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- Batanes consist of 10 tiny islands and islets namely: Batan,. Sabtang, Itbayat, Mavudis, Siayan, Diogo, North Island and. Y'ami.
- Endangered Languages in Revitalization Development and
- The other, uninhabited islands are Yam'i, North, Mavudis, Siayan, Di-nem, and Dequey. The province has a total island area of 230 sq.
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- 8 Abr 2010 kaninang umaga sa bahagi ng Mavudis Island sa Batanes.
- 律賓之巴丹群島遙遙相望，巴丹群島最北端的Mavudis 島，距離小蘭嶼. 99 公里，即 東經121 度5 分，北緯22 度間。 ∎ 陎積：48.3892 平方公里.
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- PLA Navy to conduct training drills in western Pacific over Lunar New Year
- The PLA Daily reported yesterday that a North Sea Fleet blue-water training flotilla had passed through the Bashi Channel in the South China Sea, between Mavudis Island, the northernmost of the Philippines' Batanes Islands, and Orchid Island, on Thursday.
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- Mavudis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Mavudis Island is the northernmost of the Batanes Islands and the northernmost island in the Philippines. It is part of the province of Batanes.
- Philippine Attractions - Mavudis Island - Localphilippines
- Mavudis is the northernmost island of Batanes. Coconut crabs (called "Tatus" by the locals) are bountiful on this island, which is surrounded by rich marine life.
- 11 Historic and Notable Islands of The Philippines | Trifter
- Jun 24, 2011 The northernmost island and point of the Philippines is Mavudis Island or Yami Island, a part of Itbayat, Batanes.
- Mavudis Island - WikiPilipinas: The Hip 'n Free Philippine
- Sep 9, 2007 Mavudis Island is the northernmost of the Batanes Islands and the northernmost island in the Philippines. It is part of the province of Batanes.
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