Towns and Cities of Pampanga:

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Apalit;    Arayat;    Bacolor;    Candaba;    Floridablanca;    Guagua;    Lubao;    Mabalacat;    Macabebe;    Magalang;    Masantol;    Porac;    Minalin;    Mexico;    San Fernando;    San Luis;    San Simon;    Sta. Ana;    Sta. Rita;    Sto. Tomas;    Sasmuan
San Fernando - the Capitol City of Pampanga City   of   San   Fernando   -   named   after   King   Ferdinand   VI   of   Spain.      It   is   also   under   the   patronage   of Saint   Ferdinand   III,   King   of   Castile,   whose   Feast   is   celebrated   every   30th   of   May.      It   is   Located   at the   Heart   of   Central   Luzon   can   be   reached   through   North   Luzon   Expressway   (NLEX),   Subic   Clark Tarlac   Expressway   (SCTEX)   and   the   Mac   Arthur   Highway.   Due   to   the   huge   lantern   producers   in the   city,   it   is   known   as   the   Christmas   Capital   of   the   Philippines.      The   lantern   industry   produces   the 30 feet so-called Giant Lanterns. The   main   contributor   in   the   development   of   the   city   is   the   placement   of   the   Regional   Development Council   III   (RDC-III)   –   these   are   the   Regional   offices   of   the   National   agencies.   The   city   is   known   in food   processing   industry   particularly   Tocino   and   longanisa   meat   products   not   only   nationwide   as well as in other countries. The   Metropolitan   Cathedral   of   San   Fernando   is   the   oldest   church   built   by   the   Augustinian   friars   in 1755.      Some   of   the   Industrial   Heritage   Structures   are   Pampanga   Sugar   Development   Company (PASUDECO),   Pampanga   Lodge   and   Arcade   Shop,   San   Fernando   Train   Station,   and   Baluyot Bridge. Picture Gallery: City of San Fernando External Link: www.cityofsanfernando.gov.ph

Towns and Cities of Pampanga:

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San Fernando - the Capitol City of Pampanga City   of   San   Fernando   -   named   after   King   Ferdinand   VI   of   Spain.      It   is   also under   the   patronage   of   Saint   Ferdinand   III,   King   of   Castile,   whose   Feast   is celebrated   every   30th   of   May.      It   is   Located   at   the   Heart   of   Central   Luzon   can be   reached   through   North   Luzon   Expressway   (NLEX),   Subic   Clark   Tarlac Expressway   (SCTEX)   and   the   Mac   Arthur   Highway.   Due   to   the   huge   lantern producers   in   the   city,   it   is   known   as   the   Christmas   Capital   of   the   Philippines.     The lantern industry produces the 30 feet so-called Giant Lanterns. The   main   contributor   in   the   development   of   the   city   is   the   placement   of   the Regional   Development   Council   III   (RDC-III)   –   these   are   the   Regional   offices   of the    National    agencies.    The    city    is    known    in    food    processing    industry particularly   Tocino   and   longanisa   meat   products   not   only   nationwide   as   well   as in other countries. The   Metropolitan   Cathedral   of   San   Fernando   is   the   oldest   church   built   by   the Augustinian   friars   in   1755.      Some   of   the   Industrial   Heritage   Structures   are Pampanga   Sugar   Development   Company   (PASUDECO),   Pampanga   Lodge and Arcade Shop, San Fernando Train Station, and Baluyot Bridge. Picture Gallery: City of San Fernando External Link: www.cityofsanfernando.gov.ph
Pampanga Festivals Cuisine Zip Codes Pampanga Map Tourism Geography Economy Pampanga’s Structure Towns and Cities Landmarks Climate Heroes Education Contact Term of use Private Policy
Apalit;    Arayat;    Bacolor;    Candaba;    Floridablanca;    Guagua;    Lubao;    Mabalacat;    Macabebe;    Magalang;    Masantol;    Porac;    Minalin;    Mexico;    San Fernando;    San Luis;    San Simon;    Sta. Ana;    Sta. Rita;    Sto. Tomas;    Sasmuan