[ kah-lah-pahn ]
/ ˌkɑ lɑˈpɑn /
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a seaport on NE Mindoro, in the central Philippines.
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How to use Calapan in a sentence
There, inasmuch as it was the capital, lived the corregidor, but the capital was later moved to Calapan.
The first convent established at Baco is later moved to Calapan.