Pangasinan

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Pangasinan (Luyag na Panggasinan; Lalawigan ng Pangasinan) is a province in the Philippines.wikipedia
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Provinces of the Philippines

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Pangasinan (Luyag na Panggasinan; Lalawigan ng Pangasinan) is a province in the Philippines.
Exceptions are provinces with more than five congressional districts, such as Cavite with 14 regularly elected SP members, and Cebu, Negros Occidental and Pangasinan which have twelve each.

Sambal people

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The western portion of the province is part of the homeland of the Sambal people, while the central and eastern portions are the homeland of the Pangasinan people.
The Sambal people are a Filipino ethnolinguistic group living primarily in the province of Zambales and the Pangasinense municipalities of Bolinao and Anda.

Lingayen Gulf

LingayenLingayen Bay
Pangasinan is on the western area of the island of Luzon along the Lingayen Gulf and West Philippine Sea. The Anakbanwa established their settlements in the banks of the Agno River and the coasts of Lingayen Gulf.
It is framed by the provinces of Pangasinan and La Union and sits between the Zambales Mountains and the Cordillera Central.

Pangasinan people

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The western portion of the province is part of the homeland of the Sambal people, while the central and eastern portions are the homeland of the Pangasinan people.
They live mainly in their native province of Pangasinan and the adjacent provinces of La Union and Tarlac, as well as Benguet, Nueva Ecija, Zambales, and Nueva Vizcaya.

Lingayen

Lingayen, PangasinanLingayen GulfLingayen.
Its provincial capital is Lingayen.
Lingayen became the capital of Pangasinan when the province became an encomienda.

Hundred Islands National Park

Hundred Islands
Popular tourist attractions in Pangasinan include the Hundred Islands National Park in Alaminos City and the white-sand beaches of Bolinao and Dasol.
The Hundred Islands National Park is the first national park and a protected area located in Alaminos, Pangasinan in the northern Philippines.

Agno River

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The Anakbanwa established their settlements in the banks of the Agno River and the coasts of Lingayen Gulf.
Traversing the provinces of Benguet and Pangasinan, it is one of the largest river systems in the country with a drainage area of 5952 km2.

Bolinao, Pangasinan

BolinaoCape BolinaoCape Bolinao Lighthouse
Popular tourist attractions in Pangasinan include the Hundred Islands National Park in Alaminos City and the white-sand beaches of Bolinao and Dasol.
At this time, the old town of Bolinao was still located along the coast of Pangasinan.

Tarlac

Tarlac ProvinceGovernor of TarlacCamiling
The Luyag na Caboloan expanded the territory and influence of Pangasinan to what are now the neighboring provinces of Tarlac, La Union, Zambales, Nueva Ecija and Benguet. It is bordered by La Union to the north, Benguet and Nueva Vizcaya to the northeast, Nueva Ecija to the southeast, and Zambales and Tarlac to the south.
It is bounded on the north by the province of Pangasinan, Nueva Ecija on the east, Zambales on the west and Pampanga in the south.

Nueva Ecija

Nueva ÉcijaNueva Ecija GovernmentProvince of Nueva Ecija
The Luyag na Caboloan expanded the territory and influence of Pangasinan to what are now the neighboring provinces of Tarlac, La Union, Zambales, Nueva Ecija and Benguet. It is bordered by La Union to the north, Benguet and Nueva Vizcaya to the northeast, Nueva Ecija to the southeast, and Zambales and Tarlac to the south.
Nueva Ecija borders, from the south clockwise, Bulacan, Pampanga, Tarlac, Pangasinan, Nueva Vizcaya and Aurora.

Zambales

Zambales ProvinceZambalZambales Province, Philippines
The Luyag na Caboloan expanded the territory and influence of Pangasinan to what are now the neighboring provinces of Tarlac, La Union, Zambales, Nueva Ecija and Benguet. It is bordered by La Union to the north, Benguet and Nueva Vizcaya to the northeast, Nueva Ecija to the southeast, and Zambales and Tarlac to the south.
Zambales borders Pangasinan to the north and northeast, Tarlac to the east,

La Union

La Union ProvinceLa Union Province, PhilippinesLa Union, Philippines
The Luyag na Caboloan expanded the territory and influence of Pangasinan to what are now the neighboring provinces of Tarlac, La Union, Zambales, Nueva Ecija and Benguet. It is bordered by La Union to the north, Benguet and Nueva Vizcaya to the northeast, Nueva Ecija to the southeast, and Zambales and Tarlac to the south.
The province is bordered by Ilocos Sur to the north, Benguet to the east, Pangasinan to the south and to the west by the shores of the South China Sea (West Philippine Sea).

Urduja

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Urduja/Udaya, a legendary woman warrior who Ibn Battuta called a rival of the Mongol Empire, is believed to have ruled in Pangasinan around the 14th century.
Though the locations of Kaylukari and Tawalisi are disputed, in the Philippines Urduja is widely believed to be from Pangasinan, and has since been regarded as a national heroine.

Ilocano people

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Due to ethnic migration, Ilocano people have settled in some areas of the province.
Unlike Pangasinan and the Zambales, The Ilocos at the time was a region that the Spanish invested its soldiers and missionaries in and routinely secured.

Palaris

Juan de la Cruz Palaris
On November 3, 1762, the people of Pangasinan proclaimed independence from Spain after a rebellion led by Juan de la Cruz Palaris overthrew Spanish rule in Pangasinan.
Juan de la Cruz, also known as Palaris, (8 January 1733 – 26 February 1765) was a Pangasinan leader in the province of Pangasinan in the Philippines who led a revolt against the colonial authorities during the 18th century.

Legislative districts of Pangasinan

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After the declaration of Independence in Manila on July 4, 1946, Eugenio Perez, a Liberal Party congressman representing the fourth district of Pangasinan, was elected Speaker of the lower Legislative House.
The Legislative Districts of Pangasinan, namely the first, second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth districts, are the representations of the Province of Pangasinan and the independent city of Dagupan in the Philippine House of Representatives.

Luzon

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Pangasinan is on the western area of the island of Luzon along the Lingayen Gulf and West Philippine Sea. The Pangasinan people are closely related to the Ibaloi in the neighboring province of Benguet and other peoples of Luzon.
The range provides the upland headwaters of the Agno River, which stretches from the slopes of Mount Data, and meanders along the southern Cordillera mountains before reaching the plains of Pangasinan.

Ilocos Region

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Pangasinan, which is historically and geographically part of the Central Luzon Region, is made politically part of the Ilocos Region (Region I) in the gerrymandering of the Philippines by Ferdinand Marcos, despite the fact that Pangasinan has its distinct primary language, which is Pangasinan.
The region comprises four provinces: Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur, La Union and Pangasinan.

Caboloan

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A kingdom called Luyag na Caboloan, which expanded to incorporate much of northwestern Luzon, existed in Pangasinan before the Spanish conquest that began in the 16th century.

José Torres Bugallón

Jose Torres BugallonMajor José Torres Gonzales Bugallón
During the Philippine–American War, Lieutenant Col. Jose Torres Bugallon from the town of Salasa fought together with Gen. Antonio Luna to defend the First Philippine Republic against American colonization of Northern Luzon.
His father, José Asas Bugallón, came from Baliuag, Bulacan, while his mother was from the Gonzales family of Pangasinan.

Jose de Venecia Jr.

Jose de VeneciaJose de Venecia, Jr.Jose C. De Venecia, Jr.
Jose de Venecia, who represented the same district as Eugenio Perez, was the second Pangasinan to be Speaker of the House of Representatives in 1992.
Beginning in 1987, de Venecia has been elected to six terms as a Representative of the 4th District of Pangasinan.

Katipunan

KatipunerosKatipuneroAng Kalayaan
The Katipunan, a nationalist secret society, was founded on July 7, 1892 with the aim of uniting the peoples of the Philippines and fighting for independence and religious freedom.
There were also smaller chapters in Ilocos Sur, Ilocos Norte, Pangasinan and the Bicol region.

Benguet

Benguet ProvinceBaguio CityBenget
The Luyag na Caboloan expanded the territory and influence of Pangasinan to what are now the neighboring provinces of Tarlac, La Union, Zambales, Nueva Ecija and Benguet. The Pangasinan people are closely related to the Ibaloi in the neighboring province of Benguet and other peoples of Luzon. It is bordered by La Union to the north, Benguet and Nueva Vizcaya to the northeast, Nueva Ecija to the southeast, and Zambales and Tarlac to the south.
The province is bordered on the northeast by Mountain Province and Ifugao, on the southeast by Nueva Vizcaya, on the south by Pangasinan, on the west by La Union, and on the northwest by Ilocos Sur.

Nueva Vizcaya

Nueva ViscayaNueva Vizcaya ProvinceNueva Vizcaya Province, Philippines
It is bordered by La Union to the north, Benguet and Nueva Vizcaya to the northeast, Nueva Ecija to the southeast, and Zambales and Tarlac to the south.
It is bordered by Benguet to the west, Ifugao to the north, Isabela to the northeast, Quirino to the east, Aurora to the southeast, Nueva Ecija to the south, and Pangasinan to the southwest.

Baguio

Baguio CityCity of BaguioBaguio, Benguet
It is 170 km north of Manila, 50 km south of Baguio City, 115 km north of Subic International Airport and Seaport, and 80 km2 north of Clark International Airport.
In 1903, Filipinos, Japanese and Chinese workers were hired to build Kennon Road, the first road directly connecting Baguio with the lowlands of La Union and Pangasinan.