Ilagan, Isabela

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Ilagan, Isabela
Landmarks
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Seal
Location
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Government
Region Cagayan Valley (Region II)
Province Isabela
Mayor Hon. Jose Mari "Jay" L. Diaz
Barangays 91
Physical characteristics
Area 1,166.25 km²
Population
Total (2000) 119,990
Density 102.89/km²

Ilagan is a 1st class municipality in the province of Isabela, Philippines. It is the capital municipality and second largest town of Isabela (in land area), located at the junction of the Cagayan and Abuluan Rivers. According to the 2000 census, it has a population of 119,990 people in 24,085 households.

Ilagan, Isabela is about 96 kilometers of Tuguegarao, Cagayan and of approximately 410 kilometers of Manila being linked to by the National Highway via Dalton Pass.

It has an area of 1,166.26 sq. km., about 13% of the total land area of the province of Isabela


Ilagan, Isabela is politically subdivided into 91 barangays.

  • Anggasian
  • Alibagu
  • Alinguigan 1st
  • Alinguigan 2nd
  • Alinguigan 3rd
  • Arusip
  • Baculud
  • Bagong Silang
  • Bagumbayan
  • Baligatan
  • Ballacong
  • Bangag
  • Batong Labang
  • Bigao
  • Bliss Village
  • Cabannugan 1st
  • Cabannugan 2nd
  • Cabisera 2
  • Cabisera 3
  • Cabisera 4
  • Cabisera 5
  • Cabisera 6 & 24
  • Cabisera 7
  • Cabisera 8
  • Cabisera 9
  • Cabisera 10
  • Casisera 14 & 16
  • Cabisera 17
  • Cabisera 19
  • Cabisera 22
  • Cabisera 23
  • Cabisera 25
  • Cabisera 27
  • Cadu
  • Carikkikan Norte
  • Carikkikan Sur
  • Calamagui 1st
  • Calamagui 2nd
  • Camunatan
  • Capelan
  • Capo
  • Centro
  • Centro San Antonio
  • Fugu
  • Fuyo
  • Gayong-gayong Norte
  • Gayong-gayong Sur
  • Guinatan
  • Lullutan
  • Malalam
  • Malasin
  • Manaring
  • Mangkuram
  • Marana 1st
  • Marana 2nd
  • Marana 3rd
  • Minabang
  • Morado
  • Naguilian Norte
  • Naguilian Sur (Jonmar M. Requilman)
  • Namnama
  • Nanaguan
  • Osmeña
  • Paliueg
  • Pasa
  • Pilar
  • Quimalabasa
  • Rang-ayan
  • Rugao
  • Salindingan
  • San Andres
  • San Felipe
  • San Ignacio
  • San Isidro
  • San Juan
  • San Lorenzo
  • San Pablo
  • San Rodrigo
  • San Vicente
  • Sta. Barbara
  • Sta. Catalina
  • Sta. Isabel Norte
  • Sta. Isabel Sur
  • Sta. Victoria
  • Sto. Tomas
  • Siffu
  • Sindon Bayabo
  • Sindon Maride
  • Sipay
  • Tangcul
  • Villa Imelda

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