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Camarines Norte Province
is a crescent-shaped province that stretches northwest to the southeast. It faces Lamon Bay and the Pacific Ocean on the northeast and is bounded on the south by Camarines Sur and a portion of Quezon. Its terrain is characterized by rolling hills and mountains in the interior and fertile plains and valleys along the coast. Its total land area is 211,249 hectares divided into 12 municipalities, 283 barangays and 1 congressional district. Daet serves as the capital. It is classified as a 3rd class province.

Capital: Deat
Land Area: 2,320.07 km²
Population: 542,915 (2010)
Cities: -
Munacipalities: 12
Barangays: 282

People and Culture__

Its native inhabitants are called Bicolanos, with a dialect called Bicol. However, on the northern fringes of the province, the people speak an adulterated Bicol with influences of Tagalog.


Camarines Norte is known for its mineral deposits of gold, silver, iron, zinc, bull quartz, while its non-metallic minerals include sand, limestone, clay and kaolin. The waters of the province abound with fish and other marine products. Its farm lands are planted with coconut, banan, corn, palay and rootcrops. Farming and mining are its most important industries. Other industries are forestry products and fishing.


During the early years of Spanish rule, Camarines Norte was part of a province called Ambos Camarines. This was split into the northern and southern provinces in 1829 but was again merged in 1854. In 1857, the province was again separated and once more reunited in 1893. Finally, in March 10, 1917, the Philippine Legislature decreed the partition of Ambos Camarines into Camarines Norte and Camarines Sur. It was formally declared a province on March 10, 1917 unter Republic Act No. 2711.

Map of Camarines Norte Province
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