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Kamagayan (Pob.)
Barangay of
Cebu City
Island Group Visayas
Region Central Visayas
Province Cebu
City Cebu City
Area
Population
- Total 1,838
- Density/km²
Urbanisation urban
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Kamagayan (Pob.)

Kamagayan (Pob.) is a barangay of the philippine highly urbanized city Cebu City in the province Cebu in Central Visayas which is part of the Visayas group of islands. The highly urbanized city Cebu City with a population of about 798,809 and its 80 barangays belongs to the urban areas in the Philippines. Kamagayan (Pob.) had 1,838 residents by the end of 2007.

Kamagayan (Pob.) is one of the barangays which compose the center of Highly Urbanized City Cebu City.

Other barangays of Cebu City are:

Adlaon, Agsungot, Apas, Babag, Bacayan, Banilad, Basak Pardo, Basak San Nicolas, Binaliw, Bonbon, Budla-an (Pob.), Buhisan, Bulacao, Buot-Taup Pardo, Busay (Pob.), Calamba, Cambinocot, Camputhaw (Pob.), Capitol Site (Pob.), Carreta, Central (Pob.), Cogon Pardo, Cogon Ramos (Pob.), Day-as, Duljo (Pob.), Ermita (Pob.), Guadalupe, Guba, Hippodromo, Inayawan, Kalubihan (Pob.), Kalunasan, Kasambagan, Kinasang-an Pardo, Labangon, Lahug (Pob.), Lorega (Lorega San Miguel), Lusaran, Luz, Mabini, Mabolo, Malubog, Mambaling, Pahina Central (Pob.), Pahina San Nicolas, Pamutan, Pardo (Pob.), Pari-an, Paril, Pasil, Pit-os, Pulangbato, Pung-ol-Sibugay, Punta Princesa, Quiot Pardo, Sambag I (Pob.), Sambag II (Pob.), San Antonio (Pob.), San Jose, San Nicolas Central, San Roque (Ciudad), Santa Cruz (Pob.), Sapangdaku, Sawang Calero (Pob.), Sinsin, Sirao, Suba Pob. (Suba San Nicolas), Sudlon I, Sudlon II, T. Padilla, Tabunan, Tagbao, Talamban, Taptap, Tejero (Villa Gonzalo), Tinago, Tisa, To-ong Pardo, Zapatera


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