(1), concrete:cement (4), ☎ (02) 6642510 / (02) 6686232 No: 0999 5257 661 (1), "Authentic South Indian cuisine" (1), "Bega" is the Manobo word for lustful. (1), "Construction" hasn't progressed on this road for a long time. (6), "I will put enmities between thee and the woman, and thy seed and her seed: she shall crush thy head, and thou shalt lie in wait for her heel. " Genesis 3:15 (1), "Tangat Wreck" Army supply ship - 128m (22 to 30m) (1), "The answer to all your plastic packaging needs!" (1), "art bar & restaurant", live music (1), #2 Purok 1 Lower Pinget, Baguio CIty 2600 Philippines (1), #2 Purok 1 Lower Pinget, Baguio City 2600 Philippines (1), #BatangasCity.USAID-SURGE (1), #JohnKennethEsposo #PanghuloNationalHighSchool (1), #JohnKennethEsposo#PanghuloNationalHighSchool (11), #PanghuloNationalHighSchool (1), #osmfeu2015 (2), #osmgeoweekPH (1), (077) 772 0303 Phone
(1), (Best) Street Food Alley (1), (Very Friendly Guesthouse) Oslob Shark Watching (1), (building not yet seen on current available satellite image) (1), - 4 Meters below Dam Elevation
(1), -Venue Head: Abigail De Borja
Limited slots available.
Scheduling is on a first come, first served basis (1), ...where minds expand and spirits soar... Small Classes More Attention Big Difference! (1), 02-8050885 (1), 04-01-00 (2), 04-01-00104 (1), 04-01-00134 (1), 04-01-00149 (1), 04-01-00152 (1), 04-01-00162 (1), 04-01-00183 (1), 1 Double Bedded Room (3), 1 storey bungalow type, concrete (1), 1 storey house, concrete, with sari-sari store (1), 1-Level building with garden (1), 1-level building with wooden roof (1), 1-level building, blue-painted with red window and door frames (1), 1-level monolithic building created from concrete (1), 1-level monolithic concrete building (2), 1-level monolithic concrete building with table in center (1), 10 pesos (1), 1000 masl and above; Part of peaks of Central Cordillera, Philippine Biodiversity Conservation Protection Priority Area, priority level-Extremely High Urgent , may include private woodlots (1), 1000 masl and above;Conservation Priority Area, Extremely High Urgent;Part of peaks of Central Cordillera, Philippine Biodiversity Conservation Protection Priority Area, priority level-Extremely High Urgent. includes indigenous woodlots called "Muyung". (1), 105 corner President Quirino Avenue, 1515 Sto. Sepulcro, Paco, 1007 Metro Manila
0977 728 6571 (1), 10pp/h (1), 1248 Sampaloc, Manila
Landline: (02)5229919 (1), 12h 500pp, 24h 700pp (1), 1500 masl and above (5), 1st and 2nd level only (1), 1x/day and direction.
Abra de Ilog - Balatero: 12:00
Balatero - Abra de Ilog: 10:30 (1), 2 Classroom Building (2), 2 Double Bedded Room (2), 2 Greenhouse (1), 2 classroom building (1), 2 family Duplex residence split to house numbers 15a and 15b (1), 2 storey (1), 2 storey commercial / office building (1), 2-3 meter pedestrian lane. (1), 2-level building created from concrete (1), 2/F City Wing (1), 2/F along RDU hall (1), 2/F along admin office hallway (2), 2/F beside Coffee & Dream, and infront of LBC (1), 2/F beside Food Court (1), 2/F beside Let’s Face It (1), 2/F beside Our Home (1), 2/F between Hair X and Digital Walker (1), 2/F infront of Quantum (1), 2/F inside the clinic (1), 2/F left side of food court (1), 2/F near Global Pinoy Center (1), 2/F near Kiddos (1), 2/F near admin office, beside Nailaholics (1), 2/F, admin office hallway, near Worlds of Fun (1), 2017 - clean, maintained place, beach dark volcanic sand, house reef almost dead (1), 2017 - clean, very comfy bed, good internet, SMALL rooms, free garage parking (1), 2017 - small rooms, no food policy in the rooms, wifi signal poor in the rooms, comfy bed, rooms a bit dated.. (1), 2017 - spacious, nice, clean, new (1), 2018-11-14: Closed. (1), 2019-06-03: closed. (1), 230KV Switchyard (1), 24/7 Gasoline Station (1), 24/7 Pandesalan (1), 24/7 Supply (1), 24/7 affordable fast food house (1), 24/7 operating house (1), 25M, 6 lane (1), 2F NLM Hall Bldg of KKFI 937 P. Paredes St., Sampaloc, Manila (1), 2nd Floor (1), 2nd Floor Foodcourt (2), 2nd Floor is made out of wood. (1), 2nd Floor, near National Bookstore (1), 2nd Level near Ace Hardware (1), 2nd floor, Robinson's Mall Antipolo (1), 2nd floor, inside the family lounge (1), 3-25m
Www.divesitedirectory.co.uk (1), 3/F Foodcourt Area (1), 3/F beside Ballet Center (1), 3/F beside Oppo (1), 3/F near Foodcourt Area (1), 3/F near Ranch and Reef (1), 3/F, admin office (1), 3G Solar Dryer (1), 3rd Floor, between My Phone and Cherry Mobile stores (1), 3rd Level, beside restrooms (1), 3rd floor (1), 3rd floor of Pedro Gil Wing, near the Security Office and David’s Salon. (1), 3rd floor, East Wing, near Mothercare (1), 4-Lot (1), 4/F Markati Palazzo (1), 40, Cairo Street, Phase 3, B.F. Homes, Paranaque City, 1700 Metro Manila (1), 44 Eagle St., Sto. Nino Village, Banilad, Cebu City (1), 450 steps (1), 4X4/ATV/SANDBOARDING RENTALS (1), 4th Floor (across Kultura); inside Family Lounge near Cinemas (1), 4th Flr SM Aura. mtorcycle gears and apparel. (1), 4th floor SM City Manila (1), 50 Peso entrance fee (Feb 2007) (1), 50 foot (15.24 meters) Statue of Virgin Mary (1), 55-meter ferris wheel (1), 65 crime case here (1), 66141 (1), 7 - 11 Sauyo Branch (1), 7-11 (4), 72 Victoria Street, Phase 8F, Vista Verde Executive Village, Cainta, Rizal (1), 800 Interior Rivera Compound-1 Pascual St., Baesa, Quezon City (1), 9 hole mini golf course with clubhouse bar serving food and drinks (1), 9 simple cabins, 2 nice rooms in main house - spacious, nice, very good internet, friendly owner (1), 9061 Emilio Aguinaldo Highway, Maitim
2 East, Tagaytay City Proper,
Tagaytay, Philippines (1), |
| Situated at the foot of Valencia rain forest, under renovation|
| Very cold fast flowing spring situated at the middle of the rainforest|
(1), ? (10), A 3 meter width canal beside the residential area in Purok 5, Brgy. Banlic, Calamba City. The canal serves as irrigation to the rice fields located in Brgy. San Isidro, Cabuyao City. (1), A 3 meter width canal beside the residential area in Purok 7, Brgy. San Cristobal, Calamba City. The canal serves as irrigation to the rice fields located in Brgy. San Isidro, Cabuyao City. (1), A Bakery on Concepcion (1), A Business Man's Hotel (1), A Cave which is like inside of the Church, Underground River with Stone Altar. (1), A Chinese school that offers classes until primary level. (1), A Christian church. (1), A Cooperative Store (1), A Laboratory, Computer Services, Observatory (1), A Levi Mantos B. C/B (1), A Public Hospital for Dasmarineños (1), A Public Park for Dasmarineños (1), A Traveler's choice for short time rate accommodation. (1), A bell for early warning system is installed. (1), A budget-oriented/shared-room ("dormitory") accommodation that accepts individual travelers (typically backpackers) or groups for short-term stays, and that provides common areas and communal facilities. (1), A carinderia famous with locals, especially loved by beer drinkers is their spicy fried duck. (1), A economic hotel with pool (1), A fairly average single cave entrance, entry not generally accessible (1), A great place to stay for Bread and Breakfast by group. (1), A hole in a rock that goes to the next beach (1), A house in towerhills subdivision
(1), A meadow at Tuburan (1), A monument to the youth of the city, and the significance of proper care and guidance to inspire the, towards a better future. (1), A multi-purpose venue that can host any community event, subject to the permission of the Parish Priest. Also serves as annex of the Parish Church during emergency evacuation operations. (1), A panciteria that served pancit lang-lang; mentioned in Chapter 25 of Rizal’s El Filibusterismo (1), A park built to commemorate the landing site of the pioneers of the city (1), A park in Abucay. (1), A park owned by Vergon containing a covered court, a tree-covered park and recreational area, as well as the United Zones of Vergonville Multi-Purpose Hall/Homeowner's Association offices. (1), A pedestrian crossing under a flyover. It's supposed to be for pedestrians only, but motorcyclists occasionally make illegal shortcuts here when trying to avoid the traffic lights, thus violating Sec. 52 of RA 4136. (1), A pedestrian crossing under a flyover. It's supposed to be for pedestrians only, but motorcyclists occasionally make shortcuts here when trying to avoid the traffic lights. (3), A place used for relaxation or recreation, attracting visitors for vacations, tourism and/or going swimming in a pool and/or a nearby body of water (1), A place where people come to play video games. Secondarily, students and workers come here to print their paperwork. (1), A pontoon bridge for pedestrians along a rehabilated segment of Estero de San Miguel. Certain sections of the bridge has missing handrails. The bridge structure is made of plastic modules by a manufacturer from Taiwan. (2), A popular restaurant and chill-out lounge with a bar. A great place to eat and a cool one to rest. No. 1 on TripAdvisor and recommended by Lonely Planet. (1), A private rental space for group of students, yuppies and the likes who want to have a conducive environment for work, studies, and meetings. (1), A room and/or semi apartment for rent offering 12-hour minimum rental cater mostly for travelers... (1), A segment of Hermosa-San Jose transmission line which was relocated in early 2003 by National Transmission Corporation because the lahar flows from Mt. Pinatubo buried its NAPOCOR-era lattice towers. (1), A segment of Mexico-Hermosa transmission line that was relocated in early 2003 by National Transmission Corporation because the lahar flows from Mt. Pinatubo buried its NAPOCOR-era lattice towers, with tower 26A was washed out by lahar. (2), A short bridge that goes over Binono-an Creek. (1), A short, squatter housing Vulnerable to flash floods May be sweltering inside (During Tag-init) (1), A small Park for Malacañang Village Residence (1), A small building where there are stalls wherein you can buy goods and food supplies. (1), A small guitar shop lead by Ronie, a passionate man who believes in making good quality guitars without the expensive price tag. (1), A small place for console gamers in Tuburan (1), A small public park for the small barangay of balabago. (1), A store that sells office supplies, School Supplies, (1), A tiny shrine dedicated to Sto. Cristo de Longos incorporated to the walls of Huylian Bldg. along Tomas Pinpin Street. Chinese incense sticks can be found in the shrine together with a gold-colored cross decorated with sampaguita flowers. (1), A very old Acacia Tree (1), A very popular narrow residential street that dead ends at Daka 2 Apartments. Two-way traffic is permitted one vehicle at at time, there are workers at either end to manage traffic in and out. (2), A village in Filipino (1), A water is flowing out in the inner wall of the cave (1), A well-preserved, century old, National historical landmark house in the heart of Quiapo (1), A. Arvin Catanico B. C/B C. C/B D. Arnold Sanchez (1), A. Cris Fernandez B. Reymond Casi (1), A. Domingo Dacer B. Christian Mataverde C. Jenielyn Frenila (1), A. Louie Longcod B. Jayson Nauau C. Freddie Enero D. Glen nauau (1), A. Rolando Ceonzala B. Roy Romero C. Joy Delara D. Alijandro Espinosa (1), A.Gerry Casiendo B.Jimmye Seruana (1), A.Marlon Alfarez B.VHU C.NOU (1), A.Richard Sta Cruz b. Jovie Mortiuino (1), AICS (1), ANSTEC Electronics International Inc. (1), ANSTEC Electronics International, Shop, Import/Export, Electronics Parts Components Modules Devices (1), ATV route (1), AUB Pasig-Caniogan Bike Rack (1), Aalso known as Santa Cruz Station (1), Abandoned 115 kV-34.5 kV/13.2 kV substation. Loads formerly connected now served by Ayala Alabang (some loads shifted to Filinvest City GIS from 2014), Gardner, and San Pedro substations. (1), Abandoned 230 kV transmission line. Replaced by 230 kV line from Biñan to Calamba, with segments placed along Governor's Drive and SLEX (3), Abandoned Building (1), Abandoned and for lease (1), Abra app teller, buy/sell crypto for Pesos (1), Acacia Tree (4), Acacia tree (2), Accenture, UST-Global & Wells Fargo currently hold office at One Campus Place.This is McKinley Hill CyberPark’s first ever low-rise, low-density, campus-type development. It is a BPO complex composed of two 6-storey towers that offer 10,892 sq m. (1), Access Road (4), Access Road To Windmills (1), Access to BF ACRHA (1), Access to Mindanao Saga Flying Club and SECDEA Aviation. Will pass through Don Paco Rocamora Golf and Country Club. (1), Access to VOB (1), Accessible All-Gender Restroom for Persons with Special Needs (1), Accident Prone Area (1), Accommodation (1), According to driver last Jeepney at 20:30pm (1), Acer, HP, Brother, Lenovo, Apple, Sony, Toshiba, Brother, Epson Service Center (1), Across Ford Minglanilla, Plaza Margarita (1), Actually not a natural beach but a rowdy resort village (1), Ad for SWM (2), Added road #MTAM (1), Administration Building of Department of Agriculture Regional Field Office VI. Cashiering, Accounting, General Services, Personnel Sections; Marketing and Planning Divisions are in this building. (1), Aesthetic Skin and Body Clinic (1), Aeta Mag-antsi village (1), After PNP's violent dispersal of a strike on Nov 16, 2004, 7 were killed, est. 121 people, adults and children, were injured, and 133 were arrested and detained [Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hacienda_Luisita#November_2004_Massacre] (1), Agricultural Machinery Company (1), Agricultural produce market/trading post (1), Aircondition Poultry House (7), Airport Access Road (10), Airstrip
(1), Akitsushima wreck - Navy seaplane tender - 118m (22 to 36m) (1), Alaminos Branch (1), Albay, Bicol (1), Alignment of Cuenca tap line from Natunuan to BATELEC-II Cuenca until realignment to roadside right of way in about 2013 through BATELEC-II (1), All round panoramic view of Boracay island, P50 entry fee (Feb 2007) (1), All you can eat restaurant (1), Along the highway and easy to access (1), Along the street (1), Also houses Barangay San Isidro Health Center (1), Also houses the office of the Municipal Local Government Operations Officer (MLGOO). (1), Also known as Information Technology and Computer Center (ITCC) (1), Also known as Muffin Peak. (1), Also known city end as Marcos St (3), Also serves as BDRRMC emergency operations center. (5), Also serves as BDRRMC emergency operations center. However, the area is vulnerable to flooding events caused by surface runoff from the nearby hills & overflow from nearby floodplains. (1), Also serves as BDRRMC emergency operations center. However, the entire village is vulnerable to tsunami & storm surge. (1), Also serves as BDRRMC emergency operations center. However, this area is vulnerable to flooding events, as experienced during Typhoon Glenda in July 2014. (1), Also serves as an Evacuation Center for Canramos (1), Also serves as barangay emergency evacuation center. (1), Also serves as emergency evacuation center but is located in high-risk area for tsunami & storm surge. (1), Also serves as emergency evacuation center. (6), Also serves as emergency operation center of its BDRRMC. (1), Also serves as emergency operation center of its BDRRMC. However, it is located in a high-risk area for tsunami & storm surge. (2), Also serves as emergency operation center of its BDRRMC. However, it is located in an area very vulnerable to tsunami & storm surge. (1), Also serves as emergency operations center of the Barangay Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Committee (BDRRMC). (5), Also used as church on Sundays and for other events like parties and garage sales (1), Also used for Evacuation center (1), Alternative Route To Hi-Way (2), Alternative Route for Cabanlutan (1), Aluminum Warehouse and Secondary Workshop (1), Amadeo 18km; General Trias 8km (1), Amadeo 2km (1), Amihan Hotel (1), An Accredited Institution of Joint Commission International (1), An ICT company engaged in systems development, surveillance and solar products. (1), An LPG Refilling Station & Trucking Service Compound (1), An abandoned 69kV power line from Guagua Substation. (1), An affordable resort. It's a bit far from Ligao City but it is renowned and easily accessible. (1), An affordable swimming pool rental (1), An entrance to the underground car park at Centrio Mall (3), An entrance to the underground car park at Gaisano City Mall (1), An irrigation canal beside Bel-Flor Subdivision, Brgy. San Cristobal, Calamba City. (1), An irrigation canal located at the boundary of Brgy. Banlic, Calamba City and Brgy. San Cristobal, Calamba City. (1), An old park in Abucay (1), An open court and park reserved for homeowners. (1), An orphanage and social center located in Sta. Mesa Manila (1), Anahaw/Commerce ave(MLP) (1), Ancestral House (1), Ancestral House of the Heirs of Moises Migriño and Patricia Kibir-Migriño (1), Ancestral home of the Macapagals (1), Ancestral house (1), Ancillary farm building
(1), Ancor Development Corp. Project (1), Andres Bonifacio "Kataastaasan Kagalang Kalangan" starue (1), Andres Palmero Sr. and Heir LOT (1), Ang Dating Daan - Religious TV Program on its 36th year. World Wide Scale Propagation of the Word of God Using mainly the Bible as The basis of Truth. (1), Ang imbitasyon sa kasal ay isang maliit ngunit mahalagang detalye ng kasalang Pilipino. Sa pamamagitan ng wedding invitations, naipadarama ng mga ikakasal ang kanilang masidhing pag-nanais na makasama ang kanilang imbitado sa kanilang pagharap sa altar. (1), Animal Bite Center (1), Animals (1), Annex Building of the New Tagum City Hall (1), Anti-submarine boat - 30m (4m to 20m) (1), Apartment (3), Apartment at Claytown, Daro, Dumaguete City (1), Apartment building 2 floor (1), Apartments for rent (1), Apartments, Condominium style. Short Term Rentals, Airbnb, daily, weekly, monthly, yearly Contact Louie Lara 0908-488-1272 (1), Apitong House #102/(MLP) (1), Apolong to Japanese Shrine (3), Appears to be a structure with no roof (1), Aquarius Street Closed Gate (1), Aquatic Farm (1), Aqueque Small Scale Mining Site (1), Arcenio Calanog (1), Area (sqm): 140 (1), Area (sqm): 40 Date Certified: 03/15/16 (1), Area (sqm): 53.9 Date Certified: 03/01/16 (1), Area (sqm): 60 Date Certified: 09/20/13 (1), Area (sqm): 64.08 Date Certified: 06/09/15 (1), Area (sqm): 70 (1), Area (sqm): 70 Date Certified: 09/20/13 (1), Area (sqm): 70 Date Certified: 10/10/13 (1), Area (sqm): NA Date Certified: 09/20/13 (1), Area 3 SAMELCO I Sub-Station (1), Area A. B, C (1), Area I & 3 Samelco I Power Sub-Station (1), Area is considered to be part of the larger residential area. This informal settlement is easily lost amongst the industrial buildings it is surrounded by. (1), Arrivals point for jeepneys, P2P, provincial buses, and company shuttles. Airport-grade security check may apply upon arrival. (1), As advised by a local, Western Pangasinan Lyceum Bani Campus has been closed ( noted at March 2018) (1), As of Dec 2010: Missing on phototag - verify; As of March 2019: Verify the position (1), Assessment of Land with or without DEvelopments (Agricultural, Commercial and REsidential Buildings) in every Provincial City and Municipality inside and along boundaries.) (1), Assisted Training Site
Paraiso Del Valour (1), At Chiringuito, a small bar and restaurant strategically located on our private beach overlooking the sunset, we propose: breakfasts, lunches, snacks, drinks, Italian coffee, natural fruit juices, cocktails, fish catch of the day, pasta, vegetarian dishes (1), At the departure/waiting area, there is a Child-Nurturing Area (Breastfeeding, Diaper-changing Station and Kid's Playroom) (1), Aurora Blvd. - Anonas Branch (1), Authorized Seller of Two-Way Radio.
Licensed by NTC
(1), Authorized by Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (1), Auto Care Shop (1), Auto Paint Shop (1), Automated water level sensor was installed by DOST on June 2013. Manual water level markers that serve as flood early warning system were installed by the MDRRMO on November 2014. (1), Available on Paru-Paro Festival where Downtown Dasma is closed to Buses (1), Ayala Malls Feliz Bike Rack (1), Ayala Malls The 30th Bike Rack (1), Ayala Malls The 30th Indoor Bike Rack (1), B2 L5 Camia St. South Green Park Village, everina Km. 18 Paranaque (1), BALUT DIESEL POWER PLANT (1), BGC (1), BHS Stage (1), BIRTHING CLINIC (1), BOSS = Brodeth One Stop Shop (1), BPI customer/s parking (1), BPO above Centrio Mall (1), BRIDGE TO MINALIN (1), BU College of Arts and Letters, BU Graduate School, BU Jesse M. Robredo Institute of Governance and Development (1), Bacolod Capitol Lagoon (1), Bacolod-Silay Airport Apron (1), Bad imagery. (1), Baey Bogan - The Orange House (1), Bagolibas-Paranas Line (1), Bahain banda dito. (1), Bahain banda dito. Laging baha (1), Bahain dito. (2), Bakery Supply Store (1), Bakery with Sari-sari Store (1), Bakeshop and Snackhouse (1), Bakwat River Water Source (1), Balot, Maalat (1), Banawe rice terraces (1), Bangkal Chapter (1), Bangus farming (1), Bangwalong Retail Stalls (1), Baranagay Road (2), Barangay (5), Barangay 3 is a barangay of Malaybalay City in the Poblacion District. It is bounded to the north by Sumpong, to the east by Barangay 2, to the south by Barangay 4, and to the west by Barangay 10. (1), Barangay Alasas Road (1), Barangay Buhangin (1), Barangay Cauayan Dumpsite (Closed) (1), Barangay Hall & Barangay Health Office (1), Barangay Hall / Multifunction Hall / Barangay Office (1), Barangay Hall 4 (1), Barangay Hall cum Evacuation Center, Day Care Center and Multi- purpose pavement court (1), Barangay Hall ng Calumpang (1), Barangay Hall;Health Center;Day Care Center (1), Barangay Kibalabag is a regular barrio of Malaybalay City, Bukidnon. According to a 2015 census the village has a population of 1,158 people. (1), Barangay Managed MRF (1), Barangay Palawan (1), Barangay Punta dirt road (1), Barangay Putatan Health Center (1), Barangay Rd (2), Barangay Road (4), Barangay Road to Purok Guadalope (1), Barangay Roads (1), Barangay Sayon Water System Elevated Tanks (1), Barangay Sohoton Basketball Court (1), Barangay Sta Cruz Basketball Court (1), Barangay Tabug Multipurpose Plaza (1), Barangay chapel (1), Barangay hall of Labon (1), Barangay in Calabanga, Camarines Sur (1), Barangay name change from Angyap to Deit (1), Barangay road MCWD Pumping station (1), Barbershop (1), Barbershop in Anonas Extension (1), Bargain Store (1), Barrier (1), Barrier (4), Barrier to ticketed area. Need to go back and down (1), Barrier? (1), Basak Elementary School Site (1), Baseline Prestige is the 3rd tower within the Baseline Center multi-tower complex with 351 units mixed-use residential condominium. (1), Basic room (1), Basic setup (1), Basket Ball Court
Gymnasium, Evacuation Area, Clinic and Barangay Hall (1), Basket Mini Park (1), Basketball Court (2), Basketball Court (Half) (1), Basketball court (2), Basketball court for NGCP employees (1), Batanes street alley, Pedestrian / Bicycle concrete path , Barangay Pitogo, Makati 1213 NCR Philippines (1), Batasan Island, Tubigon, Bohol (1), Batchoy (1), Batulong is an educational charity. The building is usd for lunch meals for the beneficiaries and includes the Batulong office. (1), Baywalk Park (1), Beach resort (1), Beach resort with Kubos & Karaoke (1), Beach resort with rooms and restaurant (1), Bearing (1), Beauty Salon (1), Became mini park since 2014 (1), Becques Community School (1), Becques Plaza and Basketball Court (1), Bel-Air 2 Basketball Court (1), Bel-Air 2 Park (1), Bernwood Subd. (1), Beside Surallah-Lake Sebu-Maitum Road (1), Best in Town (1), Best sta ana townhomes (1), Bf Town Homes Abuno Pajac lapu-Lapu City (1), Bgy.Lumbangan Multipurpose Hall (1), Bible Believing Independent Baptist congregation
Who focuses on three main things.
1. Evangelising of the Lost
2. Edification of the Saints
3. Glorifying the Savior
Dispensationalist, Pre-Tribulation & Pre-Millenial, King James Bible
(1), Bibliothèque - Library + Equipement de purification de l'eau pour fournir de l'eau potable dans le village. Les villageois peuvent s'y fournir avec des bidons. (1), Bicol's Best Toasted Siopao (1), Bicycle parking area near Centrio Mall's Corrales Avenue entrance. (1), Bicycle parking area near Centrio Mall's Vicente Roa entrance. (1), Bilyaran (1), Biology and Chemistry (1), Bito-on open space private lot
Earthquake Evacuation (1), Blk3 lot2 mining st #23 (1), Block 58 (1), Blue Star (Ceres), UV (Aircon vans) transport around Bohol (1), Blue building or storage
(1), Blurred image makes boundary hard to define
(1), Boarding house (1), Boat for Pedestrian Only (1), Boat to Maya every 30 min from 6:00 to 16:00 (1), Boats to Linapacan & Coron. On lland road access point and transfer services (vans) to El Nido and further (Puerto Princessa) (1), Bodega (1), Bonifacio Global City (1), Books and school supplies store (1), Bor: 07/04/1935 Died:12/14/2005 (1), Bor:03/20/1920, Died:02/04/1988 (1), Bor:12/30/1926, Died:11/19/2002 (1), Born , Died (5), Born Again Christian Church (1), Born Again Church of Nangalisan (1), Born, Died: 03/22/1985 (1), Born, Died (16), Born, Died:01/09/1989 (1), Born, Died:02/08/1973 (1), Born, Died:04/10/1965 (2), Born, Died:04/12/1973 (1), Born, Died:04/24/1981 (1), Born, Died:05/05/1986 (1), Born, Died:05/18/2008 (1), Born, Died:06/05/1981 (1), Born, Died:06/27/1958 (1), Born, Died:07/12/1974 (1), Born, Died:07/18/1985 (1), Born, Died:07/25/1998 (1), Born, Died:08/18/1990 (1), Born, Died:08/23/1971 (1), Born, Died:09/05/1989 (1), Born, Died:09/12/1948 (1), Born, Died:10/23/1997 (1), Born06/24/1933, Died (1), Born07/09/1926, Died:10/04/1997 (1), Born07/29/1997, Died:11/03/1997 (1), Born08/08/1938, Died:06/25/2017 (1), Born08/09/1941, Died:01/14/2017 (1), Born: Died: 02/18/2003 (1), Born: Died: 04/24/1996 (1), Born: Died: 11/02/1994 (1), Born: , Died: (1), Born: 02/28/1950 Died: 06/30/1970 (1), Born: 05/11/1979 Died:06/02/2010 (1), Born: 05/24/1951 Died:02/23/1988 (1), Born: 07/05/1950, Died: 01/25/1950 (1), Born: 07/18/1932 Died:10/01/1999 (1), Born: 07/31/1929 Died: 02/21/2004 (1), Born: 08/10/1971, Died: 05/21/2016 (1), Born: 09/20/1956 Died: 05/19/2007 (1), Born: 10/20/1923, Died:04/13/2003 (1), Born: 11/12/1930, Died: 06/14/2007 (1), Born: 11/14/1931, Died: 03/27/2017 (1), Born: 11/19/1911 Died: 09/17/1972 (1), Born: 11/23/1952 Died: 05/09/2014 (3), Born: 111/11/1919 Died: 05/23/2005 (1), Born: 12/08/1922 Died:05/12/2014 (1), Born:01//09/1958, Died:09/20/1990 (1), Born:01/01/1948, Died:08/14/2014 (1), Born:01/01/2000, Died:07/13/1953 (1), Born:01/02/1917, Died:09/03/2008 (1), Born:01/02/1927, Died:05/28/1994 (1), Born:01/02/1936, Died:03/10/1999 (1), Born:01/02/1963, 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Born:08/16/1920, Died:09/20/1980 (1), Born:08/16/1950, Died:12/24/2009 (1), Born:08/16/1978, Died:10/04/1986 (1), Born:08/17/1912, Died:01/12/2007 (1), Born:08/17/1917, Died:11/04/2007 (1), Born:08/18/1957, Died:12/21/1982 (1), Born:08/18/1982, Died:07/29/1990 (1), Born:08/19/1925, Died:05/20/2008 (1), Born:08/1933, Died:02/04/2004 (1), Born:08/20/1921, Died:12/02/1984 (1), Born:08/23/1953, Died:09/17/2016 (1), Born:08/24/1916, Died:10/03/1999 (1), Born:08/25/1933, Died:04/10/1982 (1), Born:08/26/1917, Died:11/16/1995 (1), Born:08/26/1926, Died:04/23/2014 (1), Born:08/26/1926, Died:07/20/2011 (1), Born:08/27/1994, Died:02/19/2007 (1), Born:08/28/1995, Died:11/08/2010 (1), Born:08/29/1981, Died:11/28/1981 (1), Born:08/30/1890, Died:12/11/1983 (1), Born:08/31/1931, Died:06/11/2005 (1), Born:08/31/1932, Died:12/02/2000 (1), Born:08/31/1970, Died:02/25/1977 (1), Born:09/03/1903, Died:11/29/2000 (1), Born:09/03/1918, Died:03/07/1989 (1), Born:09/03/1923, Died:10/08/2016 (1), Born:09/03/1925, Died:11/21/1995 (1), Born:09/03/1988, Died:09/04/1988 (1), Born:09/04/1930, Died:03/13/2010 (1), Born:09/04/1936, Died:09/28/2017 (1), Born:09/04/1950, Died:02/09/1977 (1), Born:09/05/1933, Died:02/13/2018 (1), Born:09/06/1919, Died:05/11/2011 (1), Born:09/06/1987, Died:09/06/1987 (1), Born:09/07/1922, Died:09/02/2008 (1), Born:09/07/1927, Died:10/30/1992 (1), Born:09/07/1938, Died:12/20/1975 (1), Born:09/08/1926 , Died:06/29/2015 (2), Born:09/09/1941, Died:11/05/2012 (1), Born:09/10/1915, Died:06/13/1985 (1), Born:09/10/1917, Died:02/10/2001 (1), Born:09/12/1969 Died: 02/16/1993 (1), Born:09/13/1913, Died:11/19/1984 (1), Born:09/13/1932, Died:01/03/2014 (1), Born:09/13/1932, Died:11/29/2001 (1), Born:09/15/1914, Died:08/02/2009 (1), Born:09/15/1915 Died: 07/06/2016 (1), Born:09/15/1932, Died:09/22/1994 (1), Born:09/15/1938, Died:07/19/2003 (1), Born:09/17/1916, Died:06/03/1998 (1), Born:09/17/1928, Died:11/03/1984 (1), Born:09/17/1929, Died:03/12/2006 (1), 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Born:10/14/1949, Died:04/11/1990 (1), Born:10/14/1954, Died:09/19/1996 (1), Born:10/16/1956, Died:08/09/1984 (1), Born:10/16/2006, Died:10/16/2006 (1), Born:10/17/1911, Died:03/26/1971 (1), Born:10/17/1914, Died:05/26/1974 (1), Born:10/17/1915, Died:11/28/1993 (1), Born:10/17/1927 Died: 12/03/2016 (1), Born:10/17/1940, Died:01/22/2015 (1), Born:10/18/1940, Died:09/29/1998 (1), Born:10/18/1983, Died:03/09/2006 (1), Born:10/19/1942, Died:07/29/2013 (1), Born:10/19/1953, Died:08/06/2013 (1), Born:10/20/1980, Died:01/2017 (1), Born:10/21/1925, Died:06/24/1988 (1), Born:10/22/1936, Died:11/08/2015 (1), Born:10/22/1942, Died:07/03/2014 (1), Born:10/22/1952, Died:03/05/2013 (1), Born:10/23/1943, Died:07/15/1989 (1), Born:10/23/1961, Died:03/07/2005 (1), Born:10/23/1972, Died:01/15/2002 (1), Born:10/24/1919, Died:04/01/1992 (1), Born:10/24/1924, Died:01/21/1994 (1), Born:10/24/1932, Died:06/04/1998 (1), Born:10/24/1933, Died:12/21/2012 (1), Born:10/24/1942, Died:09/01/2011 (1), Born:10/25/1923, Died:04/28/1988 (1), Born:10/25/1923, Died:08/16/2013 (1), Born:10/25/1932, Died:02/20/1994 (1), Born:10/26/1914, Died:12/25/1985 (1), Born:10/26/1927, Died:01/17/2007 (1), Born:10/27/1924, Died:05/09/2010 (1), Born:10/27/1932, Died:06/02/2012 (1), Born:10/27/1949, Died:09/09/2013 (1), Born:10/28/1917, Died:08/24/2008 (1), Born:10/28/1922, Died:03/09/1971 (1), Born:10/28/1927, Died:01/09/2015 (1), Born:10/28/1954, Died:02/15/1992 (1), Born:10/29/1914, Died:02/10/1982 (1), Born:10/29/1970, Died:01/05/1985 (1), Born:10/30/1925, Died:12/01/2000 (1), Born:10/30/1946, Died:03/04/2014 (1), Born:10/31/1909, Died:06/21/1984 (1), Born:10/31/1940, Died:02/02/2002 (1), Born:10/31/2013, Died:01/14/1984 (1), Born:11/01/1829, Died:04/1/1987 (1), Born:11/03/1948, Died:07/21/2012 (1), Born:11/05/1882, Died:02/10/1987 (1), Born:11/05/1986, Died:04/29/2004 (1), Born:11/06/1936, Died:11/1/2014 (1), Born:11/06/1955, Died:10/08/1983 (1), Born:11/07/1926, Died:10/15/2003 (1), 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Born:11/25/1948, Died:06/13/2002 (1), Born:11/26/1939, Died:11/06/2012 (1), Born:11/27/1932, Died:03/17/2003 (1), Born:11/27/1932, Died:07/15/2016 (1), Born:11/27/1935, Died:07/27/2010 (1), Born:11/27/1963, Died:02/10/2007 (1), Born:11/29/1932, Died:01/15/1989 (1), Born:11/30/1952, Died:12/19/2002 (1), Born:11/30/1969, Died:05/21/2014 (1), Born:12/02/1920, Died:3 (1), Born:12/02/1934, Died:12/27/1999 (1), Born:12/03/1899, Died:03/10/1990 (1), Born:12/04/1949, Died:05/28/2007 (1), Born:12/04/1953, Died:01/10/1990 (1), Born:12/04/1955, Died:11/28/1994 (1), Born:12/05/1919, Died:05/30/2014 (1), Born:12/05/1928 Died: 06/11/1991 (1), Born:12/07/1910, Died:07/18/1991 (1), Born:12/08/1904, Died:04/19/1991 (1), Born:12/08/1905, Died:06/13/1997 (1), Born:12/08/1931, Died:09/22/2001 (1), Born:12/08/1946, Died:04/20/2000 (1), Born:12/08/1946, Died:10/03/1994 (1), Born:12/09/1975, Died:04/30/2016 (1), Born:12/09/1975, Died:12/02/2002 (1), Born:12/1/1936, Died:01/30/1996 (1), Born:12/10/1901, Died:07/22/1982 (1), Born:12/10/1935, Died:03/11/1992 (1), Born:12/10/1947, Died:03/28/2019 (1), Born:12/11/1919, Died:09/06/2001 (1), Born:12/12/1925 Died: 08/25/1995 (1), Born:12/12/1927, Died:11/15/2014 (1), Born:12/12/1957, Died:06/10/2003 (1), Born:12/13/1916, Died:09/26/1990 (1), Born:12/14/1930, Died:08/15/2005 (1), Born:12/16/1929, Died:09/12/2005 (1), Born:12/17/1913, Died:07/04/1989 (1), Born:12/17/2004, Died:12/17/2004 (1), Born:12/20/1933, Died:11/12/1992 (1), Born:12/20/1982, Died:05/10/2005 (1), Born:12/21/1921, Died:07/25/2000 (1), Born:12/21/1954, Died:04/17/2015 (1), Born:12/22/1937, Died:01/02/2019 (1), Born:12/23/1940, Died:05/22/2009 (1), Born:12/23/1951, Died:07/16/2010 (1), Born:12/24/1916, Died:10/23/1994 (1), Born:12/24/1920, Died:09/02/2010 (1), Born:12/24/1996, Died:12/24/1996 (1), Born:12/25/1916, Died:08/10/1995 (1), Born:12/25/1926, Died:02/04/2015 (1), Born:12/25/1935, Died:09/08/1994 (1), Born:12/25/1942, Died:03/09/2012 (1), Born:12/25/1986, Died:08/26/2002 (1), Born:12/26/1888, Died:02/03/1984 (1), Born:12/26/1923, Died:03/24/2012 (1), Born:12/26/1962, Died:07/31/1982 (1), Born:12/27/1936, Died:07/19/1985 (1), Born:12/28/1934, Died:10/30/2015 (1), Born:12/28/1982, Died:02/13/2005 (1), Born:12/28/1984, Died:12/5/2014 (1), Born:12/31/1937, Died:03/06/2006 (1), Born:1879, Died:11/24/1948 (1), Born:1884, Died:05/12/1987 (1), Born:1888, Died:11/12/1959 (1), Born:1891, Died:11/13/1957 (1), Born:1898, Died:11/04/1992 (1), Born:1904, Died:11/01/1994 (1), Born:1906, Died:10/24/1988 (1), Born:1915, Died:08/10/1987 (1), Born:1929, Died:2002 (1), Born:1930, Died:11/04/1960 (1), Born:1950, Died:12/04/1990 (1), Born:1954, Died:06/22/1994 (1), Born:1954, Died:1989 (1), Born:N/A, Died:01/1986
(1), Born:N/A, Died:01/20/1960 (1), Born:N/A, Died:01/24/1970 (1), Born:N/A, Died:02/06/1970 (1), Born:N/A, Died:02/08/1988 (1), Born:N/A, Died:02/08/2014 (1), Born:N/A, Died:02/13/1902 (1), Born:N/A, Died:02/19/1995 (1), Born:N/A, Died:02/1987 (1), Born:N/A, Died:02/28/1945 (1), Born:N/A, Died:03/01/1966 (1), Born:N/A, Died:03/17/2002 (1), Born:N/A, Died:03/18/1998 (1), Born:N/A, Died:03/31/1940 (1), Born:N/A, Died:04/01/1988 (1), Born:N/A, Died:04/16/1983 (1), Born:N/A, Died:04/26/1987 (1), Born:N/A, Died:05/04/1989 (1), Born:N/A, Died:05/05/1990
(1), Born:N/A, Died:05/08/1988 (1), Born:N/A, Died:06/01/1991 (1), Born:N/A, Died:06/03/1956 (1), Born:N/A, Died:06/04/1988 (1), Born:N/A, Died:06/10/1982 (1), Born:N/A, Died:07/04/1976 (1), Born:N/A, Died:07/05/1988 (1), Born:N/A, Died:07/18/1946 (1), Born:N/A, Died:08/05/1967 (1), Born:N/A, Died:08/08/1982 (1), Born:N/A, Died:08/15/1985 (1), Born:N/A, Died:08/22/2000 (1), Born:N/A, Died:08/28/1983 (1), Born:N/A, Died:09/16/1991 (1), Born:N/A, Died:09/27/1974 (1), Born:N/A, Died:10/01/1999 (1), Born:N/A, Died:10/15/1997 (1), Born:N/A, Died:10/29/1982 (1), Born:N/A, Died:10/31/2012 (2), Born:N/A, Died:11/11/1994 (1), Born:N/A, Died:12/12/1944 (1), Born:N/A, Died:12/23/1995 (1), Born:N/A, Died:N/A (16), Born:N/A:, Died:N/A (1), Bottled gas for sale (1), Bottles only (1), Boundary marker of Barangay Santa Clara (1), Boundary of Consolacion and Lilo-an (1), Boy's gate (1), Breast Feeding Lounge inside Caticlan Airport. contributor: nikki badelles (1), Breast Feeding Station, contributor: Charm Banico Ang (1), Breastfeeding Room. contributor: karen (1), Breastfeeding Station is located in the 2nd floor, near the chapel (1), Breastfeeding Station locatd at the ground floor of the Legislative Building (1), Breastfeeding Station located at the second floor near the restroom (1), Breastfeeding Station near Gate 119 of NAIA terminal 3. contributor: Lei Camiling-Alfonso (1), Breastfeeding Station/Toddler's Nook inside Bacolod-Silay Airport. contributor: mec camitan arevalo (1), Brgy Office Tourism to register for hiking Mount Danao (1), Brgy Sta Maria (1), Brgy Utod Multi Purpose Hall (1), Brgy. Bandila toboso negros occidental (1), Brgy. Bito-on Zone 3 (1), Brgy. Central complex (1), Brgy.11 Multipurpose Hall (1), Brgy.Putat Multipurpose Hall (1), Bridge was damaged by different flooding incidents along the Palapag River. Water level markers that serve as flood early warning system were installed by the MDRRMO on the remaining concrete king posts on November 2014. (1), Bring Motor Vehicle Registration Document and Owners ID Card, Owners Authorization Letter (1), British-style Bar & Hotel (1), Broadcast Radio stations:
DZWM 864 kHz Work of Mary
DWTJ 99.3 MHz Spirit FM (1), Broadcasting facility operated by Philippine Broadcasting Service (1), Broadcasting facility operated by Voice of America (1), Budget Deal Moto Accessories (closed) (1), Building (47), Building
(1), Building A (1), Building containing Beneco Electric Company and the National Inquirer News Paper (1), Building, created from metal, with "XEROX" painting (1), Builidng (2), Built in the 1850s, this former residence of Juan Gorordo offers guided tours, a cafe & a gift shop. (1), Built with wood or steel (1), Bulalo special (1), Bulalo special. acedragon (1), Bulusan Water Source (1), Bunducan Multi Purpose Building (1), Bungalow House (Blue Roof) (1), Bureau of Internal Revenue, Revenue District Office No. 89, Ormoc City (1), Burger King Ortigas East Bike Rack (1), Burol/Mangubat Avenue (1), Bus terminal with convenience stores and eatery. (1), Bus to Ormoc (1), Butuan City New Villages II - City Subdivisions (1), Butucan MultiPurpose Building (1), Butucan Post Station (1), Buy 1 Take 1 Lechon Manok (1), CAR DEALERSHIP AND SERVICE CENTER (1), CAS houses the departments of English, Behavioral Sciences, Social Studies, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Physics. (1), CDA Registration 9520-1015000000043892;OTC Accreditation 2019-033 (1), CEL0#04-04-00720 (1), CELO # 04-05-00044 Area (sqm): 80 (1), CELO # 04-05-00045 Area (sqm): 30 (2), CELO # 04-05-00047 Area (sqm): 40 (1), CELO # 04-05-00056 Area (sqm): 25 (1), CELO # 04-05-00132 Area (sqm): 40 (7), CELO # 04-07-00001 Area (sqm): 40 Date Certified: 09/05/13 (1), CELO # 04-07-00003 Area (sqm): 62.48 Date Certified: 05/27/15 (1), CELO # 04-07-00004 Area (sqm): 65 Date Certified: 09/06/13 (1), CELO # 04-07-00011 Area (sqm): 70 Date Certified: 09/06/13 (1), CELO # 04-07-00021 Area (sqm): 60 (1), CELO # 04-07-00026 Area (sqm): 35 Date Certified: 09/20/13 (1), CELO # 04-07-00030 Area (sqm): 70 Date Certified: 09/20/13 (1), CELO # 04-07-00033 Area (sqm): 61 Date Certified: 09/20/13 (1), CELO # 04-07-00035 Area (sqm): 40 Date Certified: 09/20/13 (1), CELO # 04-07-00036 Area (sqm): 70 Date Certified: 09/20/13 (1), CELO # 04-07-00037 Area (sqm): 70 Date Certified: 06/20/13 (1), CELO # 04-07-00038 Area (sqm): 50 Date Certified: 09/20/13 (2), CELO # 04-07-00045 Area (sqm): 70 Date Certified: 10/10/14 (1), CELO # 04-07-00053 Area (sqm): 45 Date Certified: 02/24/14 (1), CELO # 04-07-00057 Area (sqm): 130 Date Certified: 10/10/13 (1), CELO # 04-07-00057 Area (sqm): 35 Date Certified: 10/10/13 (1), CELO # 04-07-00059 Area (sqm): 269.8 Date Certified: 02/26/16 (1), CELO # 04-07-00061 Area (sqm): 35 Date Certified: 10/10/13 (1), CELO # 04-07-00062 Area (sqm): 70 Date Certified: 11/14/13 (1), CELO # 04-07-00066 Area (sqm): 50 Date Certified: 01/28/14 (1), CELO # 04-07-00067 Area (sqm): 99 Date Certified: 01/28/14 (1), CELO # 04-07-00071 Area (sqm): 67.45 Date Certified: 08/07/14 (1), CELO # 04-07-00074 Area (sqm): 51 Date Certified: 10/17/14 (1), CELO # 04-07-00075 Area (sqm): 28.6 Date Certified: 09/05/14 (1), CELO # 04-07-00076 Area (sqm): 23.03 Date Certified: 10/22/14 (1), CELO # 04-07-00079 Area (sqm): 116 Date Certified: 01/28/14 (1), CELO # 04-07-00080 Area (sqm): 35 Date Certified: 01/28/14 (1), CELO # 04-07-00081 Area (sqm): 25 Date Certified: 10/27/14 (1), CELO # 04-07-00085 Area (sqm): 110.88 Date Certified: 10/30/14 (1), CELO # 04-07-00100 Area (sqm): 70 Date Certified: 10/22/14 (1), CELO # 04-07-00110 Area (sqm): 213.4 Date Certified: 10/24/14 (1), CELO # 04-07-00111 Area (sqm): 56 Date Certified: 10/22/14 (1), CELO # 04-07-00116 Area (sqm): 63.48 Date Certified: 11/19/14 (1), CELO # 04-07-00121 Area (sqm): 122.76 Date Certified: 02/04/15 (1), CELO # 04-07-00123 Area (sqm): 40.32 Date Certified: 03/25/15 (1), CELO # 04-07-00128 Area (sqm): 40 Date Certified: 04/29/15 (1), CELO # 04-07-00130 Area (sqm): 59.95 Date Certified: 05/27/15 (1), CELO # 04-07-00132 Area (sqm): 61.48 Date Certified: 05/27/15 (1), CELO # 04-07-00135 Area (sqm): 68.6 Date Certified: 07/22/15 (1), CELO # 04-07-00165 Area (sqm): 140 Date Certified: 02/29/16 (1), CELO # 04-07-00167 Area (sqm): 60 Date Certified: 03/14/16 (1), CELO # 04-07-00172 Area (sqm): 140 Date Certified: 03/17/16 (1), CELO # 04-07-00174 Area (sqm): 70 Date Certified: 03/09/16 (1), CELO # 04-07-00178 Area (sqm): 70 Date Certified: 02/25/15 (1), CELO# 04-02-00338 (1), CELO# 04-03-00031 (1), CELO#-04-06-00 (1), CELO#-04-06-00011 (1), CELO#-04-06-00056 (1), CELO#-04-06-00143 (1), CELO#04-01-00 (1), CELO#04-02-00006 (1), CELO#04-03-00045 (1), CELO#04-03-00056 (1), CELO#04-03-00059 (2), CELO#04-03-00073 (1), CELO#04-03-00101 (1), CELO#04-03-00174 (1), CELO#04-03-00259 (1), CELO#04-03-00279 (1), CELO#04-03-00330 (1), CELO#04-03-00334 (1), CELO#04-0300055 (1), CELO#04-0300081 (1), CELO#04-0300084 (1), CELO#04-0300087 (1), CELO#04-0300089 (1), CELO#04-0300094 (1), CELO#04-0300100 (1), CELO#04-0300142 (1), CELO#04-0300179 (1), CELO#04-0300307 (1), CELO#04-0300321 (1), CELO#04-0300341 (1), CELO#04-0300483 (1), CELO#04-04-00007 (1), CELO#04-04-00010 (1), CELO#04-04-00043 (1), CELO#04-04-00099 (1), CELO#04-04-00125 (1), CELO#04-04-00172 (1), CELO#04-04-00397 (1), CELO#04-04-10205 (1), CELO#04-06-00005 (2), CELO#04-06-00222 (1), CELO#04-06-00227 (1), CELO#04-06-00266 (1), CELO#04-06-00273 (2), CELO#04-06-00282 (1), CELO#04-06-00310 (1), CELO#04-06-00349 (1), CENSON Technology Philippines HQ (1), CFH (1), CHURCH CONVENT (1), CINSP RANDY M MENDAROS, MPA City Fire Marshal Tel. No. (032) 272-5088 (1), CJL WEBCARE SOLUTIONS helps search engines and customers find your business easily online. If your business has a strong online presence, interested customers will find it much easier to locate your business using search engines like Google (1), CLC = Community Learning Center (3), CMU's Public Relations and Information Office is in charge of ID printing, university website, campus tours, and other documentation activities in the university. (1), CORDAID 3R Project (2), CORDAID Spring Project (1), CORDAID Wells (1), CORDAID footpathway (1), CRIMSON RESORT & SPA MACTAN is a sprawling 6-hectare resort with 40 luxurious Villas with plunge pools and 250 Suites that combine both comfort and style with its contemporary Asian style. (1), CSSH Student Center (1), CSWDO = City Social Welfare and Development Office (1), Cable TV Provider (1), Cadodong Baranggay Road (3), Cainta Extention Office (1), Cala-Cala was devastated by Severe Tropical Storm Washi (Sendong) in December 2011. (1), Calachuchi /Bouganvillae (MLP) (1), Calayo Multi Purpose Building (1), Calbayog Commercial Zone Transformers (1), Caliraya Culdesac/ (MLP) (1), Call for reservations now, +63 919 258 6017 (1), Cambucad to San Antonio (1), Camella Homes & Communities, part of Vista Land & Lifescapes, Inc. (1), Camella Homes Subdivision (1), Camella, the largest housing development in the country, has the widest geographic reach, spanning in more than 145 cities and municipalities. (1), Camera (1), Campus Map (1), Candungao Peak (1), Car Parts Sales, bearings oil seals, voltage regulators, steering kits (1), Car and motorcycle wash (1), Car park solely for use by residents of Kandi Realty or patrons of 'Kandi Bistro' and 'Kandi Salon by James Cooper'. (1), Car park solely for use by residents of Kandi Realty or patrons. (1), Car, Mmotorcycle repair and vulcanizing shop (1), Cargo ship - 130m (18-30m) (1), Cargo vessel - 100m (14 - 28m) (1), Carissa Northwinds 5B San Jose Del Monte City Bulacan (1), Caritas Health Shield Inc., (1), Cashier, Pres. Office, Registrar and etc. (1), Casisang (Binukid: Baranggay ta Kasisang) is the most populous of the 46 barangays of Malaybalay. (1), Castillo radio tower access road (1), Category: NIPAS Wildlife Sanctuary (1), Catholic church (1), Caticlan-Cagban (1), Cave provides opportunity to jump into water below (1), Cebeco power (1), Cebu City-Manila based freelance photographer now operating at Northern part of Cebu. Experience quality photo service at an affordable price. (1), Cebu Office (1), Cebu: Tu 08:00, Th 12:00, Su 10:00; Surigao: Th, Sa 03:00 (1), Cellphone Loading Station (1), Celo#04-06-00010 (1), Cemetery service road (4), Century Old Accacia Tree (1), Changed positions of its insulators due to the construction of Ciudad de Victoria Interchange. (1), Chapel (5), Chapel at Asilo de Molo (1), Chapel with bell for early warning system. (1), Charter and air taxi servioe (1), Checkpoint for all Motor Vehicles and Pedestrians entering/exiting the Residential Zone within Washington Place; Authorized Vehicles Only; Smoke Belchers and Dilapidated Vehicles are strictly prohibited (1), Checkpoint for all Motor Vehicles and Pedestrians entering/exiting the Washington Place; Smoke Belchers and Dilapidated Vehicles are strictly prohibited (RA 8749) (1), Cheese and Deli (1), Chicharon special (1), Child care center is located under the Barangay Hall (1), Children's Playground and Badminton Court (1), Children’s clothes. (1), Chilling shed (1), Chinese Temple (1), Chrv blk 27 dead end (1), Chrv blk 27 near school dead end (1), Church Open Area (1), Church Service Sundays 9 h (1), Circumferential road inside Veraville Arcadia Townhomes (1), Cirons Residence (1), Citadines Cebu will be part of the new Base Line Center. Slated to open in 2019, the Citadines apartment hotel is designed to offer global travellers a respite in Cebu City, the country’s oldest city and first capital of The Philippines. (1), Citiland Grand Emerald Tower Bike Rack (1), Citistate Bike Rack (1), City Subdivision (2), City of Dasmariñas;Home of the Paru-Paro Festival;Arch of Respect (1), Claiming to support a “sustainable lifestyle”, echostore offers a variety of organic food, cosmetic products and household items. (1), Clark Direction Signboard (1), Clean, presentable, well constructed and decent units ideal for small families. Rent is definitely reasonable. Spacious parking, and hallways are monitored 24/7 by CCTV. Secured place. Conveniently located near schools, churches, malls (1), Clearing in trees (2), Clearing of dense trees. (1), Clearing of trees (4), Cliff jumps and slide to ocean (1), Clinic, Laboratory and Drug Testing Center (1), Closed Gate (2), Cockfighting stadium (1), Cofee, cake, pasta (1), Coffee (to go) booth only. There is a full fastfood Dunkin Donuts store in the Island City Mall, 100 metres South West from here (1), College Of Social Science & Philosophy (1), Columbarium (1), Commercial Stalls Rental (1), Common area for Linear residents (1), Common terrace for all of Langka Village or private Terrace for Family Suite (Azelea & Begonia) (1), Community Broadcast Information System (1), Community Sanitary Facility in Badjao Community (1), Community dive bar formerly known as Boho when it was previously located at Ermin Garcia. Home to anyone looking for a creative and safe space. Regular venue for indie artists and events for community causes. (1), Community organization providing cultural heritage tours and school tours for the public. (1), Community park inside the village of alta tierra (1), Community water supply (1), Compania Central Barangay Hall (1), Complex of 1-level buildings created both from concrete and metal (1), Complex of 1-level buildings with large park (1), Complex of buildings, one 1-level garage and one 2-level house also with garden (1), Compound area with establishments within the area (1), Computer Repair & Services (2), Computer Repair Shop, Seller of Used and New computer parts and packages (1), Computer Service (1), Computer repair (1), Concrete (2), Concrete Building and also serves as Evacuation Center
(1), Concrete Fence (1), Concrete Structure for eliminating small rocks and sand. (1), Concrete building (1), Concrete building with birthing facility (1), Concrete only in disjointed sections, very rough in between (1), Cone, part of San Pablo Volcanic Field (1), Connects Academic Building 1 and Academic Building 2 midway. (1), Conservation Priority Area, Extremely High Urgent;Part of peaks of Central Cordillera 1000 masl and above, Philippine Biodiversity Conservation Protection Priority Area, priority level-Extremely High Urgent. includes indigenous woodlots called "Muyung". (1), Construction Supplies (1), Contact Susan K. Gallangi. (1), Container storage area (1), Control building for Kadampat Substation (1), Control building for NGCP Botolan Substation (230 kV) (1), Convenient and affordable hotel, offers guests a pleasant and relaxing stay in cozy and plush rooms. (1), Convinience Store and Computer Shop (1), Copied from topo map, please add name and correct location, then remove this fixme. (3), Coquia Kidney Center (1), CordAid Demo Farm (3), Cordaid Farm Project (1), Corner Villa Kananga Road and C5 Road (1), Corner location (1), Corporate Office for System, Web and Hosting. (1), Corrected Name based on common name and official map (1), Cosmetic Surgery (1), Could be a school (1), Could be ancillary farm building (1), Could this be a water storage system? (1), Covered Basketball Court (1), Covered Benches to Sit (1), Covered Court/Evacuation Area (1), Covered Market Area (1), Covered by Brgy. Zone 4 (1), Coworking space and study lounge. Hourly, daily and monthly passes. (1), Crater lake (2), Created by Republic Act No. 3655 (1), Created by Telai (1), Created from bricks red building with blue window and door frames (1), Created from concrete blocs building with metal roof (1), Created in 2014, the JCI Legazpi Supermarker in Legazpi Boulevard is a moust stop for tourist for photo opportunities with panoramic view of Mayon Volcano. (1), Cresil's bakeshop (1), Crossing to chocolate hills (1), Cuenca cave extends through to other side of island (1), Cul De Sac (1), Cupcakes, Cakes and Pies for all occasions. Fondant , Chocolate frosting. Best Seller Buko Pie Custard Cake Chocolate Cake ----------- Pickup Only and two days advance order. (1), Currently administered by Taiwan (ROC) (2), Currently administered by Vietnam (1), Currently administered by Vietnam. (1), Currently the tallest building in Sabang and the only building that offers 360 views of the town of Baliwag. (1), Curve area (1), DA-BPI, National Seed Quality Control Services (1), DA-Caraga, Soil Testing Laboratory (1), DA-RFO 02 RESEARCH CENTER (1), DAYANAN offers a wide array of services, including business registration; accounting, payroll, and bookkeeping; visa processing and immigration services; FDA representation; HR consulting; disaster preparedness / response products; and seminars / training (1), DENR-EMB XII Regional Office (1), DES = Du Ek Sam (2), DMC Hardware at Tuburan (1), DNHS = Dolores National High School (1), DOH HIV Treatment Hub (91), DOH HIV Treatment Hub, VAWC (1), DOH HIV Treatment Hub; (Old name: Chong Hua Hospital Mandaue and Cancer Center) (1), DOH HIV Treatment Hub; VAWC (8), DOH Primary HIV Care Facility (44), DOST-PAGASA conducted geographic survey in January 2016 and will install automated water level sensor on this bridge in April or May 2016. (1), DPWH Davao City District Engineering Office is mandated to provide quality, safe, and environment-friendly public infrastructures facilities within 1st and 2nd Legislative Districts of Davao City. (1), DSWD Breastfeeding and Lactation Area is housed at the Child Development and Child Minding Center and is open 8AM-5PM, Monday to Friday for DSWD employees, visitors and clients. (1), DWDD-AM (1), Daka 1 Apartments (1), Daka 2 Apartments (1), Dama denoche/Camella (MLP) (1), Danao Water Park, Boating, Fishing, Swimming, etc. (1), Danger! This is a path around the landslide and is very narrow in places with steep drop off and loose ground. Recommend using detour and avoiding this path due to risk of further landslides. (1), Dasmarinas City Park also known as Kadiwa Park (1), Dasmariñas City 12km; Silang 0km (1), Dasmariñas City 8km; General Mariano Alvarez 1km (3), Dasmariñas City Center (1), Day Care Center (1), Day use river resort with Kubo Kubos & Karaoke for rent (1), Dayap /(MLP) (1), Daycare (1), De Guzman residence (1), Deactivated lighthouse (1), Dead End, no access to Airport (1), Dead end (1), Dean's Office, BU Information and Communication Technology Office (1), Deca Homes Minglanilla Phase 1
Barangay Tungkil Minglanilla Cebu
Block 2 Lot
(1), Decathlon Pasig Bike Rack (1), Decena General Hospital (1), Deciduous forest (1), Deep Well (1), Deep Well (BCWD) Submersible Pumps (1), Deepwell (12), Deepwell Pump (1), Del Monte Phils. Inc. Office (1), Deluna Sari-Sari Store (1), Demobilised residential area for Alsom employees during the construction of Sual power plant (1), Dental supply store (1), Dentist (1), Department of Agriculture (1), Department of Agriculture- Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (DA-BFAR) post (1), Department of Human Settlements and Urban Development and Human Settlements Adjudication Commission (1), Department of Public Works and Highways (1), Department of Social Welfare and Development (1), Departure point for city bus routes headed for Metro Manila or Cavite (2), Departures point for jeepney routes and P2P routes within Metro Manila (1), Departures to Baguio City, Lucena City, Bicol Region, Visayas, and Mindanao (1), Departures to Cavite and Batangas (1), Derelict toilet block (1), Designated Bus Stop for Destination: S&R Imus and Anabu 1-F (2), Designated as emergency evacuation center (Executive Order No. 009, S. 2014) (1), Designated as emergency evacuation center for East & West Seaside Barangays (Executive Order No. 009, S. 2014) (1), Designated as emergency evacuation center for Riverside Barangays (Executive Order No. 009, S. 2014) (1), Designated as emergency evacuation center for Woodland Barangays (Executive Order Nol 009, S. 2014) (1), Destination M. Sapa-Silangan (1), Destination to Laguna and Batangas via UV Express Service (1), Destination: NAIA Terminals 1-4 (1), Destinations: Naic, Ternate via Bacao (1), Detection dog training center (1), Dexter blk 1 stand pipe hydrant (1), Dexter blk 18 atand pipe hydrant (1), Dexter blk 9 stand pipe hydrant (1), Diagnostic Testing Center (1), Dialysis Clinic (1), Didicas crater lake (1), Died:01/09/1998 (1), Died:01/19/1967 (1), Died:01/25/1989 (1), Died:04/02/1957 (1), Died:07/18/2017 (1), Diffrence between Peasants (Saop) and Tenants (Mangurukoy) (1), Digital X-Ray and Laboratory (1), Dilapidated
(1), Dirt Road (1), Discrete table and chairs available for rent (1), Distillery (1), Distribution Line (2), Distributor, Sale and Repair of: NIKON, GARMIN, SPECTRA PHYSICS, LASERTech Speedgun, TruePulse, (1), Disused (old) Generator Shed (1), Disused lighthouse (1), Dive Site (11), Dive Site
(1), Divers ' Den The C Room (1), Division of City Schools (1), Doesn't look like much in front, but goes way back (1), Dog Full Grooming starts @ 450 Pesos for small breeds (1), Dolmar (1), Donated by the Lyceum of the Philippines University - Cavite Central Student Government (LYCESGO) (1), Dormitory (1), Dormitory for Male Residents (3), Double Box Culvert (1), Doña Helen Building (1), Dr. Pablo O. Torre Sr. Memorial Hospital (1), Dragon fruit Plantation (1), Drainage (1), Dressed Itik (1), Drier for rice (1), Drop Tower (1), Drop-in Center (1), Drop-in home for children and women in need of special protection) (1), Drug and Convenience Store (1), Dry/Wet Dock (1), Due to construction of SCTEX, the line of Hermosa-Olongapo Transmission Line that intersects it became higher using 4 new steel pole towers. (1), Dumaguete Jobs is a job portal for local employers and job seekers in Dumaguete City. (1), Dumayas is a sitio of Barangay Maligaya, Malaybalay City. (1), During World War II, St. Augustine Metropolitan Cathedral was bombed, and only this wooden cross, along with the facade, survived the attack. The rest of the cathedral was destroyed. (1), During extreme flood events, Nabatasan overflows and merges with the overflowing Palapag River and other floodwaters from the nearby hills of Brgy. Paysud. (1), ELEVATED 40CU.M. CONCRETE RESERVOIR (MTQCH) (1), EPDC (1), Easily Flooded (2), Eastern Visayas State University - Burauen Campus: Learning Resource Center. The library is located here and the school clinic beside it. (1), Eastern Visayas State University - Ormoc City Campus (2), Eatery (1), Eatery. Cheal local food (1), Eco Park and Restaurant (1), Edited (1), Education (1), Educational Center (2), Effective 22 April 2019, Pasay City-based Bus Terminals will be shut-down. (4), Effective 22 April 2019, Pasay City-based Bus Terminals will be shut-down. It will be permanently stationed at PITX for south. (2), Effective 22 April 2019, Pasay City-based Bus Terminals will be shut-down. It will be stationed at PITX for south and Valenzuela City for north. (1), Effective 22 April 2019, Pasay City-based Bus Terminals will be shut-down. It will be temporarily stationed at Valenzuela City for North pending the North ITX. (1), Egg Store (1), El Pueblo Bike Rack (1), Electric Utility Company (1), Electrical Contractor (1), Elementary School (4), Elementary school (1), Elevated Water Steel Tank (1), Elevated Water Tank, Oquendo District Water Supply (Chlorinated), Elevation near Hill 5 meter below Chlorination Plant (1), Elevation 5 meters below Chlorination, will over flow (1), Embankment Location (1), Emergency Gate (padlocked) (1), Emission Testing Center (1), Empty Area (1), End Unit (3), End of Ipo Dam Water Distribution (1), End unit (1), English Language Center (1), Ensaymadas, cheese rolls and more. (1), Entering guests must register their names and transact payments for entrance and other activities at Kalugong Village's registration area. (1), Entire village was destroyed by flashfloods and rockslides, 2015. (1), Entrance doorway requires S&R Membership Card upon entry, and number of guest allowed per member (1), Entrance fee is 30 PHP + 20 PHP for bike (1), Entrance to Classic Homes (Villaroman entrance) (1), Entrance to Crab Ronda (1), Entrance to Pitong Daan (1), Entrance to Sinagtala (1), Entrance to Uno Village (1), Epic Cafe Bike Rack (1), Equipped with HELIPAD (1), Est. December 2019, a comfortable, modern hostel with a natural theme. The hostel has a large social area: great place to hang out and meet friends to go on local adventures with. (1), Established alongside the Carzen Building (1), Established by the family efforts of Cuevas and the Honrada's long time ago to serve as a recreational area for the youth and adults alike. (1), Established in 1992. (1), Estancia Mall Bike Rack (1), Eurotechnika sells European car parts (1), Evacuation Center (5), Evacuation Center for Flooding (1), Evacuation Center for Sitio Palali (1), Evacuation and Multi-purpose Center (1), Evacuation_Pick up point (1), Evangelista Cor. Raon (1), Events place of your dream wedding celebration, birthday parties, Christmas parties, anniversary celebration, seminars and other indoor activities. (1), Every family deserves a promising start. At Aldea Real, you can start making happy memories as you enjoy a dynamic lifestyle and inspiring views of Mount Makiling every single day. Affordable house-and-lot packages and recreational amenities. (1), Existing Slaughter House (1), Exit Doorway requires receipt to screen for potential overcharging and other issues (1), Exodo Street of Villa San Agustin Subdivision (1), Exporter of all kinds of seashells, rare and common shells (1), Extremely high-risk from flooding & riverbank erosion. (1), Extremely vulnerable to flooding because of its location between Ibaliw River & the main Palapag River. (1), Eye Clinic (1), Ez-Air Curtain supplier in the Philippines (1), FIRE HYRANT Water is supplied by (DWD) Dasmarinas Water Distritct (1), FIRE TRUCK REFILL (1), FISHING GROUND (1), Fabric, Lace, Modiste Supplies, School uniform, Readymade curtains, Rods and Accessories (1), Falls (1), Family Planning Organisation of the Philippines (1), Family Resort, Mini Resort (1), Family hotel, located high next to Alona beach. Specially designed to facilitate the stay for divers. Spacious rooms with air conditioning, hot water, television, ketle and complementary coffee and tea (1), Family living here says it's ok walking through their area to the road but it is private as far as I can tell so you're kinda at their mercy I guess (1), Farm (4), Farm land (1), Farm lot with thousand cacao trees and other fruit bearing trees like durian, marang, avocado, dragon fruit, banana, coconut, rambutan, chico, lansones,etc. Tagaytay is just 10km. away. Our farm is ideal for planting all kinds of fruit crops, vegetables, (1), Farmland (4), Farmland
(1), Farmland nested in forested area (1), Farmland within forested area
(1), Fastcraft from Bohol to Cebu, Dumagete, etc.
Bohol to Cebu available hourly. (1), Favorite stop for many bikers using this highway. (1), Fees : 25PHP, Snorkeling set : 150PHP, Guide for 2 people : 250PHP. They don't let you go inside the water if you don't take a guide ... (1), Female (1), Fence of Iglesia ni Cristo (1), Fernandez' Rice Mill (1), Ferris Wheel (1), Fertilizer store (1), Field (1), Field Center for housing COVID-19 patients that do not require immediate hospital confinement.
Place must be deleted from map after decommissioning of Field Center. (2), Filipino Cuisine Restaurant (1), Fire Hazard Prone Area (1), Fire Hydrant # 25 (1), Fire Hydrant Corner Total Plaridel (1), Fire Hydrant Nangka Purok 1 (1), Fire Hydrant Nangka Purok 2 (1), Fire Hydrant Sta. Lucia Town Square (1), Fire Hydrant V Rama cor Bacayo St. (1), Fire Hydrant across Insular Square (1), Fire Hydrant across PNB (1), Fire Hydrant adjacent to Julie's Bakeshop (1), Fire Hydrant at Persimmon (1), Fire Hydrant at Pitogo Waiting Shed (1), Fire Hydrant beside BPI (1), Fire Hydrant beside CIC (1), Fire Hydrant beside CTU (1), Fire Hydrant beside Cuenco House (1), Fire Hydrant beside Guadalupe Police Station (1), Fire Hydrant beside Metro Ayala (1), Fire Hydrant beside Metrobank CBP (1), Fire Hydrant beside Phil. Red Cross (1), Fire Hydrant beside Philtrust Bank (1), Fire Hydrant beside Robinsons Galleria Cebu (2), Fire Hydrant beside San Nicolas Parish (1), Fire Hydrant beside old White Gold (1), Fire Hydrant corner V Rama (1), Fire Hydrant entrance to Tuscania (1), Fire Hydrant infront PERC Review Center (1), Fire Hydrant infront Shell (1), Fire Hydrant near 1016 (1), Fire Hydrant near Calyx Residences (1), Fire Hydrant near Clear Water Ice Plant (1), Fire Hydrant near Gas Station (1), Fire Hydrant near Globe (2), Fire Hydrant near Nissan Motors (1), Fire Hydrant near Pan De Manila (1), Fire Hydrant near Sacred Heart (1), Fire Hydrant near Skyrise 4 (1), Fire Hydrant near eBloc 1 Tower (1), Fire prone area (1), Fire tree (1), Firing range (1), First Bus Stop for P2P Bus Route within Dasmariñas City (1), First Flag Hoisting in Mindanao (1), First Floor: Cashier Office, Assessment Office, Infirmary Second Floor: Registrar's Office Third Floor: CTI (1), First floor of this building is the canteen area. (1), First in Davao City, located under Agdao Flyover (1), Fish & Meat Section (1), Fish Pond (fish farm) (1), Fish Ponds Peasants and Tenants...Momma! hehehe (1), Fish Sanctuary (1), Fishpond (49), Fishpond (Inactive) (7), Flat, cleared land (1), Floating plastic walkway (1), Flower Plantation (2), Flo’s AquaCare Purified Drinking Water (1), Folk Healer: Aning & Ando Ponce (1), Food (1), Food delicacies (1), Food items, alcoholic beverages, and smoking are strictly forbidden within the park premises (2), Footbridge connecting snb & sab (2), For UP Clark Students, Faculty, and Staff only (1), For demolition due to Manila-Clark Railway construction (1), For non-members of Tricycle Drivers in Malanday Central Terminal. (1), For people who do not like the rush, snail mails baby (1), For verification or confirmation.
(1), Foreigner entrance fee P200 (2018) (1), Forest (1), Forest plantation (1), Forested path, some areas cut through brush (1), Formed above sea level in 1952 (1), Former Army Navy Club, now a boutique hotel with rooftop bar, and a buffet-style restaurant with al fresco seating (1), Former Makban-Biñan 230 kV line segment. Calamba - Biñan segment now located along SLEX and Governor's Drive, with new towers. (4), Former Riprop (1), Former location of Angles Toll Plaza when the expressway was under PNCC. (2), Former location of Calamba Toll Plaza when SLEX was operated and maintained by the Philippine National Construction Corporation or PNCC. (1), Former location of NLEX Angeles Exit when the expressway was maintained and operated by Philippine National Construction Corporation (PNCC). (3), Former municipal hall of San Juan del Monte (1), Former site of Ateneo de Manila (1), Former subtransmission pole replaced by concrete pole (1), Formerly Block 5 (1), Formerly David's Tea House (1), Formerly Training Center (1), Formerly a H-frame wood tower before NGCP replaced it with tubular steel pole tower in 2015. (1), Formerly a government administration building (Heroes Hall) (1), Formerly a quarry (1), Formerly located at NLEX as part of Hermosa-Balintawak Transmission Line before the Plaridel Bypass Road project. (1), Formerly located on Santa Barbara Bridge, Olongapo-Gapan Road, Bacolor, Pampanga before the Lahar Relocation Project of TransCo that was finished on early 2003. (1), Formerly: OTHELLO-MICOMAR Philippines, Inc. (1), Fortified walls of the old Spanish town (5), Fortunil is known as a reservation area for weddings, birthdays, church and badminton court and etc... (1), Forum Robinsons Bike Rack (1), Found under Bing Imagery. (5), Found under Bing Imagery. Possibly connected to adjacent structure as a larger unit. (1), Found under Esri World Imagery Beta. (1), Four Doors Apartment (4), Freemason institution (1), From 950 masl to 1140 masl. Indigenous agroforest management. Mostly "Muyung" or woodlots. (1), From 960 masl to 1100 masl. Indigenous agroforest management. Mostly "Muyung" or woodlots. (1), From Luneta to Guian (1), From old Bimpal source Hapid Irrigation System (2), From the National Historical Institute (1), Frozen goods warehouse (1), Full Court (1), Full service laundry from pickup to delivery (1), Function Hall (1), Future housing development, units are under construction (1), Future site of another shopping mall. (1), Fußweg Nazareth - High Ridge Restaurant (1), G/F Main Building, beside China Bank (1), G/F in front of BDO (1), G05 Mabolo BTS (1), GAISANO CAPITAL GUANCO (1), GARZON EUZIO086 (1), GGC = Gwendolyn Garcia Codilla (1), GL Trans Parking (1), GOLDWYN (5), GOLDWYN
(2), GOLF BASE (1), GPS 2017-02-16 (1), GPS Feb 18 2017 (2), GPS Feb 19 2017 (1), GPS Feb 22 2017 (2), GPS tracking services (1), GSE (1), GSIS GWAPS Kiosk were state workers can avail various services of Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) (1), GSat Authorized Dealer (1), GTZ Office (1), Gadget, cellphone, android phones, headsets, phone casing, tempered glass, speakers, cables, charger (1), Galacia Street of Villa San Agustin Subdivision (1), Galvanized Iron Sheet (1), Galvanized Iron sheet (64), Galvanized Iron sheet, Computer Shop (1), Galvanized Iron sheet, Sari Sari Store (1), Galvanized Iron sheet, Sari sari Store (1), Galvanized Iron sheet, Wood (3), Galvanized iron sheet (1), Galvanized iron sheet roof, 2-storey house built with concrete cement (1), Galvanized iron sheet roof, Made of concrete cement, 2-storey building (1), Galvanized iron sheet roof, built with concrete cement and wood (1), Galvanized iron sheet roof, concrete cement (3), Galvanized iron sheet roof, concrete cement, 2-storey house (3), Galvanized iron sheet roof, concrete cement, 2-storey house with motorcycle parts store (1), Galvanized iron sheet roof, concrete, with neighborhood sundry store (1), Galvanized iron sheet, concrete, 2-storey house (1), Galvez residence (1), Games (Tennis, Basket-Ball) Court (planning) (1), Garage (1), Garage Sale - quality used and new items (1), Garden with 4 800 sqm, trees, garden chairs, hammocks, fountains, rooms (1), Garment factory (2), Garnet Road side (1), Gas Station (1), Gas Turbine Power Plant (1), Gas insulated substation. Serves City of Dreams Manila, Okada Manila, and other loads formerly served by Mall of Asia GIS. (1), Gastropub (1), Gasul retailer (1), Gate CLOSED (2), Gate Closes from 2300H - 0500H Gate with Security (1), Gate always closed (3), General & Ortho Dentist. C. Lawis St. corner Bonifacio St. and Masangkay St. (1), General Services Department (1), Genesis Transport Premium P2P Bus to Clark (1), Glamping Alona Resort And Restaurant (1), Glass Warehouse and Garage (1), Glass, Aluminium and Ironworks (1), Globe (1), Glorietta 4, 3rd floor near the Food Court (2), Golf Club Access (3), Good snorkelling spot to see turtles (May ‘18) no need for boat! (1), Got a Flat Tire with Tricycle (Rain) (1), Goto and Mami (1), Government Locations site (1), Government Offices (2), Government Structure (7), Government Subdivision (5), Governor's Official Residence (1), Grade School Building (1), Graduate Dormitory (1), Grand Canyon State glass design is a custom glass Company that specializes in a wide variety of glass. Such as wine cellars, frameless shower doors to mirror walls and more. (1), Grass Field (1), Groceries Stall (1), Grocery Store (1), Ground Floor, Robinson's Mall Antipolo (1), Ground Floor, Robinsons Mall Antipolo (1), Ground Southeast Building, Bonifacio High Street Central, Entrance of the Lounge is near Zalora (1), Ground floor (1), Ground floor inside the clinic, near SM Appliance Center (1), Ground floor, Robinson's Mall Antipolo (1), Guagua-San Fernando segment of Hermosa-Duhat-Balintawak line that was relocated in early 2003 because the lahar flows from Mt. Pinatubo buried its NAPOCOR-era steel poles, with steel pole 143 was washed away by lahar. (1), Guestbook, explanation of sights, tours, available facilities and few souveniers. They also try to charge a fee for entering the closeby coral reef MPA(P250 pp) (1), Guesthouse rooms (1), Guidance and Counseling Services Office, and
Office of Student Affairs Building (1), Gymnasium (1), HANGINGI BRIDGE (1), HM Airport Loop (1), HN 1 (1), Habitat Guest House provides perhaps the best budget rooms and diving in Sabang, Puerto Galera, Philippines (1), Half Court (Open) (1), Half Lane Both Sides (4), Half Lanes Both Sides (1), Half-buried by lahars due to the 1991 Mount Pinatubo eruption. (1), Hand and Foot Nail Spa (1), Hanging Bridge of Sitio Lagaan (2), Hanging Foot Bridge (1), Hanging house site (1), Hapid Irrigation System (7), Hapid Irrigation System now sourced from temporary weir (1), Happiness Provider (1), Hardware Store (1), Has an additional cable that connects to Mexico - Calumpit Transmission Line. (2), Health Center of PM Sobrecarey that can cater minor medical cases (1), HealthyZel - Usana Independent Distributor (1), Heartbreak Hill (1), Heceta's residence (1), Helipad (1), Helipad, but concrete pad is collapsing - may be unusable (1), Herrera Tower, Goodventure Travel Inc, Marine travel agency. (1), Herrera residence
(1), Hiding in palm one-level building (1), High 2-level building (1), High School (2), High School Building (2), High-risk area for flooding & erosion of riverbanks. (1), High-risk area for flooding & landslide. (1), High-risk area for flooding & riverbank erosion. (1), High-risk area for flooding. Moderately at risk from tsunami & storm surge. (1), High-risk area for landslide, tsunami, & storm surge. (2), High-risk area for tsunami & storm surge. During strong typhoons, this area may be isolated from the mainland due to road obstructions like fallen trees & other debris. (1), High-risk area for tsunami & storm surge. Road to poblacion may be obstructed by fallen trees, toppled power lines, & other debris during extreme hydro-meteorological events, as well as landslides & rockfalls at some portions between Cabatuan & Nipa. (1), High-risk area for tsunami & storm surge. Some isolated dwellings along the way to Maragano are vulnerable to landslides. (1), High-risk area from tsunami, storm surge, & localized flooding. (1), High-risk area to tsunami & storm surge, especially because there is no high ground nearby. This area may also be isolated during extreme flooding events, as experienced during Typhoon Glenda in July 2014. (1), High-risk area to tsunami & storm surge. Not suitable as emergency evacuation center for hydro-meteorological events. (1), High-risk to tsunami & storm surge. (1), Highway is paved on the Ilocos Norte side but pavement ends near Apayao border then is very rough mix of mud, gravel & large rocks. The Apayao portion of the road is appropriate for hiking but not recommended for driving. (3), Historic train station, part of Manila-Dagupan Railway (1), Historical shrine near the summit of Mount Samat built to honor Filipino and American soldiers who fought during World War II (Wikipedia) (1), History of minor flooding during strong rain. (1), Hollow Blocks & Other Construction Supplies (1), Hollowblock Factory (1), Home of quality breads and pastries (1), Home of the United Football League (1), Homemade specialities (1), Homestay (1), Hostel that offers pod-style beds in mixed dorms. (1), Hostel the most far on the beach - don't pay more then 1k peso (1), Hot spring resort (1), Hotel with beachbar (1), House (2), House of Former Vice-Mayor Bogs Violago (1), House of Mugs is a tourist attraction in San Gabriel Subdivision, Brgy. Balingasag, Bago City, Western Visayas, Philippines. This is a personal collection of Poinsettia Dormido, but has grown quickly thanks to gifts from family and friends. (1), House on the beach (white sand) with kitchen, air con, big bed. (1), Houses (5), How to mark a path as a dead end ? (1), Huganit TRee (1), Huge visually dominant volcano with a 25-30km wide caldera lake, a cone inside the lake, a another lake inside the cone, and an island in the 2nd lake. (1), Hundred Islands Practical Shooting Association (1), Hydraulic and Pneumatic parts and services. (1), I cannot tell if this is a building. (1), ILOILO Pantawid Office (1), ISO3166-2 code is CN-71 or CN-TW, but not use by Taiwan Government, and the territory size is not the same as China think (1), Ice plant (1), Identified HIV testing/counselling facility (29), Identified HIV testing/counselling facility; VAWC (1), Igelsia Ni Cristo - Indalasa (1), Iglesia ni Cristo District Office (1), Immaculate Conception Park (1), Imported Fruits Wholesaler (1), In the Philippines, Dr. Pearl was first started in November of 2006 in Sto. Rosario St., Angeles City. Dr. Pearl provides high-quality drinks and beverages in a wide variety of flavors that well suit the Filipino taste bud. (1), In this area, the 40th Infantry Division, 8th U.S. Army under Major General Rapp Brush and the Filipino Force under Colonel Macario Peralta, Jr. met them and jointly started operations for the Liberation of Panay Island in World War 2. (1), In this part of Plaza de Bansud, people can rent of boats and Kayak. (1), Includes the Highway Gate Below. (1), Includes the pathway to the College Gate. (1), Indentrade System Corp., with 19 years of service, is Exclusive Distributor of AKSA POWER Diesel Power Generators of 1kW up to 3000kW, ATS, Synchronizing Panels, Parts & Consumables, Preventive Maintenance, After-Sales Services, Digital Control Panels, (1), Indian-embassy accredited visa processing center (1), Infant Feeding Station near Gate 16 of NAIA Terminal 1. contributor: michelle esteban (1), Infant feeding station at arrivals area near taxi stand (1), Infant's Section (2nd Floor) (1), Infant's Section (3rd Floor) (1), Infant’s Section, 3rd floor, Rustan’s Makati (1), Informal Settler (1), Informal settlement area (2), Initial Resettlement Area (1), Inn (1), Inn & Catering Services (1), Inside Mothercare, B-1 Bonifacio High Street (1), Inside the Department Store, near Cashier 21 and Baby Co. (1), Inside the Family Lounge, 2nd Level, Beside The DIY Hardware (1), Inside the Family Lounge, 4th floor, Greenbelt 5, beside Nail Tropics, near the dental offices, waxing Salons (1), Institute of Surgery (1), Integrated Microstudios (1), Inter-City Commuter Routes (3), Interior design and project management for proposed corporate offices. (1), Interlocking Metal Pile (1), International One Way Outreach (1), Internet Cafe (2), Internet Provider (VAS) (1), Internet access shop (1), Ion Gas Station before has been replaced by Petron now since November 2019 (1), Iriga Central School Soccer Field (1), Irrigation (4), Irrigation Canal (6), Irrigation Dam
This dam is sometimes referred to as Papa Left Dam to distinguish it from the other nearby dam on the border of Dingras & Marcos. If you were ontop of the mountain looking down then this dam would be on your left side. (1), Irrigation from Bimpal source (1), Irrigation from old Bimpal source (1), Isang Daang Pulo, Sagipin Laban sa Abuso outpost monitoring illegal fishing around the area. (1), Islacom (1), Island Of Biliran Transmission (1), Island on a lake inside an island on a lake on an island (1), It cant be Orchard cause these are not fruit bearing trees.
(1), It is a garden shop in an emerging new city in General Trias, Cavite (1), It is called by DPWH as Upper Mabinit road (1), It's obvious there's a path going down here to the residential area below. (1), Italian Cuisine Pizza (1), Italian Food Ingredients (1), Italian Vegetarian restaurant (1), JICA Evacuation Center (1), JJ Dynamic Holding, Inc. handles Petron Gasul, Petron Engine Oils, Harbour City Dimsum, and Watever KTV. (1), JR Ponce Petron Station (1), Japan Surplus Shop (1), Japanese restaurant and pub (1), Jeepney Commuter Routes (1), Jeepney Station: Tandang Sora - City hall route (1), Jeepney Terminal (2), Jeepney departures to various destinations within Metro Manila and Cavite (1), Jeepneys and trucks park here (1), Jesus statue about 6m high and next to cross (1), Jetmatic Pump (2), Jetty or break water developing a commercial bay (1), Jollibee Drive-Thru (1), Jollibee Function Room (1), Jollibee Ortigas East Bike Rack (1), Jonard Javier Mamaw ng Marilaque (1), Joy and Jainies Pancitan. Cell number 09061436228 (1), KFC Countryside Ortigas Ave. Bike Rack (1), KTM, Ducati, Vespa, Piaggio, Aprilia, Moto Guzzi, MVAgusta, Husqvarna (1), KUMPARES 24/7 eatery serving UNLI FRIED RICE & UNLI PARES SOUP. (1), Ka Poli motorcycle repair, mamawness upgrade and engine development (1), Kalibo - Numancia boundary (1), Kalinga-Cagayan road, Calanan-Enrile Section (9), Kangen water provider (1), Karangalan stand pipe hydrant closed (1), Karaoke Bar (1), Kerri’s Bake Stop provides a wide array of baking ingredients from flour, sugar, confectionaries, chocolates, sprinkles, nuts, and pastry embellishments like edible tops and ... (1), Key keeper for Timbac Mummie Caves (1), Kingdom of Maharlika
777 Morning Star Foundation Inc (1), Kiosk (3), Kitesurfing and Windsurfing School (1), Km26 (1), Km53
Nat'l Soil & Water Resources Research & Demonstration Ctr (1), Korean Convenience Store / Mini-mart (1), Korean grill Buffet (1), Kung gusto mong mag maneho bilang isang tunay na Pinoy, ang pagkakaroon ng brand new owner type jeep ang pinaka magandang paraan. (1), Kung ikaw ay isang estudyante na naghahanap ng mga pangunahing impormasyon ukol sa ekonomiks, tama ang website na iyong napuntahan. Ang ekonimiks.info may libreng mga impormasyon para mabasa ng mga Pinoy. (1), Kuya Ron's Chicken
Ka kaibang Sarap Na Iyong Malalasap (1), LABACADABRA - Easywash is Romblon's 1st and only Self-Service & Full- Service laundryshop. Our commercial washers & dryers are programmed to deliver the best results without compromising hygiene & budget.
LABACADABRA is manage & owned by *D&G Lifestyle* (1), LED light distributor and motorcycle parts and accessories (1), LEYECO V = Leyte V Electric Cooperative, Inc. (1), LGF Service Lane (1), LGU complex (1), LGU managed public market (1), LOADING STATION (1), LP 1 NP 1 (1), LP 25 NP 1 (1), LP 40 NP 8 (2), LPG Dealer. Call 7415772 or 4137909 (1), LPG Retailer (cooking gas) (1), LRT Line 1, also known as Arroceros Station (1), La Buena Vida Water Tank 1 (1), La Paz to Seaside (1), La Piscine Grill & Cafe is an inland resort right at the heart of the city. (1), Labey Baptist Church (1), Laguna University New Building (1), Lake Drive Bicycle Area (5), Lambagan is one of the fifteen barangays of Cabanglasan, Bukidnon. (1), Land Registration Authority (1), Landing area for fisherfolk. (1), Landing craft wreck (1), Landmark (1), Landslide (2), Lanzones Plantation (2), Laptop, Desktop, Printer and CCTV Instalation Repair and Maintenance Services (1), Lapu-Lapu Covered Basketball Court (1), Lapyahan sa dagat, community toilet (1), Large blue building (1), Large mango tree beside basketball court. (1), Largest chinatown arch in the world (1), Largest of the three Nunungan Lakes. (1), Last erupted 10 August 1996, Number of eruptions = 21 (1), Last erupted 1642 Jan. 4, Number of eruptions = 2 (1), Last erupted 1843, Number of eruptions = 3 (1), Last erupted 1857, Number of eruptions = 1 (1), Last erupted 1882, Number of eruptions = 7 (1), Last erupted 1897, Number of eruptions = 2 (1), Last erupted 1907, Number of eruptions = 2 (1), Last erupted 1911 March 07, Number of eruptions = 1 (1), Last erupted 1916 July, Number of eruptions = 7 (1), Last erupted 1917, Number of eruptions = 4 (1), Last erupted 1924, Number of eruptions = 5 (1), Last erupted 1939 Sept. 26, Number of eruptions = 1 (1), Last erupted 1948 Sept. 31 - 1953 July, Number of eruptions = 5 (1), Last erupted 1978 Jan. 6-9, Number of eruptions = 6 (1), Last erupted 1992 July 09 - August 16, Number of eruptions = 3 (1), Last erupted 1994 Nov.-1995 Jan., Number of eruptions = 15 (1), Last erupted 2001 Jun. 24-Jul. 26, Number of eruptions = 48 (1), Last erupted 2020 Jan. 12, Number of eruptions = 34 (1), Last erupted No Data, Number of eruptions = No Data (1), Last water source (1), Late 16th centurary church with ceiling and wall murals. (Wikipedia) (1), Late C16th monastery adjoining San Agustin Church. Rebuilt after WWII as a museum. (1), Latest pics at https://web.facebook.com/patoyokitesurfing/ A natural paradise. (1), Laundry Shop (1), Laundry center (1), Laundry shop (1), Lawis, Sitio Sawsawan, Barangay San Roque, Talisay City, Cebu (1), Learning Hub (1), Lemkoyu forest park (1), Level 007 Hotel and Resort. A branch of Panda Tea Suites here in Tagbilaran, Bohol (1), Level 2, Entrance near Mothercare, in front of Buffet 101, adjacent to the mall clinic (1), Level 2, beside ATM Center (1), Level 2, near Crossings Ramp (1), Leyte Industrial Development Estate (1), Lezo to Malinao Road (1), Lian Municipal Health Center (1), Library (1), Lide = Leyte Industrial Development Estate (1), Life Insurance Agent (1), Life-size statues of Catholic Saints. Relics from the Ocampo estate. (1), Light and inexpensive materials might be used for this house(bahay). (1), Limted water if drought; roughly 10-15mts Deep. (1), Lion Statue (1), Liquor and Wine Store (1), Load Outlet (1), Loading station (1), Local Church Assembly (1), Local Distribution Line Uphill (1), Local Street Food (1), Local access by foot or tricycle (1), Local cheap food (1), Local mall (1), Local travel agent useful for local boats, trips and flights in and around Asia (1), Locale of Metroville, District of Laguna (1), Located at 2nd floor of hospital; capacity is 1 at a time. Amenities: fridge, sink, sofa chair (1), Located behind National Bookstore with access through Mango Square Mall and directly along Juana Osmena St. We have free WiFi, nightly local music events, and offer Beer Below Zero! (1), Located beside Star Oil (1), Located ground floor on the Municipal Hall. (1), Located in the Multinational Bancorporation Centre (1), Located inside Tagaytay City Hall Compound, beside the Registry of Deeds Building. (1), Located on top of a hill in Barangay Santo Domingo, the chapel was built by a local philantrophist to commemorate the miraculous escape from the death and destruction by inhabitants during Mount Sumagang's eruption in 1614. (1), Lock and Brakes on Rollers (1), Lokal ng Alos (1), Lokal ng Bonbon (1), Lokal ng Burgos (1), Lokal ng Fuentes (1), Lokal ng Gingoog City (1), Lokal ng Greenville (1), Lokal ng Iligan (1), Lokal ng Linamon (1), Lokal ng Loyal (1), Lokal ng Lucap (1), Lokal ng Rosario Heights (1), Lokal ng Tambulig (1), Lomihan (1), Long Range (1), Long-Distance Provincial Routes (3), Looks to be a river
(1), Lorenzana Residential Lot (1), Lower Ground Floor along admin office (1), Lucap village, the port of connection to 100 Islands (1), Lumber Yard (1), Luneta Rizal Monumebt Ped Xing to Guian Road (1), Lunocan, or Lunukan, is a sitio of Barangay Miglamin, Malaybalay City (1), Luzon Island main coastline (17), Lying-in Clinic (1), MCESI's main building, which holds the rooms for Grades 4-10, and the administrative offices. (1), MCS Station & Fishing Technology Laboratory (1), MOLINO DAM (1), MRB (Medium Rise Building) condominium D.M.C.I. project PNP Housing near West Valley fault line along C5 going to Brgy Rizal, Pembo, Buting, Ultra (1), MRF (1), MRF and coop associated with Archdiocese of Manila (1), MRF for institutional buildings within the Municipal Hall Compound (1), MSU-Honors Program tapokanan (1), MTP 044 no more primary (1), Maayo Shipping INC to Bato every 1:30 from 4:00 to 23:30 (1), Mabuhay City Subdivision Gate: Outgoing (1), Mabuhay Common Water point (1), Macaas, Tubigon, Bohol (1), Macopa Drive/(MLP) (1), Madalas binabaha. (prone to flood) (1), Main Building (2), Main Dining Area (1), Main Entrance from Villa Luisa H1-H2-H3-H4 Covered by Brgy. San Agustin 3 Gated Entrance with Security (1), Main Entrance to Villa Luisa H1-H2-H3-H4 Covered by Brgy. San Agustin 3 Gated Entrance with Security (1), Main Fire Hydrant (1), Main Metro Manila office for getting a driving license (1), Main Road (21), Main campus (1), Main departure for bankas to/from 100 Islands (1), Major tributary to the main Palapag River. (2), Makati-Taguig boundary marker (1), Makato Public Market will be renovated up until the end of 2018. (1), Malapascua is the beautiful little island of the Philippines that hosts Tepanee: an intimate and welcoming resort where you will have the opportunity to spend an unforgettable holiday of relaxation and diving, enriched by a tasty food and wine proposal. (1), Male (1), Malingin Island (1), Mall Clinic, 2nd Floor Southside (in front of Cosmic Kids) (1), Man-made fishing lake (1), Manalog is a barangay north of Malaybalay City. It is bounded to the north by Dumalaguing and Bulonay of Impasug-ong, to the east by Barangay Busdi, to the south by Kibalabag and Kalasungay, and to the west by Barangay Bontongon of Impasug-ong. (1), Manghihilot, mangtatawas, albularyo (1), Mango Tree (4), Mango Trees (2), Mango/ (MLP) (1), Mangroove (1), Mangroove-Dalakit (1), Mangroves Trees - Endangered. (1), Manila 12:00 Monday, Wednesday (1), Manny-lo Trading (1), Manufacturer of Trojan Envelopes (1), Manugbuyo Water Source (1), Marcopper Airstrip (1), Marine reserve (1), Maritime Deck and Engine Training Center (1), Maritime Manning Agency for Seabased jobs such as Cargo, Passenger, Cruise, Supply, Offshore vessels. (1), Maritime Office (1), Maritime revielw center (1), Market Road (1), Marketplace for public. (1), Maruya and Kakanin Vendor (1), Massage Spa and Nail Salon (1), Material Recovery Facilities (sic) (1), Material: Concrete Roof: Galvanized iron sheets (2), Materials : Concrete
roof : Galvanized Iron Sheet (7), Materials : Concrete
roof : Galvanized Iron Sheet
Store : Sari sari Store (1), Materials : Wood
roof : Galvanized Iron Sheet (1), Materials : Wood,Concrete
Roof : Galvanized Iron Sheet
Store : Sari sari Store (1), Materials : Wood,Concrete,Steel
Roof : Galvanized Iron Sheet (3), Materials : Wood,Concrete,Steel Roof : Galvanized Iron Sheet Video Game, Sari Sari Store (1), Materials : Wood,Metals
Roof : Galvanized Iron Sheet (1), Materials: Concrete Roof: Galvanized Iron Sheet (1), Maungib HS, located just behind the Maingib Elem. School (1), Maxar imagery in 2019-10 shows road in early stages of construction (2), Maybe a short squatter house by the rivers. Very vulnerable to flash floods or storm surges (During the Habagat) Can be destroyed by earthquakes (Pampanga earthquakes in 2019) May be sweltering inside (During Tag-init) (1), Maybe relatively new compared to surroundings (1), Mayrong trees at mga grasses (TAGALOG)
There are trees and grasses in that field (ENG) (1), McDonald's Drive-Thru (1), McDonald's car park. (1), McDonalds Kapasigan Bike Rack (1), McDonalds Ortigas East (1), McDonalds Riverside Bike Rack (1), Mcdonald's Fishermall has their own lactation room inside the restaurant (1), Meadow with View over Buenavista (1), Medical City Bike Rack (1), Medical Supplies (1), Melqui's House (1), Membership Gaming Community (1), Memorial dedicated to Filipinos and persons from Allied countries imprisoned and/or killed in Fort Santiago between 1942 and 1945 (1), Memorial plaque by AMIN partylist to commemorate the event in 18 March 2968 where Moro youth were killed on the island. (1), Mendez 0km Tagaytay 9km (1), Mendez 1km Indang 7km (1), Mendez 2km Indang 6km (1), Mendez 4km Indang 4km (1), Mendez 5km Indang 3km (1), Mendoza Compound (1), Mercury Drug Bike Rack (1), Mercury Drug Shaw Bike Rack (1), MetalPlas , Steel Roof (1), Metro Manila District of an international church. (1), Metro Ormoc Community Cooperative (1), Metrobank J. Escriva Bike Rack (1), Metrowalk Bike Rack (1), Michelia Residences is a soon-to-rise residential townhouse development located at a very prime location IN Marikina Heights, Marikina City. (2), Michelin (1), Microfinance Cooperative Institution/Credit Union main office (1), Might be food source for neighboring residents. (1), Milaor Ward (1), Military Camp (1), Milk Tea & Rice Meals Station (1), Milk Tea Shop (1), Mini Street Number 2 (1), Mini street number 3 (1), Mini street number 4 (2), Minor Water Distrbution Line (1), Minor Water Distribution Line (3), Minor roads (1), Misamis Oriental Sangguniang Panlalawigan Building & Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office (1), Misoprostol Cytotec Pills for Sale (Seller) (1), Mit Balkon, Haus Farbe Gelb/aprikose (1), Mixed Nipa Palm / Mangrove Forest (1), Modern Japanes Cuisine (1), Monday - Saturday service (2), Money Transfer Service (1), Montenegro Shipping Lines (1), Monument dedicated to the members of the Boys Scouts of the Philippines who perished en route to the 11th World Jamboree. (1), More like a bridge (1), More than ten years of wedding gown and entourage gown designing experience. (1), Most of trees can be found here are coconut trees farmed by farmers. (1), Motorcycle Racing Clinic (1), Motorcycle Sidecar Maker (1), Motorcycle and Bike Accessories (1), Motorcycle club, skills development and mamawness federation (1), Motorcycle parking (1), Motorcycle parts amd repair (1), Motorcycle repair, parts, upgrade and cornering skills development (1), Motorcycle repair, upgrade and modifications (1), Motorcycle trips on Palawan Island (1), Motorcycle, Appliances, Furnitures and Honda Power Products (1), Mount Adarna Alternate Route (1), Mount Mauyog (1), Mountain Hills Gas Station (1), Mountain Province-Cagayan via Tabuk-Enrile Road (6), Mountain Summit located in Sigay, Ilocos Sur (1), Mountain Trail (2), Mr. Arturo C. Pentuan (055) 301-2008 (1), Mr. Gil F. Ferolin, School Principal (1), Mt. Kapayas - Torre (1), Mt. Mauyog (1), Muffler Shop (1), Mulao Pedestrian Suspension Bridge (1), Multi Purpose Hall (1), Multi function hall of Barangay PM Sobrecarey (1), Multi purpose hall, multi purpose covered court, playground, comfort room, table tennis table, chess table, dart board (1), Multi-Level Marketing (1), Multi-Purpose Hall (1), Multi-Species Marine Fish Invertibrate Hatchery (1), Multi-purpose Hall (1), Multi-purposed covered court (1), Multi-storey Carpark Building; ongoing expansion (1), Multi-storey Pay Parking;Tsunami Evacuation Route (5), Multi-storey parking exit. (1), Multicabs to Island City Mall and The Dao/Integrated Bus Terminal (where ou can catch Ceres/BlueStar Buses; UV Aircon Vans, around Bohol; Airport/PanglaoBus; local jeepneys) (1), Multipurpose Hall for this baranngay area (1), Municipal Buildings (1), Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Office with Disaster Operation Center (1), Municipal Gym and Evacuation Center (1), Municipal Library (1), Municipal Market (1), Municipal Slaugther House (1), Municipal Wharf (1), Muntinlupa Hall of Justice Footbridge (2), Murang Motel 12hrs for 400 pesos (1), Music store specializing Vintage Audio (1), Must strictly park in reverse due to Bicycle Lane Regulation (1), My Pulag Camp Burned Area (2018-01-20) (1), NAIA Expressway Ramp 4 (4), NAMRIA geodetic control point (gcp) NE 86 (1), NC (2), NGCP Camera (1), NGCP Tower and Grids (1), NHA Estancia Relocation Site (1), NHA Relocation Site (2), NHCP historical marker (2), NIA Village Zone 6 (1), NIA road (2), NNCHS OVAL (1), NOTAM B4166/18 (1), NPQUTAG074 (HOLY FAMILY VILLAGE) (1), Nag titinda ng lugaw at tingi. (1), Naga Public Swimming Pool 50 m (1), Nagtabon Beach View (1), Nail spa (1), Narra Tree (1), Nasugbu Auditorium/Evacuation Center (1), Nasugbu Covered Court/Evacuation Center (1), National Folk Artist (1), National Food Authority (1), National Government Agency for Agrarian Reform Services (1), National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (MTD-A, SL) Compound (1), National Headquarters (1), National Irrigation Association Molave (1), Nationwide fire paging system (1), Native Chicken (1), Natural cave with mermaid statue within. Cave extends through to other side of point. (1), Natural limestone cave entrance in jungle (1), Navy oiler - 160m (10 to 26m) (1), Nazareth General Hospital (1), Near Barangay Hall of Brgy Muriatao (1), Near the Cinema (1), Needs Improvement (1), Needs validation. Is this a school? (1), New Building (1), New DNHS building (1), New San Juan Municipal Sea Port (1), Newly Renovated (1), Nice Hotel with wifi, small beach ,swimming pool and nice terrasse. Free shuttle to Alona Beach. (1), Nice private Beach (1), Nicolas residence (1), Nipa Palm Forest (1), Nipahut Maker (1), Nippa Hut Maker (1), No ID, No Entry. Visitors and Deliveries will subject for questioning and will be granted Entry via authorization from Homeowners. (1), No Thru Traffic at portion of Katipunan Avenue Southbound (1), No U-Turn from Marcos Highway Westbound to Marcos Highway Eastbound (1), No. 78 langkaan stand pipe hydrant (1), Node of Rizal Avenue, Molave, ZdS, PH (15), Non-Profit 5013c
IOT Development (1), Non-functional (1), Non-operating lighthouse (2), Norsamelco Power Lines (2), North Bound (1), North Bound 419 (2), North Bound to Metro Manila (1), Not Operational (1), Not Operational / Demolished (1), Not suitable as emergency evacuation center during hydro-meteorological events because of its proximity to the sea. (1), Notary Public (1), Now used primarily for pop-up stalls - only passable by foot (1), Nuestra Senora de los Remidids (1), Nuestra Sra Del Salvacion (1), Numerous hot spring resorts (1), Nursing Area located near the movie ticket booths 3rd level (1), Nursing Station and Kid's Corner. contributor: badudets (1), OAD = Order of the Discalced Augustinians (1), OK Feb 2017, (1), OSPA = Ormoc Sugar Planters Association (1), OUR LADY OF THE ASUUMPTION PARISH CHURCH (1), Ob Clinic (1), Objects converted to note. Originally tagged as tourism=artwork made by a maps.me user. (483), Off Track Betting Location (1), Offerings: Nursery, Kinder, Preparatory, Gradeschool (1), Offers the best services for your Wedding and Birthday catering needs. Operating in San Pedro, Laguna, Metro Manila and CALABARZON (1), Office (1), Office Space and Billboard Space for Lease (1), Office building (1), Office building & operations center of the MDRRMC. (1), Office of Admissions, Scholarships, and Placement (1), Office of Barangay Chairman (1), Office of Cainta Police and Security (1), Office of the Principal 2 classrooms (1), Office of the Principal Daisy J. Fortinez, School Principal (1), Office of the Research & Development & Extension (ORDEX) (1), Official Evacuation Center. Barangay Suba (1), Official Name is Madongan Dam but it is commonly referred to as Papa Dam (or Papa Right dam to distinguish it from the other nearby irrigation dam). This dam would be on the right side if you were ontop of the mountain looking down. (1), Official home of the President of The Philippines (1), Old Auditorium, perhaps not used since 2016 (1), Old Calavite Lighthouse (1), Old Davao Airport Terminal (1), Old House # 63 (1), Old House #63 (1), Old Water Tower (1), Old bridge turned into a linear park (1), Old bridge, Paoay (1), Old caldera (1), Old dump site (1), Old water source (1), Oldest House (1), Oldest mosque in the PH (1), Omalao is a sitio of Barangay Freedom, Cabanglasan, Bukidnon. (1), On September 2, 1945, General Tomoyuki Yamashita, with his command staff, actually and physically surrendered to the Americans in this building before being taken to Baguio.
(1), One Faith Ministries or simply One Faith, is a Southern Baptist church that aims to win souls for the purpose of perpetrating the Great Commission. (1), One Lane Gravel (1), One bagger mixer for rent. :-) (1), One of last remaining salterns in Kawit. (1), One of the Oldest Stone Church in Cebu. The Church was built around 1782. (1), One of the best bar in Polangui. (1), One of the heritage buildings of Calle Rea CBD. (2), One of the heritage buildings of Calle Real Heritage Zone. (5), One of the heritage buildings of Calle Real Heritage zone. (2), One of the last pieces of work by the late artist Donato del Rosario. "La Pregando Madonna" was created as a tribute to his departed beloved. (1), One of the oldest auditoriums of the City of Dumaguete. Before the construction of the Chauvet and Maria Halls, the then-college used to hold their social and academic events here. (1), One storey public building made of light materials. ( Wood & G.I. Sheet ) (1), One storey, 3 bedroom house with swimming pool. (1), One way of commuting inside BF Homes is riding a tricycle via this terminal. Rush hours often have long lines. (1), One-level building, built from metal (1), One-love ground structure, yellow painted with 4 windows (1), Ongoing construction of communal toilet for Purok 4,5,6 facilitated by Tambayan Center. Funded by The Johanniter International Assistance (1), Only Legislators on Head all are equal (1), Only for Asian Hospital clients (1), Open 24 Hours (1), Open 24/7 (1), Open Area for Events and Recreation (1), Open Area in Queesrow where some people plays golf, street games. There a small area whre some planst are grown. (1), Open Canal (1), Open Saturday night only. Go after 11 PM. (1), Open Space (1), Open air amphitheater (1), Open air, publicly accessible (1), Open basketball court, no roof. (1), Open space and park (1), Open space of San Bartolome Parish Church. Features an arch, a fountain, and a grotto. (1), Open space/area; presumed market, community gathering place, or plaza of some sort (1), Open, no roof (1), Opening soon (as of January 26, 2019) (1), Orchard (3), Originally at the middle of Olongapo-Gapan Road, it was relocated at the edge of the road because it posed a safety hazard. Original steel pole 167 was retired and now use the NAPOCOR-era steel pole 275 which was originally located at Calumpit, Bulacan. (1), Ormoc City Institute of Technology (1), Ormoc City, Dolores Outreach (1), Ormoc Waterworks and Sewerage Administration (1), Orphanage (1), Ortigas Building Bike Rack (1), Ostrich Farm (1), Our Company | Discover Upgrade - Ink, Toner Cartridges, Printer Supplier Philippines
(1), Out of School Youth Technical Training for Emplyment Either Self or Employed to an Office (1), Outdoor (3), Outdoor Marian shrine (1), Outdoor basketball court (1), Outdoor basketball court. (1), Outdoor cafe in the park by the musuem, and the stream with a view of the monument. (1), Over-the-air, paperless top-up credits for mobile and gaming services (1), Overflow Pipes (1), Overlooking Salvacion Sea (1), Overt Flow Pipe (1), Owner speaks english and japanese. (1), Owner: Lorenzo C. Baltonado (1), P2P Bus Departures to Makati City (1), P2P Buses to and from Makati CBD (Landmark, Ayala Avenue, Circuit Makati, Trasierra) and Alabang (Starmall); Shuttle Routes to Camella Homes Daang Hari (1), P2P/Light Commuter Routes (1), PABLICO'S RESIDENCE (1), PADI 5 stars IDC Dive Resort. Front beach, best location and facilities in Alona beach. PADI courses from Open Water until Divemaster course. Instructor Courses (IDC). Fun dives in Alona, Panglao, Balicasag, Pamilacan, Cabilao... Snorkel tours (1), PAGASA doppler radar (1), PAGCOR (1), PAMANA Water System project (1), PHILIPPINE RED CROSS - DASMARINAS CITY BRANCH
Branch is under PRC Cavite Chapter (Kawit)
BLS - Standard First Aid Training Center (1), PISONET,Printing,Computer Repairs,Windows Password Recovery
(1), PLDT (1), POS!BLE - 731 (1), POS!BLE - 739 (1), PPA = Philippine Ports Authority, PMO = Port Management Office (1), PRIVATE : Heritage Museum, ITURRALDE Family Library, Lifestyle Event Venue, Movie & Video shoot site, Artwork Space & Studio, Conservation & Restoration Workshop (1), PROPOSED MARKET SITE (1), PUJ and Bus, think no Jeepneys (1), Pagatpatan Wetlands (1), Pagkabuhay Council (1), Pagkaing may kakaibang Sarap (1), Pagtutulungan-Ikaw,Banko,Industriya at Gobyerno (Home Development Mutual Fund) (1), Palali Residential Zone (1), Palawan Pawnshop at Katipunan (1), Palitanan ug Tubahan,Balangoy (1), Palm & sunflower park (1), Palm Tree
(1), Palyan Lamps Corporation
Contract Lighting Manufacturer (1), Pamela homes blk 13 dead end (1), Pancit (1), Pancit etc (1), Pandacaqui Barangay Hall (Brgy certificates, PNP, Electric and Water Department Center, other Barangay needs) (1), Pangasinan Provincial Office (1), Panoramic View, 535 feet (163 meters) high. (1), Pantranco Line, PHILCOA Line (1), Paon Beach Club is a beachfront Hotel with an amazing view of several Islands. We are 45 minutes away from Sicogon Island. One hour and a Half from famous Gigantes Islands. (1), Papaya MultiPurpose Building (1), Parcel 1. Area extrapoloated contract found in PH-EITI records (1), Parcel 2. Area extrapoloated contract found in PH-EITI records (1), Park contains a covered basketball court, tennis court, a small football field, a cemented footpath for joggers and visitors as well as a swimming pool and a clubhouse. (1), Park for residents of Valley View Executive Village (1), Park for residents of Valley View Royale (1), Park for the residents of Valley View Executive Village (1), Park in honor of the national hero of the Philippines Jose Rizal (1), Park with Basketball Court, playground, wishing well, mango tree. (1), Parker Distributor Hydraulic and Pneumatic parts and services. (1), Parking (1), Parking & Basketball Court (1), Parking Area (1), Parking Entrance (1), Parking area for school buses. (1), Parking for motorcycle and vehicles. (1), Part of NO STOPPING, NO LOADING, NO UNLOADING Zone (1), Part of peaks of Central Cordillera 1000 masl and above, Philippine Biodiversity Conservation Protection Priority Area, priority level-Extremely High Urgent. Includes indigenous woodlots called "Muyung" (1), Part of reclaimed area. (1), Part of the boundary of the Santa Ana Heritage Zone (4), Parties, Conferences and Team Building venue.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (1), Pasay Road Pedestrian Overpass (1), Pasig Ferry Guadalupe Station Bike Rack (1), Passi City Public Cemetery Entrance (2),