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About North Cotabato
This province is currently known as Cotabato, as it was through Batas Pambansa Blg. 660 that North Cotabato was renamed. In 1998, it was the 5th poorest province in the country, but it showed signs of improvement when in 2004, the territory became the Region’s prime investment area.
Cotabato’s top tourist spots are the Grand Mosque, which can fit 800 male and 400 female worshippers, Tamontaka Church, Cotobato City’s first Church built in 1872, and the Al Jamela Weaving Center, where the inaul weaving process can be observed.
Jay Jaboneta, former Head for New Media under the Presidential Communications Operations Office, Kublai Millan, the Sculptor behind “Kampilan” in Sultan Kudarat, and Romero Duno, a professional boxer, have lived in Cotabato.
Official website: cotabatoprov.gov.ph