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Tarlac

Tarlac was previously part of Pampanga and Pangasinan. It was the last territory in Central Luzon to be under the Spanish influence in 1874. The province got its name from a weed known to the locals as “malatarlak,.” (in Spanish, “tarlac”) which can only be found The plant is only present in the Northern region. Tarlac - the Melting Pot of Central Luzon - is mostly known for its agricultural produce and an array of comfort food such as rice cakes and , bagnet, best- celebrated its vast rice fields, open areas, and refreshing landscapes.

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Tarlac

Tarlac was previously part of Pampanga and Pangasinan. It was the last territory in Central Luzon to be under the Spanish influence in 1874. The province got its name from a weed known to the locals as “malatarlak,.” (in Spanish, “tarlac”) which can only be found The plant is only present in the Northern region. Tarlac - the Melting Pot of Central Luzon - is mostly known for its agricultural produce and an array of comfort food such as rice cakes and , bagnet, best- celebrated its vast rice fields, open areas, and refreshing landscapes.

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