Romblon Maps, the Province of Romblon is a cluster of twenty islands lying at the center of the Philippine archipelago. It is completely surrounded by deep waters with Sibuyan Sea on the north, east and south, and Tablas Strait on the west. Romblon’s three major islands are Tablas, Romblon, and Sibuyan, forming the largest and populated areas.
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Dubbed as the “Marble Country” which fittingly describes the rich deposits of marble found all over the province. In fact, all the islands of Romblon have marble. The substructure of the island and its neighboring islets are of marble. Quarries on these islands produce raw marble for sculpture and construction purposes. Romblon is the only place in the Southeast Asia with the marble deposits of commercial value. Experts say that Romblon marbles are equal to Italian marbles in quality.