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San Roque West, La Union

San Roque West is a rural barangay in municipality of Agoo, La Union, Philippines. According to the latest census, it has a population of 1.455 Majority of its population, Pangasinense is the language spoken making it as the only barangay in Agoo ...


Apitong, Marinduque

Apitong is a barangay of Boac, Marinduque, Philippines whose present captain is Pedro Palmero who defeated Eric J. Madrigal in the 2007 national and barangay election. Madrigal had been barangay treasurer before deciding to run for barangay capta ...


Balagasan, Marinduque

Balagasan one of the barangays of Municipality of Boac, province of Marinduque, Philippines. It is 8.15 kilometers away from the town proper. Balagasan is surrounded by mountains and the Boac River. The name Balagasan came from the word Balagas, ...



Bagababoy is an island located in the Philippine island Province of Masbate. In 1919 it was described as wooded and "steep-to." The western side of the island has high cliffs.





Cagpating is an island located in the Philippine island Province of Masbate. It is a very steep island that was denoted in 1919 as being heavily wooded, and the west side of the island has prominent cliffs that are around 150 feet in height.


San Miguel Island (Masbate)

San Miguel Island is an island under the jurisdiction of the Philippine province of Masbate. The island has a lighthouse mounted atop a concrete tower. San Miguel Island is located "just off the northern tip" of Ticao Island.


Ticao Island

Ticao Island, is an island with a total land area of is one of the three major islands of Masbate province in the Philippines. It is separated from the Bicol Peninsula by the Ticao Pass. The other two major islands are Masbate Island and Burias I ...



Tumalaytay is an island located in the Philippine island Province of Masbate. Its elevation was recorded at 214 feet in 1919. The islands population as determined by the 2015 Census was 2.498.


Ilog Baliwag

Barangay Ilog Baliwag is one of the 16 barangays of Quezon, Nueva Ecija in the Central Luzon region, The Philippines. It is located in the eastern part of Quezon and is bounded by, clockwise, Barangay Bertese, Barangay San Miguel, Barangay Sto. T ...


Muñoz, Nueva Ecija


Calaocan, Bambang, Nueva Vizcaya

As reported by the National Statistics Office of the Philippines NSO, Nueva Vizcaya province is part of the Region II Cagayan Valley. The Province Code for Nueva Vizcaya is 50 and the Municipality Code for Bambang Municipality within Nueva Vizcay ...


Apo (island)

Apo Reef is a coral reef system in the Philippines situated on the western waters of Occidental Mindoro province in the Mindoro Strait. Encompassing 34 square kilometres 13 sq mi, it is the worlds second-largest contiguous coral reef system and t ...


Cabra Island

Cabra Island is the north-westernmost of the Lubang Group of Islands in the Verde Island Passage south of Luzon, Philippines. Politically, it is an island-barangay of Lubang, Occidental Mindoro.



Malavatuan is a small island located in the Occidental Mindoro province of the Philippines. It is around 3 miles north of eastern Ambil Island. In 1919 it was denoted as being covered in brushwood.



Mandaui is an island located in the Occidental Mindoro province of the Philippines. It is around.75 miles north of the eastern part of Ambil Island. The island has two "small hills of uneven height."



Tajud is a small island in the Philippines located on the north coast of Mindoro island. It is located in the Occidental Mindoro province of the Philippines. Its elevation was recorded at 150 feet in 1919.


Masin (island)


Victoria, Oriental Mindoro (barangay)

The barangay was named after Victoria Montesa, wife of the first Barrio Captain and one of the first settlers of the barrio. The first settlers were from the three distinct families, Montesa, Mugoy and Montoya, whose descendants still own the vas ...


Balabac Island

Balabac Island is the southern-most island of the Palawan province in the Philippines, only about 50 kilometres north from Sabah, Malaysia, across the Balabac Strait. Administratively, the island forms the main part of Balabac Municipality and is ...


Buena Suerte, Palawan

Buena Suerte, or more known as Zone II, is one of the eighteen barangays comprising the Municipality of El Nido in the province of Palawan in the Philippines. Its name literally means "Good Luck" in Spanish. During the Spanish era, Cabigsing, the ...


Lucbuan, Magsaysay, Palawan


Panitian, Quezon, Palawan

Panitian is a barangay in the municipality of Quezon of the province of Palawan, established through Republic Act No. 2593 enacted on June 21, 1959. Panitian was originally a sitio in Quezon, Palawan established by Zambal migrants coming from the ...


Rio Tuba

Rio Tuba is one of the populated barangays in the Municipality of Bataraza in the Province of Palawan in the Philippines. It is about 236 kilometers from Puerto Princesa City, the provincial capital. The town of Bataraza can be reached by bus, je ...


Santiago Island (Pangasinan)

Santiago Island is an island located off the northeast coast of Bolinao, Pangasinan, Philippines. It is composed of six barangays namely Binabalian, Goyoden, Lucero, Pilar, Salud, and Victory, all within the municipality of Bolinao. Located in th ...



Calmay is one of the 22 barangays of Laoac in the Province of Pangasinan. Etymologically, Calmay got its name from a tropical tree called "carmai" which was so abundant in the place until such time it vanished due to increase in settlements which ...



Labayug is a barangay located in Sison, a third class municipality in the province of Pangasinan, Philippines. The name Labayug comes from the combined words labba and bayug, two types of wood used to create rattan-like products. It is considered ...


Pao, Pangasinan

Barangay Pao is a partially urban barangay of Manaoag. At the 2007 census it had 3, 488 population with 852 households. It has a land area of 183.40 hectares. Its week-long celebration of annual Barangay Fiesta in honor of St. Catherine of Siena ...


San Carlos, Pangasinan


Urdaneta, Pangasinan


Andres Bonifacio (barangay)


Maestro de Campo

Maestro de Campo, also called Sibale and Concepcion is an island in the province of Romblon, Philippines. Concepcion, a Philippine sixth class municipality is located on Maestro de Campo. In 1919, most of Maestro de Campos residents were located ...


Maestro de Campo Island


Romblon (island)




Sibuyan Island

Sibuyan is a crescent-shaped island, the second largest in an archipelago comprising Romblon Province, Philippines. Located in the namesake Sibuyan Sea, it has an area of 445 square kilometres. The island has two prominent peaks, Mount Guiting-Gu ...


Simara Island


Libertad, Romblon

Barangay Libertad is one of the barangays in Odiongan, Romblon. It used to be a barrio. Its status evolved into a barangay by virtue of the Presidential Decree 557, which changed it from a barrio to a barangay in 1974. The former barrio included ...


Punta, Romblon

Punta is one of the 12 barangays of Municipality of Looc, Province of Romblon, Philippines. It is the sixth largest in land area with 611.45 hectares, and the second most populated to Poblacion population of 3.045 according to 2007 census with 29 ...


Bagacay, Gubat, Sorsogon

Bagacay is a barangay in the town of Gubat, Sorsogon, Philippines. According to the 2007 Census, Bagacay had 2.861 residents. It is also known as the most populated barangay in Gubat.


Bantog, Tarlac

Barangay Bantog is one of the 18 barangays of Anao Municipality, Tarlac, Philippines, located in the northern town of Anao and considered one of its most remote villages. Its area is 705.824 square meters and its population is currently 599. Bara ...


Cariño, Paniqui, Tarlac

Cariño is one of the 35 barangay of the municipality of Paniqui. It is situated along Mc Arthur Highway it is the 5th largest barangay in terms of Area and population. In 2010 it has a population of 4.554. 90% of the area arable and the remaining ...


San Rafael, Tarlac City

San Rafael is a barangay within Tarlac City, Philippines. According to local lore, sometime in 1947, a small barrio was given the name Barangay San Rafael after an alleged miracle when the image of Saint Rafael survived the fire engulfing the hou ...



Taguiporo is a small barangay situated at the Northern part of the municipality of Sta. Ignacia, Tarlac. It is the smallest barangay in the said municipality.


Capones Island

Capones Island, also known as Grand Capon or Capon Grande Island is a small island approximately 1.9 kilometers long by 0.4 kilometers wide, at its widest point, lying some 3.8 kilometers off the coast of the province of Zambales on western Luzon ...


Tanauan, Batangas


Baseco, Manila

The land which covers Baseco today was once the location of a dockyard of the National Shipyard and Steel Corporation NASSCO. In 1964, during the administration of then-President Ferdinand Marcos, NASSCO was acquired by the Romualdez family, the ...


BF Homes Caloocan

Barangay BF Homes Caloocan or Barangay 169 is a barangay of Caloocan, Metro Manila, Philippines. The barangay is known for having jurisdiction of the larger portions of the Banco Filipino-developed real estate projects in Northern Manila.


Krus na Ligas

Krus na Ligas is a barangay in Diliman, Quezon City in the Philippines. It is located within the premises of the University of the Philippines Diliman. It has a population of 21.513 based on the census conducted in 2015.


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