The Second-Largest Archipelago in the World

The Second-Largest Archipelago in the World


The Philippines has approximately 7,500 islands, with only 2,000 of them inhabited and nearly 5,000 still unnamed on global maps.


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The Philippine archipelago comprises about 7,641 islands, of which only about 2,000 are inhabited. They are clustered into the three major island groups of Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao.

More than 5,000 islands of the archipelago are yet to be named.

Follow the list on the link that breaks the islands down further by region and smaller island group for easier reference.


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The Philippines has approximately 7,500 islands, with only 2,000 of them inhabited and nearly 5,000 still unnamed on global maps.

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