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As of 2015, Luzon had a total population of 57,470,097, representing 56.91% of the entire population of the Philippines.
The island group has eight (8) regions, namely, Region I (Ilocos Region), Region II (Cagayan Valley), Region III (Central Luzon), Region IV‑A (CALABARZON), MIMAROPA Region, Region V (Bicol Region), Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR), and the National Capital Region (NCR) where Manila, the nation's capital city, is located.
Luzon is bordered, clockwise from the North, by the Luzon Strait (Bashi Channel), Philippine Sea, San Bernardino Strait, Samar Sea, Visayan Sea, Jintotolo Channel, Sibuyan Sea, Tablas Strait, Sulu Sea, Balabac Strait, and the South China Sea.
map of regions
List of regions
The regions of Luzon encompass a total of thirty-eight (38) provinces, with an aggregate of seventy-three (73) cities, and 698 municipalities. The total number of barangays in the island group is 20,508.
|Region||Population (2015)||Regional center||Provinces||Total cities (HUC)||Total cities (ICC)||Total cities (CC)||Total mun||Total brgy|
|Ilocos Region (Region I)||5,026,128||San Fernando||0||1||8||116||3,265|
|Cagayan Valley (Region II)||3,451,410||Tuguegarao||0||1||3||89||2,311|
|Central Luzon (Region III)||11,218,177||San Fernando||0||12||116||3,102|
|CALABARZON (Region IV‑A)||14,414,774||Calamba||0||18||123||4,018|
|Bicol Region (Region V)||5,796,989||Legazpi||0||1||6||107||3,471|
|National Capital Region (NCR)||12,877,253||Manila||0||0||0||1||1,706|
|Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR)||1,722,006||Baguio||0||1||75||1,176|
The population of Luzon grew from 14,061,448 in 1960 to 57,470,097 in 2015, an increase of 43,408,649 people. The latest census figures in 2015 denote a positive growth rate of 1.79%, or an increase of 5,107,098 people, from the previous population of 52,362,999 in 2010.
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