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Ilocos Norte has 22 municipalities namely: Adams, Badoc, Bacarra, Bangui, Batac, Burgos, Carasi, Currimao, Dingras, Dumalmeg, Espiritu, Marcos, Nueva Era, Pagudpud, Paoay, Pasuquin,Piddig, Pinili, San Nicolas, Sarrat, Solsona and Vintar.
Laoag converted into a city on June 19, 1965 under R.A. 4584, remains as capital.
The municipalities and Laoag City are further subdivided into 550 barangays and 2 districts.
Laoag, Philippines is
approximately 475 Kms.
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The province experience's dry season from November to April and wet season from May to October. Annual rainfall is 2,067.2 mm while average temperature is 26.8 degree celcius. The province is occasionally visited tropical cyclones and storms during the southwest monsoon season.
Population of the province in 1990 was 461,661. Average annual growth rate is 1.68% while the density is 135.81 per square kilometer. The preliminary population count in 1995 recorded a 4.53% increase. Laoag City had a population of 88,300.
Ilocano(Iloko) is the major dialict. English and Filipino are the tools of instruction in schools.
Agriculture is the main livelihood of the people. Garlic is the principal cash crop. Fishing and manufacturing are other industries. Cottage industries include pottery, blacksmithing and furniture making.
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