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Lianga Barangays

Lianga is a philippine municipality. It is located in the province Surigao Del Sur in Region XIII Caraga which is a part of the Mindanao group of islands. The municipality Lianga is seated about 51 km south of province capital City Of Tandag and about 864 km south-east of Philippine main capital Manila. The geographic coordinates of Lianga are 8° 37' 59'' N, 126° 5' 59'' E.

Administratively the Municipality of Lianga is subdivided into 13 barangays. One forms the center of the city wheras the other 12 are in the outlying areas. Some of them are even several kilometers away from the center of the Municipality.

No. Name PSGC-Code Area
in km²
Urbanisation Population
1 Anibongan 166811001 - rural 1,037
2 Banahao 166811002 - rural 2,061
3 Ban-as 166811003 - rural 1,370
4 Baucawe 166811004 - rural 1,034
5 Diatagon 166811005 - rural 6,509
6 Ganayon 166811006 - rural 738
7 Liatimco 166811007 - rural 1,636
8 Manyayay 166811008 - rural 1,949
9 Payasan 166811009 - rural 1,686
10 Poblacion 166811010 - urban 4,454
11 Saint Christine 166811011 - rural 2,279
12 San Isidro 166811012 - rural 1,096
13 San Pedro 166811013 - rural 1,157

According to the 2007 census, Lianga has a population of 27,006 residents and is part of the big group of 1073 cities and municipalities in the Philippines which have more than 10.000 residents but did not reach 50.000 population yet. Based on the number of its inhabitants Lianga is number 951 of the most populous cities of the Philippines and at 265 in Mindanao group of islands and at 9 of the most populous cities of province Surigao Del Sur. With an area of 161.12 km² Lianga is one of the cities with a smaller urban area. Based on its area area, it ranks only as the 15th of the smallest cities of the province of Surigao Del Sur.

According to the Philippine income classification for provinces, cities and municipalities Lianga is a 4th class municipality. The urbanization status of Lianga is classified as partly urban.

Among the bigger cities and muni­ci­pa­li­ties in the neigh­bor­hood of Lianga there are Butuan City (Agusan Del Norte) 71 km west-north-west, City Of Bayugan (Agusan Del Sur) 43 km north-west, Prosperidad (Agusan Del Sur) 23 km west-south-west, Laak (San Vicente) (Compostela Valley) 94 km south-south-west, City Of Bislig 52 km south-south-east, Monkayo (Compostela Valley) 91 km south, City Of Tandag 51 km north, City Of Cabadbaran (Agusan Del Norte) 82 km north-west, Esperanza (Agusan Del Sur) 64 km west as well as 19 km south-west of Lianga the municipality San Francisco (Agusan Del Sur).



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