Mountain Province - Political

Political

Mountain Province is subdivided into ten municipalities. The current representative for Congress is Maximo Dalog.

Municipalities of Mountain Province

  • Barlig
  • Bauko
  • Besao
  • Bontoc
  • Natonin
  • Paracelis
  • Sabangan
  • Sadanga
  • Sagada
  • Tadian

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