments and remains of animals such as turtles and Elephas sp. The area was inhabited by both Tagalog and Aeta peoples before the arrival of the Spanish.

Franciscans

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Binangonan was initially a visita of the pueblo (town) of Moron, until it was separated and became an independent parish in 1621 through the initiatives of Franciscan missionaries.

Franklin Drilon

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78, Series of 2016 requesting the Senate of the Philippines thru its president Franklin Drilon and the House of Representatives thru its speaker Feliciano Belmonte Jr. to co-sponsor a bill for Binangonan's conversion into a city and creation of a lone legislative district.