Cataingan

Masbate

Cataingan is a second class municipality in the province of Masbate, Philippines, about 77 kilometres (48 mi) southeast of Masbate City. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 49,078 people. Cataingan is one of the municipalities and cities of Masbate where Cebuano is the indigenous language.


In 1948, Placer, then a barrio of this town, was separated as a town by virtu ...

e of Republic Act No. 292, passed June 16, 1948. Three years later, in 1951, the barrios of Limbuhan, Guindawahan, Palho, Casabangan, Salvacion, Alegria, Tanke, Bundukan, Bugtong, and Cabangrayan were separated from Cataingan and created into the town of Limbuhan.


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