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    OLONGAPO SUBIC:
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    Situated at the Southern entry point of Zambales and the Northwestern interior of the Subic Bay area, Olongapo City approximately 127 kilometers North of Manila. It's total land area of 18,500 hectares is distributed among 17 barangays (Asinan, East Bajac-Bajac, Banicain, Baretto, New Cabalan, Old Cabalan, Gordon Heights, East Tapinac, West Tapinac, Kababae, Kalalake, Ilalim, Kalaklan, Mabayuan, Pag-asa and Sta. Rita) former US reservation and the Negrito Resettlement areas. Other than the city proper, which is located on a 6.48 sq. kms. Tidal flatland, Olongapo City is characterized by rugged and mountainous terrain.

    Because of its peculiar geographic location - the Zambales mountains on its three sides, Bataan and Subic Bay at its base - development of city land is limited. Also, the territorial borders from nearby towns are not properly marked.

     

    Subic Olongapo, Philippines is 126 Kms.
    away from Manila (Rizal Monument)

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    This isn't considered to be a disadvantage, however, since this same position has situated Olongapo City strategically within easy access from our neighbors in the Asia - Pacific, resulting in a growing commercial relationship between the Philippines and the said countries.

    The population of Olongapo City is more than 310,000 and is projected to increase to 453,894 by the year 2000. This rapid growth is attributed to the heavy influx of migrants from neighboring towns and other parts of the country, attracted by the booming industry and employment opportunites offered by Olongapo City, through the Subic Bay Freeport.

    There are no main dialects in Olongapo City. The people generally speak and understand Filipino and English.

    Literacy rate is 99.11 percent.

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