Layog-Bato

Populated Place, Western Visayas Province of Iloilo

Philippines

Layog-Bato

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Layog-Bato is a small and rural barangay (village) located in the Municipality of San Joaquin in the Province of Iloilo, Western Visayas, Philippines. It is situated on the western coast of Panay Island, facing the islands of Guimaras and Negros Occidental. The barangay covers an area of approximately 4.4 square kilometers and has a population of around 1,200 people.

The main livelihood of the residents in Layog-Bato is agriculture, with rice and corn as the primary crops. The barangay also has a small fishing industry, which provides additional income for the locals. The community is known for its abundant marine resources, with several fishing grounds and marine sanctuaries in the area.

Layog-Bato is accessible by land transportation via the national highway, which connects the barangay to neighboring towns and cities. The barangay has a primary school and a barangay hall, which serves as a venue for community gatherings and events.

The people of Layog-Bato are primarily of Visayan descent and are known for their hospitable and friendly nature. The barangay celebrates several festivals and events throughout the year, including the Feast of St. Joseph, the patron saint of the barangay, and the annual barangay fiesta.

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Layog-Bato is a populated place in Western Visayas, Philippines. It has an elevation of 112 meters above sea level. It is also known as Layog-Bato. Information correct as at Saturday 21st January 2012.

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