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Silanga
Barangay of
Tangub City
Island Group Mindanao
Region Northern Mindanao
Province Misamis Occidental
City Tangub City
Area
Population
- Total 1,392
- Density/km²
Urbanisation rural
Location in the Philippines:

Silanga

Silanga is a barangay of the philippine component city Tangub City in the province Misamis Occidental in Northern Mindanao which is part of the Mindanao group of islands.

Silanga is one of the barangays which are in the outlying area of Component City Tangub City.

The component city Tangub City with a population of about 56,644 and its 55 barangays belong to the partly urban areas in the Philippines. While some of the barangays developed modern urban structures, some others, especially those which are seated in the outlying areas, remained rural. By the end of 2007 Silanga had 1,392 residents.

Other barangays of Tangub City are:

Aquino (Marcos), Balatacan, Baluk, Banglay, Barangay I - City Hall (Pob.), Barangay II - Marilou Annex (Pob.), Barangay III- Market Kalubian (Pob.), Barangay IV - St. Michael (Pob.), Barangay V - Malubog (Pob.), Barangay VI - Lower Polao (Pob.), Barangay VII - Upper Polao (Pob.), Bintana, Bocator, Bongabong, Caniangan, Capalaran, Catagan, Garang, Guinabot, Guinalaban, Huyohoy, Isidro D. Tan (Dimaloc-oc), Kauswagan, Kimat, Labuyo, Lorenzo Tan, Lumban, Maloro, Manga, Mantic, Maquilao, Matugnaw, Migcanaway, Minsubong, Owayan, Paiton, Panalsalan, Pangabuan, Prenza, Salimpuno, San Antonio, San Apolinario, San Vicente, Santa Cruz, Santa Maria (Baga), Santo Niņo, Sicot, Silangit, Simasay, Sumirap, Taguite, Tituron, Tugas, Villaba



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