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The inhabitants went to search for it and subsequently found it near a lipa tree. This was interpreted as a sign that the patron wanted the entire settlement to relocate to where the tree was. The new settlement, which presumably was the one in Lumang Lipa, was also named Lipa.
The City of Lipa was once known as the coffee center of the world. Currently, it is also known to be the \u201cLittle Rome of the Philippines\u201d being home to several Catholic churches, convents, seminaries, Catholic schools, and retreat houses.
Lipa City Batangas is also known for its rich culture and is dubbed as the little Rome of the Philippines because of its churches, convents, seminaries, and many more. It also celebrates many festivals such as Coffee Festival, Lomi Festival, among others.
Lipa, chartered city, southwestern Luzon, Philippines. Formerly a Spanish military headquarters, it is a market town for a fruit-growing region. Lipa was rebuilt (including its cathedral) after a disastrous volcanic eruption in 1754 and again after its virtual destruction under Japanese occupation during World War II.
The City of Lipa was once known as the coffee center of the world. Currently, it is also known to be the \u201cLittle Rome of the Philippines\u201d being home to several Catholic churches, convents, seminaries, Catholic schools, and retreat houses.
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Early history says that the first settlers of the city were war-like descendants of the two Bornean Datus Dumangsil and Balikasusa between the 10th and 13th century AD.
Lipa, officially known as the City of Lipa (Tagalog: Lungsod ng Lipa; locally [l\u026a\u02c8p\u0250]), is a 1st class component city in the province of Batangas, Philippines. According to the 2020 census, it has a population of 372,931 people.
Lipa, chartered city, southwestern Luzon, Philippines. Formerly a Spanish military headquarters, it is a market town for a fruit-growing region. Lipa was rebuilt (including its cathedral) after a disastrous volcanic eruption in 1754 and again after its virtual destruction under Japanese occupation during World War II.
Lipa City, Batangas is also a city that is safe from major natural disasters. The city is not located near a major fault line which makes it safe from earthquakes.
The main product of the city is its coffee grains. They are also known for being the country's provider of \u201ckapeng barako\u201d. Other farm products include rice, coconut, root crops and vegetables.

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