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Leyte
is a province of the Philippines that is located in the Eastern Visayas region. Its capital is Tacloban City and occupies the northern three-quarters of the Leyte Island. Leyte is located west of Samar Island, north of Southern Leyte and south of Biliran. To the west of Leyte across the Camotes Sea is Cebu Province.

BRIEF PROFILE
Capital: Tacloban City
Land Area: 5,901.5 km²
Population: 1,544,251
Cities: Tacloban, Baybay, Ormoc
Munacipalities: 41
Barangays: 1,641
Districts: 1st to 5th districts of Leyte
Languages: Waray-Waray, Cebuano, English

The People

The people of Leyte are divided into two main groups, primarily by language. In the west and south are the Cebuanos, while in the north and east is the Waray-Waray (Leyte dialect).

There are also some Spanish mestizos and some natives of the province who can speak and understand Spanish due to the colonial history of the province.


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