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Quezon is the largest province in Southern Tagalog, ranks sixth biggest in the Philippines in terms of land area which totals 8,728.25 square kilometers.Quezon's West side is tightly clasped by the Provinces of Aurora, Nueva Ecija, Bulacan, Rizal, Laguna, and Batangas while Camarines Sur embraces its Southeast border. In 1995, its population of 1,537,744 came from the 40 municipalities and one city. Provincial territory spans through the Islands of Polillo, Patnanungan, Jomalig, Pagbilao Chica, Pagbilao Grande, Alabat and several unnamed islets.The province topography is generally characterized by rugged terrain. The Sierra Madre Range runs along the entire length of the province, with Mount Banahaw, an extinct volcano rising at 7,382 feet above sea level, as its most prominent peak. The province is indented by a number of bays which serve as fertile fishing grounds, among them, Lamon, Tayabas, and Ragay Gulf.
The province has one City and 40 Municipalities (Agdangan, Alabat, Perez, Atimonan, Buenavista, Burdeos, Calauag, Catanauan, Candelaria, Dolores, Infanta, Jomalig, Guinayangan, General Luna, Gumaca, General Nakar, Lopez, LUCENA CITY, Lucban, Macalelon, Mulanay, Mauban, Pagbilao, Padre Burgos, Panukulan, Patnanungan, Polillo, Plaridel, Pitogo, Quezon, Real, San Andres, San Francisco, San Narciso, San Antonio, Sariaya, Tagkawayan, Tayabas, Tiaong, and Unisan).
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