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Land and Resources, Coastline

sheltered harbor, Manila Bay, gulfs, inlets, Philippines

With its numerous islands, the Philippines has a total coastline of about 36,290 km (22,550 mi). The coastline is irregular, with numerous bays, gulfs, and inlets. Manila Bay, with its superb naturally sheltered harbor, is the most commercially important. Also significant is the wide, unsheltered Davao Gulf of southeastern Mindanao.



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