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Barili, Cebu

Barili is a 3rd class municipality in the province of Cebu, Philippines. An amusing fable which eventually became the official story behind the name "Barili" which entails the misunderstanding between a native and a Spaniard asking for the name of the place. The native supposedly thought that the Spaniard was asking for the name of the plant he was touching at that time which was a vine or a weed which was commonly called a "Balili"

Barili's principal products include corn, coconuts, swine and cattle . While a good number of people in Barili are engaged in limestone and rock phosphate mining, a large percentage of the population are farmers and livestock raisers.

barili-relative positionPopulation: 60,430 (2007 census)

Area: 115.18 sq. Km.

Zip Code: 6036

Churches:
St. Anne Parish
San Isidro Labrador Parish

Political subdivisions of Barili (42 barangays)

Azucena
Bagakay
Balao
Bolocboloc
Budbud
Bugtong
Kawayan
Cabcaban
Campangga
Dakit
Giloctog
Guibuangan
Giwanon
Gunting
Hilasgasan
Japitan
Cagay
Kalubihan
Kangdampas
Candugay
Luhod
Lupo
Luyo
Maghanoy
Maigang
Malolos
Mantalongon
Mantayupan
Mayana
Minolos
Nabunturan
Nasipit
Pancil
Pangpang
Paril
Patupat
Poblacion
San Rafael
Santa Ana
Sayaw
Tal-ot
Tubod
Vito

Municipal Officers as of May 2013

Mayor: Teresito (Ondo) Paras Mariñas
Vice-Mayor: Bong Nemeño

Councilors:
John-John Añober, Ann Ewican, Ranie Bolo, Sheila G. Pason, Jerry Aguilar, Ted Caumeran, Fe Villegas, Rene Alquizola

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