With the Philippines being a typhoon belt in the Pacific, natural landforms such as hills and mountain ranges take part of being a vital role in protecting the country from these typhoons. As the Sierra Madre Mountain Range serve as its backbone for being the strongest natural defense against typhoons in Luzon, developments swarm around the site of Sierra Madre latterly that renders the mountain ranges useless against storm gradually as these infrastructures rise.
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The Philippines, an archipelagic sovereign country in Southeast Asia, is one of several nations most often affected by calamities and severe weather such as typhoons. Camarines Sur is one of the provinces in the country that is most prone to disasters. It is vulnerable to tropical cyclones coming from the Pacific Ocean because of its geophysical location. For the first time in several years, it witnessed a typhoon parade in which two powerful tropical cyclones successively struck the province with torrential rains, floods, and landslides.