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Governor Dasmariñas, a Knight of Santiago, was a native of Galicia, Spain and a former magistrate of Murcia and Cartagena, Spain who brought a lot of economic improvements during the early days of colonization.Toward the end of 1866, the new town Perez-Dasmariñas had complied with the requirements of a typical Philippine town.It is located 30 kilometres (19 mi) south of Manila.The growing congestion and outward urban expansion of the Metropolitan Manila Area has led to rapid development of the city.An ensemble of nipa houses in the other barrios of the hacienda like Malinta, Nancaan, Salacay, Paliparan, Malagasang and Salitran were grouped and migrated into a reduccion (reduction) in Tampus in 1866.Reduccion originally meant the religious and civic aspects of missionary activities.Barrio Salawag is believed to be the old barrio Salacay.The word "salawag" refers to long bamboo poles to which nipa roofing are tied up.
Dasmariñas was named after Gómez Pérez Dasmariñas, the 7th Spanish governor-general of the Philippines who served from 1590 to 1593.
At that time, there were only 643 inhabitants in Tampus, the heart of the community.
After thorough discussions, the Gobierno Civil Superior of the Islands approved the creation of the new town on May 12, 1864 with Don Juan Ramirez elected as gobernadorcillo (town head).
Sometimes, the name of a barrio is taken from its location, as in the case of Barrio Burol which suggests the high location of the barrio.
Sabang on the other hand means "crossroad" or "crossing".