Metro Manila


Metro Manila
Der Bezirk Metro Manila / National Capital Region

Die Metropolregion Manila (Filipino: Kalakhang Maynila) oder die National Capital Region (NCR) (Filipino: Pambansang Punong Rehiyon;dt: Nationale Hauptstadtregion) ist die Metropolregion um die Stadt Manila, der Hauptstadt der Philippinen, und zugleich ein Bezirk auf der philippinischen Hauptinsel Luzon. Ihre Gesamteinwohnerzahl beträgt 11.553.427 Menschen (Volkszählung 1. August 2007). Die Metro Manila ist eine von insgesamt zwölf Metropolregionen auf den Philippinen.[1]

Sie umfasst einschließlich der eigentlichen Stadt Manila 16 weitere Städte (Caloocan, City of Manila, Las Piñas, Makati, Malabon, Mandaluyong, Marikina, Muntinlupa, Navotas, Parañaque, Pasay, Pasig, Quezon City, San Juan del Monte, Taguig, Valenzuela) und die Gemeinde Pateros. Metro Manila ist das politische, wirtschaftliche, kulturelle und industrielle Ballungszentrum des Landes.

Städte und Gemeinden

Städte und Gemeinden der Nationalen Hauptstadtregion
Stadt/Gemeinde Einwohner (a) Fläche (a) Einwohner/km²
Erster Bezirk (Stadt Manila)
Manila, Stadt 1.660.714 38,55 km² 43.079
Zweiter Bezirk (Nordost-Metro Manila)
Mandaluyong, Stadt 305.576 11,26 km² 27.138
Marikina, Stadt 424.610 33,97 km² 12.500
Pasig, Stadt 617.301 31,00 km² 19.913
Quezon City, Stadt 2.679.450 161,12 km² 16.630
San Juan, Stadt 125.338 5,94 km² 21.101
Dritter Bezirk (Nordwest-Metro Manila)
Caloocan, Stadt 1.378.856 53,33 km² 25.855
Malabon, Stadt 363.681 15,76 km² 23.076
Navotas, Stadt 245.344 10,77 km² 22.780
Valenzuela, Stadt 568.928 44,58 km² 12.762
Vierter Bezirk (Süd-Metro Manila)
Las Piñas, Stadt 532.330 41,54 km² 12.815
Makati, Stadt 510.383 27,36 km² 18.654
Muntinlupa, Stadt 452.943 46,70 km² 9.699
Parañaque, Stadt 552.660 47,69 km² 11.589
Pasay, Stadt 403.064 19,00 km² 21.214
Pateros 61.940 2,10 km² 29.495
Taguig, Stadt 613.343 47,88 km² 12.810
(a) Daten der Volkszählung vom 1. August 2007[2]

Einzelnachweise

  1. Building Globally Competitive Metro Areas in the Philippines. In: Devpulse. National Economic and Development Authority, 30. August 2007, abgerufen am 20. September 2010 (pdf, englisch, Vol.XI No.2): „Among the 12 metropolitan areas in the country […], Metro Manila contributes the most to the national economy.“
  2. Census of Population-National Capital Region. National Statistics Office, 1. August 2007, abgerufen am 20. September 2010 (pdf, englisch).

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