Below are the list of zip code in Marikina:
|J de la Pena||1804|
|North/West of Marikina River||1806|
Did you know that Marikina was the capital of the Province of Manila from 1898 to 1899? Marikina City or Lungsod ng Marikina. According to Marikina website’s statistics, It is subdivided into 16 barangays and have 2 districts. It’s primary industry is Shoemaking.
Marikina was given the title the “Shoe Capital of the Philippines” because of its notable shoe industry. Shoemakers in the city recently finished creating the World’s Largest Pair of Shoes and it was only recently that the Guinness World Records recognized this feat. The Shoe Museum located in the city is the home of the famous shoe collection of the former First Lady Imelda Marcos, shoes of the world leaders, past presidents, famous celebrities and persons, shoes of different countries around the world etc., and contains the largest collection of pair of shoes in the world.
Trivia from Kuya Kim Atienza’s Twitter:
showtime trivia 1: marikina, home of worlds largest shoe is a south american word meaning “marmoset” or small monkey.
— kim atienza (@kuyakim_atienza) June 13, 2011
“marikina, home of worlds largest shoe is a south american word meaning “marmoset” or small monkey.”
If you’re looking for Marikina City Zip Codes especially in Brgy. Parang, Fortune, Barangka, Sta. Elena, and Tumana then you are on the right site.
- Three out of the top four universities in Metro Manila have their own ZIP codes:
ADMU – 0917
DLSU – 0922
UP – 1101
2. The Philippines has a four-digit number code.
In Metro Manila, it represents the barangay within a city or city district where a mail or package is to be sent.
3. The municipality of Pateros only has three ZIP codes, despite having 10 barangays:
Aguho = 1620
Sta. Ana = 1621
San Roque = 1622
4. These are the most expensive ZIP codes in Metro Manila for house and lot homebuyers:
Real estate properties can cost as much as a cool half a billion pesos.
Dasmariñas Village = 1221 and 1222
Forbes Park = 1219 and 1220
Urdaneta Village = 1225
Ayala Alabang Village = 1780
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