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Pinamungahan, Cebu

Pinamungahan (also spelled Pinamungajan) is a 3rd class municipality in the province of Cebu, Philippines. Established in 1815 under the Spanish regime in the country, the municipality got its name from the diligent and hardworking people, working hand in hand especially during the agricultural harvest season. "Pinamungahan" originated from the visayan word "Pinamuhuan" for a worker's share for his effort during a farm harvest.

pinamungahan-relative-positionPopulation: 54,859 (2007 census)

Zip Code: 6039

Churches:
Sta. Monica Parish
San Isidro Parish

Municipal Officials as of 2013

Mayor: Glenn Baricuatro
Vice Mayor: Maria Honeylette P. Yapha

Councilors:
Jeffrey Anthony (Tonton) P. Yapha, Oscar C. Cerna Jr., Richard Canillo, Manuelito (Lito) P. Cerna, Julius Alpas, Flor Cantero, DJ Bens Fernandez, Bodoy Faciol

Previous Officials

Political subdivisions of Pinamungahan (26 barangays)

Anislag
Anopog
Binabag
Buhingtubig
Busay
Butong
Cabiangon
Camugao
Duangan
Guimbawian
Lamac
Lut-od
Mangoto
Opao
Pandacan
Poblacion
Punod
Rizal
Sacsac
Sambagon
Sibago
Tajao
Tangub
Tanibag
Tupas
Tutay

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