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Maqueda Channel

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Maqueda Channel

The Maqueda Channel is a strait located in Province of Catanduanes, Bicol Region, Philippines.

It is the passage between Lagonoy Gulf, a large gulf in the southeastern part of Luzon island and the Philippine Sea. It is separated by the Caramoan Peninsula in the north and Catanduanes Island in the east[1]

See also

  • Maqueda Channel


  1. ^ "Maqueda Channel, Philippines". 

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