Lanao del Sur

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Lanao del Sur
Bandera kan Lanao del Sur
Bandera
An opisyal na selyo kan Lanao del Sur
Selyo
Mapa ning Bangsang Moru ampong Lanao del Sur ilage
Mapa ning Bangsang Moru ampong Lanao del Sur ilage
Puuk: 7°55'N, 124°20'E
BansaFilipinas
LabuadBangsang Moru
TuknanganLalawigan
Mitatag1959
KapitolyoMarawi
Pamamahala
 • LiderMamintal Alonto Adiong Jr.
Sukad
 • Kabilugan3,872.89 km2 (1,495.33 sq mi)
Populasyun
(Sensu ning 1 Agostu 2015)
 • Kabilugan1,045,429
 • Densidad270/km2 (700/sq mi)
 • Pamimalemale
121,372
IDD:area code +63 (0)63
Uryanprimeru klasing lalawigan
AmanuMaranao
Iranun
Binukid
Websaytwww.lanaodelsur.gov.ph

Ing Lanao del Sur metung yang lalawigan ning Filipinas atiu king Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM). Ing kayang balen tungku iyapin ing Marawi Lakanbalen at ding kayang sepu ilapin ding Lanao del Norte king pangulu, Bukidnon king aslagan, at Maguindanao at Cotabato king mauli. King bandang maulingalbugan iyapin ing Illana Bay, ing takde ning Moro Gulf. Kilub ning Lanao del Sur iyapin ing Danao Lanao, ing pekamaragul diling danao king Mindanao, nung nu ya karin ing Batis Maria Cristina, ing pekamaragul a batis king bangsa. Agpang keng 1 Agostu 2015 ning sensus, atin yang populasyun a 1,045,429 a katau kareng 121,372 a pamimalemale.

Tau at Kalinangan[mag-edit | alilan ya ing pikuwanan]

Karinan Managkat Pansin[mag-edit | alilan ya ing pikuwanan]

  • Mocado Kadingilan (Kadi Unos Compound)
  • Mindanao State University (Main Campus)
  • Kalookan Lake
  • Aga Khan Museum
  • Torogan (of Tuka)
  • Islamic Center of the Philippines (the country's largest dome)
  • Tallest Minarets of Mawawi

Geografia[mag-edit | alilan ya ing pikuwanan]

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Politika[mag-edit | alilan ya ing pikuwanan]

Ing Lanao del Sur atin yang 38 balen at 1 lakanbalen.

Lakanbalen[mag-edit | alilan ya ing pikuwanan]

Deng Balen[mag-edit | alilan ya ing pikuwanan]

Demograpiku[mag-edit | alilan ya ing pikuwanan]

Sensus ning Populasyun
Lanao del Sur
TaunPop.±% p.a.
1903 13,811—    
1918 65,531+10.94%
1939 144,010+3.82%
1948 212,312+4.41%
1960 378,327+4.93%
1970 455,508+1.87%
1975 499,882+1.88%
1980 404,971−4.12%
1990 599,637+4.00%
1995 686,193+2.56%
2000 800,162+3.35%
2007 1,138,544+4.98%
2010 933,260−6.98%
2015 1,045,429+2.19%
Sanggunian: Philippine Statistics Authority[2][3][4][5]

Panibatan[mag-edit | alilan ya ing pikuwanan]

Suglung Palwal[mag-edit | alilan ya ing pikuwanan]

Balen at Lakanbalen ning Lanao del Sur
Lakanbalen: Marawi Lakanbalen
Balen: Bacolod-Kalawi | Balabagan | Balindong | Bayang | Binidayan | Buadiposo-Buntong | Bubong | Bumbaran | Butig | Calanogas | Ditsaan-Ramain | Ganassi | Kapai | Kapatagan | Lumba-Bayabao | Lumbaca-Unayan | Lumbatan | Lumbayanague | Madalum | Madamba | Maguing | Malabang | Marantao | Marogong | Masiu | Mulondo | Pagayawan | Piagapo | Poona Bayabao | Pualas | Saguiaran | Sultan Dumalondong | Picong | Tagoloan II | Tamparan | Taraka | Tubaran | Tugaya | Wao
Labuad at Lalawigan ning Mindanao
Telapulung Zamboanga: Zamboanga del Norte | Zamboanga del Sur | Zamboanga Sibugay
Pangulung Mindanao: Bukidnon | Camiguin | Lanao del Norte | Misamis Occidental | Misamis Oriental
Labuad Davao: Davao de Oro | Davao del Norte | Davao del Sur | Davao Occidental | Davao Oriental
SOCCSKSARGEN: Cotabato | Sarangani | South Cotabato | Sultan Kudarat
Caraga: Agusan del Norte | Agusan del Sur | Dinagat Islands | Surigao del Norte | Surigao del Sur
BARMM: Basilan | Lanao del Sur | Maguindanao | Sulu | Tawi-Tawi