Borongan

Borongan

The City of Borongan is a component city and the provincial capital of the province of Eastern Samar, Philippines. It is bounded on the north by the municipality of San Julian, in the south by the municipality of Maydolong, in the west by the Samar municipalities of Hinabangan, Calbiga, Pinabacdao and Basey, and in the east by the Pacific Ocean. Its cityhood was settled by the Supreme Court of the Philippines when it decided with finality on April 12, 2011 the constitutionality of its city charter, Republic Act 9394, which conferred upon and elevated the status of the municipality of Borongan into a component city of the province of Eastern Samar.

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Borongan - Tourism - City Parks
... From underneath this giant clamshell bubbles and flows the Hamorawon natural spring, the only one place in the entire province of Eastern Samar which has a naturally-occurring fresh-water spring, flowing from the very center of the city itself towards the Lo-om River a short distance downstream ... The waters of this spring has been said to be miraculous the site itself having allegedly been the place where appearances of a lady in white (supposed to be the patroness saint of the city) have reportedly been seen ...
List Of Hospitals In The Philippines - Visayas - Eastern Samar
... Hospital - Barangay Garden, Arteche Baconawa Hospital - Rizal Street, Llorente Borongan Doctors' Hospital - Songco, Borongan City Can-avid Municipal Hospital - National Road ... Samar Provincial Hospital - Songco, Borongan City Felipe Abrigo Memorial Hospital - Hillsview, Guiuan General MacArthur Municipal Hospital - General ...
Borongan Airport
... Borongan City Airport (Filipino Paliparan ng Lungsod ng Borongan, Waray-Waray Luparan han Syudad han Borongan) (ICAO RPVW) is an airport serving the general area of ...
Eastern Samar State University - History
... Some 120 Students held sessions in a rented building in Borongan ... later established in Malbog, far-flung barrio of Borongan, reach only by climbing steep mountains and by crossing creeks ... away from the provincial capital city of Borongan ...