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“ Map of Batanes ”

“ Map of Batanes ”

“ Map of Batanes ”. “BATANES”. The provincial capital is Basco . With fewer than 16,000 inhabitants Land area: 230 square kilometers, Population: 18,000 Pristine islands posses a rich Ivatan culture Locals wear traditional articles of clothing

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