Carranglan History, Tourist Spots, Festival

Carranglan is a 1st class landlocked municipality of Nueva Ecija Province in Central Luzon Region, Philippines.

Carranglan Nueva Ecija
Welcome Arch of Carranglan, Nueva Ecija (Credit: Ramon FVelasquez via wiki commons)

Profile of Carranglan Municipality (Geography)
Location –> Northeastern part of Nueva Ecija Province in Central Luzon, Philippines (See map below)
Neighboring Towns –> Sta. Fe in Nueva Vizcaya (north), Alfonso Castaneda in Nueva Vizcaya (east), Pantabangan, San Jose City, and Lupao (south), San Quintin and Natividad in Pangasinan (west)
Area –> 705.31 km2 (272.32 sq mi)
Population –> 41,131 (2015 Census)
Revenue (2016) –> 164,446,285.15
Barangays –> 17
Terrain –> Mountainous with narrow river valleys
Industries –> Agriculture, Trading, Tourism
Major Products –> Rice, Corn, Vegetables, Poultry, Handicraft, Home-made Food Items
People/Language –> Ilocano, Tagalog, Gaddangs, English
Legislative District –> 2nd
Government Officials
Congressman –> Micaela S. Violago
Mayor –> Mary Abad
Vice Mayor –> Efren Alfonso Jr.

History of Carranglan

In 1903, Carranglan registered a total of 1,468 residents. After the war, there were 6,328 people who called Carranglan their home.

Economy of Carranglan

Carranglan is an agricultural town where rice, corn and vegetables are the major products.

Tourist Spots in Carranglan

Aloha Falls
San Nicolas de Tolentino Parish Church

Festivals in Carranglan

Binhi Festival
Tinapay Festival

Map of Carranglan Municipality in Nueva Ecija

See also: Profile of Mayor Mary Abad, Governor Aurelio Umali

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