Barili is a third class municipality in the province of Cebu, Philippines. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 65,524 people. Barili is located 61 kilometres (38 mi) southwest of [3 ] Cebu City. It is bounded on the south by the municipality of Dumanjug; on the north by the municipality of Aloguinsan; on the east by the municipalities of Carcar and Sibonga; and on the west by the Tañon Strait. It is home to its main tourist attraction, the Mantayupan Falls.
Barangays [ edit ]
Barili is administratively subdivided into 42
barangays: [2 ]
History [ edit ]
Barili comes from the name of a local grass called balili. The municipality was founded in 1632, though the parish of Barili was established in 1614. A cross was planted by Spaniards led by Captain Juan Juarado at their arrival at 1502, and still exists today.
Demographics [ edit ]
Population census of Barili
Source: National Statistics Office
The population in 1903 was 31,617 persons.
Economy [ edit ]
The economic output of Barili is mainly
rice, maize, bananas, vegetables and coconuts.
List of former mayors [ edit ]
Capitanes Municipales (Spanish Times) [ edit ]
Claro Causin(g) - Became a representative of the sixth district of Cebu at the First Philippine Assembly in 1907.
Capitan Municipal (Revolutionary Period) [ edit ]
Presidentes Municipales (American Regime) [ edit ]
Hilarion Buhay Pineda
Presidente Municipal (Japanese Occupation) [ edit ]
Presidente Municipal (since World War II) [ edit ]
Alfonso Ch. Veloso
Librada L. Pace
Librada L. Pace
Sergio Antonio V. Paras, Jr.
Robert V. Alquizola
Teresito P. Mariñas
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