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    • When the highly urbanized city of Butuan is included for geographical purposes, the province's population is 691,566 people, with a density of undefined PD/sqkm.Agusan del Norte-Wikipedia
    • The Rajahnate of Butuan, a fully Hindu kingdom mentioned in Chinese records as a tributary state in the 10th century, was concentrated along the northeastern coast of the island around Butuan.Mindanao-Wikipedia
    • War was also waged against the Sultanate of Ternate and Tidore (in response to Ternatean slaving and piracy against Spain's allies: Bohol and Butuan).Spanish Empire-Wikipedia
    • There are archaeological sites, historical ruins, and museums in Butuan.Mindanao-Wikipedia
    • The flourishing of trade in the Bohol "kingdom" is owed to its strategic location along the busy trading channels of Cebu and Butuan.Bohol-Wikipedia
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