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Victorias City is politically subdivided into 26 barangays.
Notable religions include:
- Roman Catholicism
- United Pentecostal Church International
- Baptist Bible Fellowship International
- Seventh-day Adventist Church
- The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Philippines
- Iglesia ni Cristo
- Jehovah's Witnesses
- Apostolic Pentecostalism
- Evangelical Protestantism
Notable churches include:
- St. Joseph the Worker Chapel, also known as the Angry Christ Church
- Ultrafidian Center
- The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Victorias City
- Our Lady of Victory Parish
St. Joseph the Worker Chapel
Within the Victorias Milling Company's complex is the St. Joseph the Worker Chapel, a masterpiece considered the first example of modern sacral architecture in the Philippines and raised to the status of Important Cultural Property by the National Museum of the Philippines in 2015. The chapel was designed by the famous Czech Architect Antonín Raymond.
Its mural of the Angry Christ was painted by international artist Alfonso Ossorio. The mural has been featured in various publications such as Life Magazine. Its fierce, vivid colors gave the church its most known name, the "Angry Christ Church".
The city celebrates the annual Kadalag-an Festival, a charter anniversary held on 21 March, and the annual Malihaw Festival on 26 April.
The city also celebrates the Kalamayan Festival every December. The word "Kalamayan" depicts what Victorias is known for, its “kalamay” or refined sugar and its sugar industry, the Victorias Milling Company.
- Noven Belleza - first champion of Tawag ng Tanghalan; born here
- Alfonso A. Ossorio - Filipino-American abstract expressionist artist; though born in Manila in 1916 to a Negros Occidental family, his Angry Christ Mural is connected to Victorias City
Notable educational institutions include:
- Central Philippines State University – Victorias City Campus
- Don Bosco Technical Institute, Victorias
- La Salle College–Victorias
- Negros Occidental National Science High School
- Colegio de Santa Ana de Victorias
- Victorias National High School
- Victorias Elementary School
- Laura Vicuña Women Development & Training Center (Hda.Malihao, Barangay XX, Victorias City)
- Jack & Jill School/Castleson High
- Victorias Profile at PhilAtlas.com
- Victorias City profile at the official website of Negros Occidental
- [[[:Template:NSCB detail]] Philippine Standard Geographic Code]
- Philippine census information
- Local Governance Performance Management System