Wikipedia:Tambayan Philippines/Assessment/Top-importance articles

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This page is part of the Tambayan Philippines assessment Department. This page aims to list which articles under the scope of Tambayan Philippines WikiProject have Top-importance.

Based on an estimate of 50,000 possible Philippine-related articles of any importance and using a factor of 5, then there are around 10,000 articles of at least Mid-importance, 2,000 articles of at least High-importance, and around 400-500 articles of Top-importance. It should then be possible to list all such Top-importance articles on this page.

Listing all Top-importance articles has the added benefit that there is a baseline against which the importance (High, Mid, or Low) of all other articles can be determined.

Uncategorized[edit]

  1. 1986 EDSA Revolution
  2. Andrés Bonifacio
  3. Antonio Luna
  4. Apolinario Mabini
  5. Arts of the Philippines
  6. Arturo Tolentino
  7. Association of Southeast Asian Nations
  8. Ati-Atihan Festival
  9. Bataan Death March
  10. Batangas City
  11. Bathala
  12. Battle of Mactan
  13. Benigno Aquino, Jr.
  14. Caloocan City
  15. Carlos P. Garcia
  16. Cavite Mutiny
  17. Chavacano language
  18. Cinema of the Philippines
  19. Claro M. Recto
  20. Communications in the Philippines
  21. Constitution of the Philippines
  22. Corazon Aquino
  23. Cultural Center of the Philippines
  24. Culture of the Philippines
  25. Cuisine of the Philippines
  26. Dagupan City
  27. Datu Kalantiaw
  28. Diego Silang
  29. Diosdado Macapagal
  30. Dolphy
  31. Douglas MacArthur
  32. Economy of the Philippines
  33. El Filibusterismo
  34. Elections in the Philippines
  35. Elpidio Quirino
  36. Emilio Aguinaldo
  37. Emilio Jacinto
  38. Felix Resurreccion Hidalgo
  39. Ferdinand Magellan
  40. Ferdinand Marcos
  41. Fernando Poe, Jr.
  42. Fidel V. Ramos
  43. First Quarter Storm
  44. Flag of the Philippines
  45. Florante at Laura
  46. Foreign relations of the Philippines
  47. Francisco Balagtas
  48. Freddie Aguilar
  49. Gloria Diaz
  50. Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo
  51. GOMBURZA
  52. Gregorio Aglipay
  53. Gregorio del Pilar
  54. Henry Sy
  55. History of the Philippines
  56. Ibong Adarna
  57. Islam in the Philippines
  58. Jaime Cardinal Sin
  59. Jeepney
  60. Jose Abad Santos
  61. Jose P. Laurel
  62. José Rizal
  63. Joseph Estrada
  64. Juan de la Cruz
  65. Juan Luna
  66. Lapu-Lapu
  67. Lea Salonga
  68. Leandro Locsin
  69. Literature of the Philippines
  70. Lorenzo Ruiz
  71. Lucena City
  72. Lucio Tan
  73. Lupang Hinirang
  74. Malolos Congress
  75. Manuel L. Quezon
  76. Manuel Roxas
  77. Marcelo del Pilar
  78. Martial law in the Philippines
  79. Masskara Festival
  80. Miguel López de Legazpi
  81. Moriones festival
  82. Music of the Philippines
  83. Napoleon Abueva
  84. National Assembly of the Philippines
  85. Noli Me Tangere (novel)
  86. Pedro Calungsod
  87. Philippine peso
  88. Philippine Propaganda Movement
  89. Philippine Revolution
  90. Philippine-American War
  91. Political history of the Philippines
  92. President of the Philippines
  93. Protestants in the Philippines
  94. Ramon Magsaysay
  95. Religion in the Philippines
  96. Roman Catholicism in the Philippines
  97. Sandugo
  98. Sergio Osmeña
  99. Sinulog festival
  100. Spanish-American War
  101. Sports in the Philippines
  102. Transportation in the Philippines
  103. Treaty of Paris (1898)
  104. Tydings-McDuffie Act
  105. University of the Philippines
  106. University of the Philippines, Diliman
  107. University of Santo Tomas
  108. Vice President of the Philippines
  109. William Howard Taft

The list[edit]

Places

TOTAL: xxx

  1. Geography of the Philippines
  2. Administrative divisions of the Philippines

Islands and island groups

[1]
  1. Babuyan Islands
  2. Basilan
  3. Batanes
  4. Bohol
  5. Boracay
  6. Catanduanes
  7. Cebu
  8. Corregidor
  9. Hundred Islands National Park
  10. Luzon
  11. Leyte (island)
  12. Mactan
  13. Marinduque
  14. Mindanao
  15. Mindoro
  16. Negros
  17. Palawan
  18. Panay
  19. Polillo Islands
  20. Romblon
  21. Samar (island)
  22. Spratly Islands
  23. Sulu Archipelago
  24. Tawi-Tawi
  25. Visayas

Other landforms (mountains, etc.)

[2]
  1. Bataan (peninsula)
  2. Cagayan Valley
  3. Chocolate Hills
  4. Cordillera Central (Luzon)
  5. Kanlaon
  6. Mayon Volcano
  7. Mount Apo
  8. Mount Banahaw
  9. Mount Halcon
  10. Mount Pinatubo
  11. Mount Pulag
  12. Sierra Madre (Philippines)
  13. Taal Volcano
  14. Zamboanga Peninsula

Bodies of water

[3]
  1. Bohol Sea
  2. Cagayan River
  3. Celebes Sea
  4. Davao Gulf
  5. Laguna de Bay
  6. Lake Lanao
  7. Leyte Gulf
  8. Lingayen Gulf
  9. Luzon Strait
  10. Manila Bay
  11. Pasig River
  12. Philippine Sea
  13. Sibuyan Sea
  14. South China Sea
  15. Subic Bay
  16. Sulu Sea
  17. Taal Lake
  18. Visayan Sea

Regions

  1. Regions of the Philippines
  2. Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao
  3. Bicol Region
  4. CALABARZON
  5. Caraga
  6. Central Luzon
  7. Central Visayas
  8. Cordillera Administrative Region
  9. Davao Region
  10. Eastern Visayas
  11. Ilocos Region
  12. Metro Manila
  13. MIMAROPA
  14. Northern Mindanao
  15. SOCCSKSARGEN
  16. Western Visayas

Already listed elsewhere:

Provinces

  1. Provinces of the Philippines
  2. Aklan
  3. Albay
  4. Basilan
  5. Batanes
  6. Batangas
  7. Benguet
  8. Bulacan
  9. Cagayan
  10. Camarines Sur
  11. Cavite
  12. Cotabato (province)
  13. Davao del Norte
  14. Davao del Sur
  15. Ifugao
  16. Ilocos Norte
  17. Ilocos Sur
  18. Iloilo
  19. Isabela
  20. La Union
  21. Laguna (province)
  22. Lanao del Norte
  23. Lanao del Sur
  24. Leyte (province)
  25. Maguindanao
  26. Masbate
  27. Misamis Oriental
  28. Mountain Province
  29. Negros Occidental
  30. Negros Oriental
  31. Nueva Ecija
  32. Pampanga
  33. Pangasinan
  34. Quezon
  35. Rizal
  36. Sorsogon
  37. South Cotabato
  38. Southern Leyte
  39. Sultan Kudarat
  40. Sulu
  41. Surigao del Norte
  42. Tarlac
  43. Tawi-Tawi
  44. Zambales
  45. Zamboanga del Norte
  46. Zamboanga del Sur

Already listed elsewhere:

Cities and municipalities

  1. Cities of the Philippines
  2. Municipalities of the Philippines
  3. Angeles City
  4. Bacolod City
  5. Baguio City
  6. Butuan City
  7. Cagayan de Oro City
  8. Cebu City
  9. Cotabato City
  10. Davao City
  11. Dumaguete City
  12. General Santos City
  13. Iligan City
  14. Iloilo City
  15. Legazpi City
  16. Makati City
  17. Manila
  18. Marawi City
  19. Naga City
  20. Olongapo City
  21. Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro
  22. Puerto Princesa City
  23. Quezon City
  24. San Fernando City, Pampanga
  25. Tacloban City
  26. Tagaytay City
  27. Vigan City
  28. Zamboanga City

Other places

  1. Aguinaldo Shrine
  2. Bangsamoro
  3. Banaue Rice Terraces
  4. Barangay
  5. Batasang Pambansa
  6. Clark International Airport
  7. Epifanio de los Santos Avenue
  8. Intramuros, Manila
  9. Rizal Park
  10. Mactan-Cebu International Airport
  11. Magellan's Cross
  12. Malacañang Palace
  13. Metro Cebu
  14. Ninoy Aquino International Airport
  15. North Luzon Expressway
  16. South Luzon Expressway

People

TOTAL:

  1. Demographics of the Philippines
  2. Ethnic groups in the Philippines
  3. Indigenous peoples of the Philippines
  4. Filipino American
  5. Filipino people
  6. Overseas Filipino
  7. Pinoy

Ethnic groups

  1. Aeta
  2. Bajau
  3. Bicolano people
  4. Cebuano people
  5. Chinese Filipino
  6. Hiligaynon people
  7. Igorot
  8. Ilocano people
  9. Kapampangan people
  10. Lumad
  11. Mangyan
  12. Moro (ethnic group)
  13. Pangasinan people
  14. Tagalog people
  15. Visayans
  16. Waray people

History

Politics

Fine arts

Science and Academe

Entertainment/Showbiz

Sports

Business/Economy

Linguistics

  1. Languages of the Philippines
  2. Baybayin
  3. Bikol language
  4. Bikol languages
  5. Cebuano language
  6. Filipino language
  7. Hiligaynon language
  8. Ilokano language
  9. Kapampangan language
  10. Kinaray-a language
  11. Maguindanao language
  12. Maranao language
  13. Pangasinan language
  14. Philippine English
  15. Spanish in the Philippines
  16. Tausug language
  17. Waray-Waray language

Periods ands events

Organizations and institutions

Government

  1. Politics of the Philippines
  2. Armed Forces of the Philippines
  3. Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas
  4. Commonwealth of the Philippines
  5. Congress of the Philippines
  6. House of Representatives of the Philippines
  7. Philippine National Police
  8. Senate of the Philippines
  9. Supreme Court of the Philippines

Politics and ideologies

  1. Abu Sayyaf
  2. Communist Party of the Philippines
  3. Katipunan
  4. La Liga Filipina
  5. La Solidaridad
  6. Moro Islamic Liberation Front
  7. Moro National Liberation Front
  8. New People's Army
  9. Sultanate of Maguindanao
  10. Sultanate of Sulu

Business and Economy

  1. Asian Development Bank
  2. Ayala Corporation
  3. Jollibee
  4. Meralco
  5. Philippine Airlines
  6. San Miguel Corporation

Religion

  1. El Shaddai (movement)
  2. Iglesia ni Cristo
  3. Philippine Independent Church

Others

  1. Manila Bulletin
  2. Philippine Daily Inquirer
  3. Philippine General Hospital
  4. Philippine Star

Flora and fauna

  1. Abacá
  2. Carabao
  3. Philippine Eagle
  4. Philippine Tarsier
  5. Tamaraw

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ This should include the three island groupings, the largest islands, notable smaller islands (e.g., Boracay), notable groups of islands (e.g., Sulu Archipelago).
  2. ^ This should include the highest mountains, the major mountain ranges, the most active volcanoes, the culturally-significant/notable mountains/volcanoes (e.g., Mount Banahaw), important peninsulas, plains, etc.
  3. ^ This should include the major seas, notable/longest rivers, largest/notable lakes, notable waterfalls, important straits, etc.