|- population density||738.2 per km²|
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CALABARZON or Region IV-A is a Philippine region . The administrative center of the region has been the city of Calamba City since October 23, 2003 . The region has the highest population density next to Metro Manila .
CALABARZON and MIMAROPA were once merged as Southern Tagalog and were separated in 2002.
CALABARZON is an acronym made up of the names of the provinces in the region: CA (vite), LA (guna), BA (tangas), R (izal), (Que) ZON.
|Province / cities||Provincial
( km² )
|Cavite||Trece Martires City||3,678,301||1,574.17||2,336.66|
|Lucena City ¹||-||196.075||-||-|
- Antipolo City , Rizal
- Calamba City , Laguna
- Cavite City , Cavite
- Lipa City , Batangas
- San Pablo City , Laguna
- Santa Rosa City , Laguna
- Tagaytay City , Cavite
- Tanauan City , Batangas
- Trece Martires City , Cavite
- Tayabas City , Quezon
National parks and nature reserves
- Alabat Watershed Forest Reserve
- Alibijaban Wilderness Area
- Mounts Banahaw San Cristobal National Park
- Binahaan River Watershed Forest Reserve
- Buenavista Protected Landscape
- Calauag Watershed Reservation
- Hinulugang-Taktak National Park
- Lopez Watershed Forest Reserve
- Marikina Watershed Forest Reserve
- Mounts-Palay-Palay-Mataas-Na-Gulod-National Park
- Pamitinan Protected Landscape
- Maulawin Spring Protected Landscape
- Mulanay Watershed Forest Reserve
- Quezon National Park
- Taal Volcano National Park
The earliest artistic representations in the Philippines are in the administrative region. They have come to be known as the Angono petroglyphs . The largest church building in the administrative region is the Basilica of St. Martin von Tur , it is considered the largest church in Southeast and East Asia . Another minor basilica is the Basilica of St. Michael Archangel in Tayabas.
- ↑ 2015 Population Counts Summary. In: psa.gov.ph. Retrieved June 4, 2016 .
Coordinates: 14 ° 0 ′ N , 121 ° 30 ′ E