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Block from U+1720 to U+173F. This block was introduced in Unicode version 3.2 (2002). It contains 23 codepoints.

The Wikipedia provides the following information on block Hanunoo:

Hanunoo is a Unicode block containing characters used for writing the Hanunó'o language. It also contains the two punctuation marks which are unified characters for all the Philippine scripts.

Chart at Unicode.org (PDF)
Block at Decode Unicode

  1. Glyph for U+1720 Hanunoo Letter A
  2. Glyph for U+1721 Hanunoo Letter I
  3. Glyph for U+1722 Hanunoo Letter U
  4. Glyph for U+1723 Hanunoo Letter Ka
  5. Glyph for U+1724 Hanunoo Letter Ga
  6. Glyph for U+1725 Hanunoo Letter Nga
  7. Glyph for U+1726 Hanunoo Letter Ta
  8. Glyph for U+1727 Hanunoo Letter Da
  9. Glyph for U+1728 Hanunoo Letter Na
  10. Glyph for U+1729 Hanunoo Letter Pa
  11. Glyph for U+172A Hanunoo Letter Ba
  12. Glyph for U+172B Hanunoo Letter Ma
  13. Glyph for U+172C Hanunoo Letter Ya
  14. Glyph for U+172D Hanunoo Letter Ra
  15. Glyph for U+172E Hanunoo Letter La
  16. Glyph for U+172F Hanunoo Letter Wa
  17. Glyph for U+1730 Hanunoo Letter Sa
  18. Glyph for U+1731 Hanunoo Letter Ha
  19. Glyph for U+1732 Hanunoo Vowel Sign I
  20. Glyph for U+1733 Hanunoo Vowel Sign U
  21. Glyph for U+1734 Hanunoo Sign Pamudpod
  22. Glyph for U+1735 Philippine Single Punctuation
  23. Glyph for U+1736 Philippine Double Punctuation
  24. U+1737
  25. U+1738
  26. U+1739
  27. U+173A
  28. U+173B
  29. U+173C
  30. U+173D
  31. U+173E
  32. U+173F