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The city of Manila
Manila is one of the sixteen cities in the Philippine country, and is divided into many legislative and geographical regions: Armita, Intramuros, Malate, Baku, Pandakan, Port District, Choi Pu, Samblock, San Andres, San Miguel, San Nicolas, Santa Anna, Santa Cruz, Santa Mesa, Tondo, and Benudo are considered the political and economic capital of the Philippines, and home to the vast trade in the country, and it contains many educational institutions and sports centers, and the population of more than two million people.
The city of Manila
It is considered one of the eastern cities of the Asian continent, which is the capital of the state of the Philippines, and is located on the eastern coasts of the Gulf of Manila, and the Gulf of Manila is located on the western shores of Lusine, and the city is bounded on the north by Navotas and Caloocan, and on the northeastern side by Quezon City and San Juan, and on the eastern side Manda Luoyong, from the southeastern Makati side, and from the southern side of Pasay, its coordinates are between 14 ° 35 ′ to the north, and 121 ° 00 ′ to the east, and a total area of more than thirty-eight square kilometers.
The tropical savannah climate is considered to be the prevailing climate in the city, because the city lies entirely within the tropics, and its proximity to the equator means that it has very small temperatures, and this means that it is rare for a bicycle to reach temperatures of less than twenty degrees Celsius, and higher than eight Thirty degrees Celsius, and the level of humidity in it is very high throughout the year, and it has two seasons. The first is dry, which extends from November and ends in May, and the second is the rainy season that extends over the remaining months of the year.
The city is the main center for banking and finance, retail trade, transportation, tourism, real estate, new media, traditional media, advertising, legal services, accounting, insurance, theater, fashion, and arts in the country in general, and the city in particular, and the city contains On the port of Manila, which is the largest seaport in the Philippines and which is the gateway to international shipping to the country, and thus occupies the third place in terms of economic dynamism in the Philippines.
Tourism in the city is considered one of the vital sectors in it, and annually welcomes about one million tourists, and contains many major destinations such as the portal of the Fort Santiago Intramuros arc, which is one of the historical centers in the city, the National Theater, the Ocean Park, Hermita, Malate, and Manila Zoo, The National Museum and Rizal Park, which has an area of fifty-eight hectares, is the largest park in the Asian continent, and also contains many shopping centers. Robinson, Manila is the largest shopping center in the city.