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Baguio
Ciudad grande
Baguio City montage.png
Baguioflag.png
Bandera
Mapa de Región Administrativa Cordillera con Baguio resaltado
Mapa de Región Administrativa Cordillera con Baguio resaltado
Coordenadas: 16°24'54.60"N, 120°35'44.14"E
NaciónFilipinas
RegiónRegión Administrativa Cordillera
ProvinciaRegión Administrativa Cordillera
Fundación1900
Gobierno
   •  Electorado164 125 votantes (9 Mayo 2019)
Superficie
[1]
   •  Total57,51 km2 (22,20 sq mi)
Populación
 (1 Agosto 2015)
   •  Total345,366
   •  Densidad6,0/km2 (16/sq mi)
   •  Hogares
87,731
Economía
   •  Clase de ingresosel primera clase clase de ciudad
   •  Ingresos₱1 496 499 373,37
Huso horarioUTC+8 (PST)
Código postal
2600
PSGC
Código telefonico74
Lenguaje nativoKankanaey language
Ibaloi
Idioma ilocano
Tagalog
Websitehttp://www.baguio.gov.ph/


Baguio el primera clase clase de ciudad na provincia de Región Administrativa Cordillera, Filipinas. Tiene este zona de 57.51 kilometro cuadrado. Comporme del 1 Agosto 2015 censo este tiene papulidad de 345,366 personas y 87,731 hogares. El designada codigo postal 2600 y PSGC 141102000.

Barangay[editar | revisa codigo]

  • Apugan-Loakan
  • Asin Road
  • Atok Trail
  • Bakakeng Central
  • Bakakeng North
  • Happy Hollow
  • Balsigan
  • Bayan Park West (Bayan Park)
  • Bayan Park East
  • Brookspoint
  • Brookside
  • Cabinet Hill-Teacher’s Camp
  • Camp Allen
  • Camp 7
  • Camp 8
  • Campo Filipino
  • City Camp Central
  • City Camp Proper
  • Country Club Village
  • Cresencia Village
  • Dagsian, Upper
  • DPS Area
  • Dizon Subdivision
  • Quirino Hill, East
  • Engineers' Hill
  • Fairview Village
  • Fort del Pilar
  • General Luna, Upper
  • General Luna, Lower
  • Gibraltar
  • Greenwater Village
  • Guisad Central
  • Guisad Sorong
  • Hillside
  • Holy Ghost Extension
  • Holy Ghost Proper
  • Imelda Village
  • Irisan
  • Kayang Extension
  • Kias
  • Kagitingan
  • Loakan Proper
  • Lopez Jaena
  • Lourdes Subdivision Extension
  • Dagsian, Lower
  • Lourdes Subdivision, Lower
  • Quirino Hill, Lower
  • General Emilio F. Aguinaldo
  • Lualhati
  • Lucnab
  • Magsaysay, Lower
  • Magsaysay Private Road
  • Aurora Hill Proper
  • Bal-Marcoville (Marcoville)
  • Quirino Hill, Middle
  • Military Cut-off
  • Mines View Park
  • Modern Site, East
  • Modern Site, West
  • New Lucban
  • Aurora Hill, North Central
  • Sanitary Camp, North
  • Outlook Drive
  • Pacdal
  • Pinget
  • Pinsao Pilot Project
  • Pinsao Proper
  • Puliwes
  • Pucsusan
  • MRR-Queen Of Peace
  • Rock Quarry, Lower
  • Salud Mitra
  • San Antonio Village
  • San Luis Village
  • San Roque Village
  • San Vicente
  • Santa Escolastica
  • Santo Rosario
  • Santo Tomas School Area
  • Santo Tomas Proper
  • Scout Barrio
  • Session Road Area
  • Slaughter House Area
  • Sanitary Camp South
  • Saint Joseph Village
  • Teodora Alonzo
  • Trancoville
  • Rock Quarry, Upper
  • Victoria Village
  • Quirino Hill, West
  • Andres Bonifacio (Lower Bokaw
  • Legarda-Burnham-Kisad
  • Imelda R. Marcos (La Salle)
  • Lourdes Subdivision, Proper
  • Quirino-Magsaysay, Upper (Upp
  • A. Bonifacio-Caguioa-Rimando
  • Ambiong
  • Aurora Hill, South Central
  • Abanao-Zandueta-Kayong-Chugum
  • Bagong Lipunan (Market Area)
  • BGH Compound
  • Bayan Park Village
  • Camdas Subdivision
  • Palma-Urbano (Cari?o-Palma)
  • Dominican Hill Mirador
  • Alfonso Tabora
  • Dontogan
  • Ferdinand (Happy Homes-Campo)
  • Happy Homes (Happy Homes-Lucban)
  • Harrison-Claudio Carantes
  • Honeymoon (Honeymoon-Holy Ghost)
  • Kabayanihan
  • Kayang-Hilltop
  • Gabriela Silang
  • Liwanag-Loakan
  • Malcolm Square-Perfecto
  • Manuel A. Roxas
  • Padre Burgos
  • Quezon Hill, Upper
  • Rock Quarry, Middle
  • Phil-Am
  • Quezon Hill Proper
  • Middle Quezon Hill Subdivision
  • Rizal Monument Area
  • SLU-SVP Housing Village
  • South Drive
  • Magsaysay, Upper
  • Market Subdivision, Upper
  • Padre Zamora

Demografía[editar | revisa codigo]

Censo de Populación
Baguio
AñoPopulación±% p.a.
1918 5464—    
1939 24 117+7.33%
1948 29 262+2.17%
1960 50 436+4.64%
1970 84 538+5.29%
1975 97 449+2.89%
1980 119 009+4.08%
1990 183 142+4.41%
1995 226 883+4.09%
2000 252 386+2.31%
2007 301 926+2.50%
2010 318 676+1.98%
2015 345 366+1.54%
Ref: Autoridad de Estadísticas de Filipinas[2][3][4][5]


Referencias[editar | revisa codigo]

  1. «Province: Benguet». PSGC Interactive. Quezon City, Philippines: Philippine Statistics Authority. Consultado el Diciembre 17, 2016.
  2. Census of Population (2015). "Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR)". Total Population by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay. Philippine Statistics Authority.
  3. Census of Population and Housing (2010). "Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR)". Total Population by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay. NSO.
  4. Censuses of Population (1903–2007). "Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR)". Table 1. Population Enumerated in Various Censuses by Province/Highly Urbanized City: 1903 to 2007. NSO.
  5. «Province of Benguet». Municipality Population Data. Local Water Utilities Administration Research Division. Consultado el Diciembre 17, 2016.

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