Lasam

Cagayan

Lasam is a municipality in the Province of Cagayan in the Philippines. According to the census of May 1, 2010, the Municipality of Lasam has a population of 36,994 people with 21,391 registered voters. It is classified as a third class municipality in terms of income classification.


The town was once a part of the Municipality of Gattaran, that stretches the width of the province and ...

bisected by the Cagayan River. The barangays west of the river was established as the separate town of Lasam in 1950 by Republic Act No. 507. The new municipality of Lasam became part of the Second Representative District of the Province of Cagayan, while Gattaran is in the First District.


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