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Makati City

The official seal of Makati City depicts a
silhouette of the territory of Makati. At
the bottom is the Pasig River, located on
the northern border of the city. The
Guadalupe Church stands on the river
and is the oldest church in Makati; a
reference to Spanish religious
influences. Behind the church rises the
modern skyscrapers, for which Makati
is well-known. Behind the skyscrapers
are 33 rays representing the barangays
of Makati.

Marikina City

The official seal of the City of Marikina
bears the inscriptions Lungsod ng
Marikina, Pilipinas, the year 1630
referring to the founding date of the
municipality, and 1996 the year of
approval of the City Charter.
The two mountains represent the
majestic twin ranges of the Cordillera
and Sierra Madre between which the
Marikina Valley nestles, traversed by
the Marikina River.
The rising sun points to the eastern
location of the city, with each ray
representing the citys barangays.
The machinery gear symbolizes its
industries and the shoelast represents
the traditional manufacture of the city.
The torch focuses on the lofty and noble
ideals for human development and a
better quality of life, and is symbolic of
its Hispanic culture and tradition.
The bamboo underscores a mixture of
the peoples natural humility and
strength of character and also
emphasizes the citys transition from an
agricultural past to the urbanized,
industrial present; while the leaves and
branches symbolize order and serenity.
The bamboo and the wheel represent
the Marikina and its peoples respect
for, and protection of the environment
so as to remain in harmony with

Pasig City

City Seal
The woman (originally a mermaid)
represents the Mutya ng Pasig, the
idealism of perfection in all aspects
that epitomizes loyalty, goodwill and
splendor of the City of Pasig.
The body of water on both sides of the
woman is a suggestion of the Pasig
River connecting two bodies of water,
Laguna de Bay and Manila Bay. The
name Pasig is derived from Hindu
word meaning a body of water
connecting two other bodies of water.
On the lower left portion is the
Immaculate Conception Cathedral, one
of the oldest edifices in the city. It is
also the seat of the Roman Catholic
Diocese of Pasig.
On the lower right portion, it manifests
prosperity and progress of the city.

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