Bacoor

What is Bacoor known for?


oysters

#Sangguniang Panlungsod ABC President ''' colspan "2" Victorio L. Guerrero, Jr. (Salinas II) - style "text-align:center;" '''Provincial Board Members''' Edralin G. Gawaran Rolando S. Remulla Economy thumb right SM City Bacoor (File:SMCityBacoor.jpg) was opened on July 25, 1997, becoming the first SM Mall outside of Metro Manila and in Cavite. File:Bacoorjf0252 14.JPG thumb right Mussels and oysters are two of Bacoor's main products


Faith Academy

, Inc. * La Camelle School * Little Angels Montessori School * Little Angels Learning School * Love Christian Academy * Marie Osmund Schools * Macasa Learning Center *Marella Christian Institute * Marvelous Faith Academy * Millennium Christian High School of Cavite * Mizpah Community Academy Foundation Inc. * Montessori dei San Lorenzo * Mother Theresa School - Main * Newville Heights Academy * Peak Hills School * Phoenix International School of Science and Technology * Quest Academy * Rochepol


poor population

) and the Bulacan-Rizal-Manila-Cavite Regional Expressway. Health To address the health concerns of the city's aging population and urban poor population, several public and private hospitals have been established in the city. The local government also initiated a discount program for senior citizens in city wherein they can avail of discounted medical care and medicines in hospitals in and outside of Bacoor. Bacoor has one major public hospital and 7 major private hospitals aside from a number


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; - bgcolor "blue" align "center" '''Mayors of Bacoor, Cavite''' - style "text-align:left; font-size:x-small;" '''Luis Landas''', 1908–1909 - style "text-align:left; font-size:x-small;" '''Gregorio De Guia''', 1912–1915 - style "text-align:left; font-size:x-small;" '''Hilarion Guzman''', 1916–1919 - style "text-align:left; font-size:x-small;" '''Simon Reyes''', 1919–1922 - style

"text-align:left; font-size:x-small;" '''Francisco Gaudier''', 1925–1928 - style "text-align:left; font-size:x-small;" '''Marcelo Miranda''', 1925–1930 - style "text-align:left; font-size:x-small;" '''Eduardo Ocampo''', 1931–1934 - style "text-align:left; font-size:x-small;" '''Marcelo Miranda''', 1942–1945 - style "text-align:left; font-size:x-small;" '''Dr. Generoso Sarino''', 1946–1947 - style "text-align:left; font-size:x-small

;" '''Arsenio Castillo''', 1948–1954 - style "text-align:left; font-size:x-small;" '''Benigno Guinto''', 1954–1960, 1963–1967 - style "text-align:left; font-size:x-small;" '''Pablo G. Sarino''', 1960–1963, 1967–1986 - style "text-align:left; font-size:x-small;" '''Angelito Miranda''', 1988, assassinated a few days later - style "text-align:left; font-size:x-small;" '''Buencamino Cruz''', 1988–1992 - style "text-align:left; font-size:x


historic battle

of Representatives of the Philippines congressional district of Cavite and is the province's gateway to Metro Manila. History thumb left Bahay Tisa (Cuenca Ancestral House) served as the headquarters of the Philippine revolutionary government in 1898. (Image:Bacoor revo govt HQ.jpg) thumb left Zapote Bridge in 1899, site the historic battle in 1897 which killed Gen. Edilberto Evangelista (File:Zapote River Bridge in 1899.jpg). thumb left City Hall (File:Bacoorjf0177 06.JPG) Spanish


light

shoreline. Land use Land use developments in Bacoor include a proposed industrial village in Barangay Niog which will include light cottage industries with supporting residential and commercial facilities. A vast tract of land in Molino area

. * Bearer of Light and Wisdom Colleges * Benedictine School of Cavite * Blessed Virgin Learning Center * Bristle Oak Academe * Casa De San Miguel Montessori School * Cavite Christian School * Cavite School of Life - Main Campus * Cavite School Of St. Mark * Child Development and Guidance Center * Crest View Academy of Cavite * Chain of Wisdom House of Learning * Christian Values School * Crossroads Christian Academy * Diamond Academy * Divine Light Academy * Divine Jesus Learning Center, Inc

. Peregrine Institute * St. Thomas More Academy * St. Vincent De Paul College * The Bearer of Light and Wisdom Colleges * Theos Learning Center * Theresian School of Cavite * University of Perpetual Help System Dalta - Molino Campus * Villa Cecilia Academy of Arts and Technology * Victorious Christian Montessori - Bacoor * Waynesville Learning Center * Woodridge College * Young Shepherd's School Infrastructure File:Bacoorjf9997 07.JPG thumb right Tricycle terminal in front of SM


national historical

the American squadron in Manila Bay crushed a 5,000-strong Filipino force led by General Pío del Pilar. Wikipedia:Bacoor


life main

. * Bearer of Light and Wisdom Colleges * Benedictine School of Cavite * Blessed Virgin Learning Center * Bristle Oak Academe * Casa De San Miguel Montessori School * Cavite Christian School * Cavite School of Life - Main Campus * Cavite School Of St. Mark * Child Development and Guidance Center * Crest View Academy of Cavite * Chain of Wisdom House of Learning * Christian Values School * Crossroads Christian Academy * Diamond Academy * Divine Light Academy * Divine Jesus Learning Center, Inc


school progressive

Elementary School * Mambog Elementary School * Molino Elementary School * Niog Elementary School * Progressive Elementary School * Poblacion Elementary School * Real Elementary School * Salinas Elementary School * San Nicolas Elementary School * Sineguelasan Elementary School * Soldiers Hills Elementary School * Talaba Elementary School * Zapote Elementary School * Bacoor National High School - Main * Bacoor National High School - Tabing Dagat Annex * Bacoor National High School - Villa Maria


articles related

;Imus City Northwest Cavite City ''Bacoor Bay'' (Category:Bacoor) Category:Cities in Cavite Category:Former national capitals Category:Populated places on Manila Bay Category:Populated places established in 1671 Category:1671 establishments in the Philippines *The '''lowest lowland area

Bacoor

established_title Incorporated established_date September 28, 1671 established_title1 Cityhood established_date1 June 23, 2012 area_magnitude area_footnotes http: www.cavite.gov.ph home index.php cities-and-municipalities district-ii bacoor-city area_total_km2 52.40 area_land_km2 area_water_km2 area_water_percent area_urban_km2 population_as_of 2010 population_footnotes population_note population_total 520,216 population_density_km2 auto population_urban population_density_urban_km2 timezone PST (Philippine Standard Time) utc_offset +8 latd 14 latm 27 latNS N longd 120 longm 57 longEW E coordinates_display title,inline coordinates_region PH elevation_footnotes tags-- elevation_m 4 postal_code_type ZIP code (List of ZIP codes in the Philippines) postal_code area_code_type Dialing code (Telephone numbers in the Philippines) area_code blank_name blank_info blank1_name blank1_info website

'''Bacoor''', officially the '''City of Bacoor''' ( ), is a first-class urban component city (Philippine cities) in the province (Philippine province) of Cavite, Philippines. It is a lone congressional district (House of Representatives of the Philippines) of Cavite and is the province's gateway to Metro Manila.

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