San Manuel (Pangasinan)
San Manuel is a town in the Philippine province of Pangasinan and is bordered to the north by the province of Benguet. In 2010, the 132.5 km ² area counted 46,875 people, resulting in a population density of 354 inhabitants per km ². Most people live from agriculture and live in the flat southern part of the township. In the north begin the extension of the Cordillera, which are very mountainous and scarcely wooded. The municipal area also includes a portion of the San Roque Dam.
San Manuel was from 1614 first part of a community Asingan and had at that time already more than 2000 inhabitants. 1860, the place became a borough.
San Manuel is divided into the following 14 barangays:
- San Antonio - Arzadon
- Guiset Norte
- Guiset Sur
- San Bonifacio
- San Juan
- San Roque
- San Vicente
- Santo Domingo
Cities: Alaminos | Dagupan | San Carlos City | Urdaneta
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