Sarrat

Ilocos Norte





Sarrat Church


Sarrat is a fourth class municipality in the province of Ilocos Norte, Philippines. It is situated geographically just southeast of Laoag City, the capital of the province. Sarrat is bounded by the cities and municipalities of Batac to the southwest, San Nicolas to the west, Laoag to the northwest, Piddig to the northeast, Dingras t ...

o the east, the town of Marcos to the southeast, and a small portion of Banna to the south. The town is traversed and divided into two by the Padsan River, creating a north and south areas that are connected by the Sarrat Bridge. According to the last census of May 2010, Sarrat has a population of 24,770 people in 5,339 households.


The town is known as the birthplace of Ferdinand Marcos, the 10th President of the Philippines and for Sarrat Church, the largest church in the province and an Important Cultural Property of the Philippines.


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