|Municipality of Mogpog|
|Nickname(s): Marinduque's Gateway
Home of the Original Moriones
Map of Marinduque with Mogpog highlighted
|Region||Mimaropa (Region IV-B)|
|District||Lone district of Marinduque|
|Barangays||37 (see Barangays)|
|• Type||Sangguniang Bayan|
|• Mayor||Augusto Leo Livelo|
|• Vice Mayor||Belen Luisaga|
|• Sangguniang Bayan|
|• Electorate||20,478 voters (2016)|
|• Total||108.06 km2 (41.72 sq mi)|
|Population (2015 census)|
|• Density||320/km2 (820/sq mi)|
|Time zone||PST (UTC+8)|
|IDD : area code||+63 (0)42|
|Climate type||tropical climate|
|Income class||3rd municipal income class|
|Feast date||May 15|
|Patron Saint||Isidore the Laborer|
- Dulong Bayan (Pob.)
- Gitnang Bayan (Pob.)
- Market Site (Pob.)
- Mataas Na Bayan (Pob.)
- Nangka I
- Nangka II
- Puting Buhangin
- Villa Mendez (Pob.)
The town center or poblacion comprises the barangays of Dulong Bayan, Gitnang Bayan, Market Site, Mataas na Bayan, and Villa Mendez.
In 1942, the Japanese troops occupied the town of Mogpog, Marinduque.
Historically the famous Moriones Festival is said to have originated from Mogpog. Moriones Festival was founded by a Spanish friar Rev. Father Dionisio Santiago the first parish priest of mogpog. This festival is known to be one of the most colorful festivals in Marinduque and the Philippines. It is held in Mogpog and the surrounding areas of Marinduque island.
|Source: Philippine Statistics Authority|
In the 2015 census, the population of Mogpog was 34,043 people, with a density of 320 inhabitants per square kilometre or 830 inhabitants per square mile.
Barangay Balanacan is where the main shipping port is located. It is famous for its large image of Our Lady of Biglang Awa, erected at a top of a shed on a mound of land overlooking the sea.
Not far from the Academy is the town plaza, located at the side right of Marinduque Academy's Main Building, with a great view of a local park, the Municipal Building, and the Trial Court - all of which covers the town public market.
- Argao National High School
- Balanacan National High School
- Butansapa National High School
- Marinduque Academy (Barangay Gitnang Bayan)
- Mogpog NCHS
- Sayao National High School
- Quezon-Roxaz High School (poblacion)
- Puting Buhangin National High School
- Argao Elementary School
- Balanacan Elementary School
- Bintakay Elementary School
- Bocboc Elementary School
- Butansapa Elementary School
- Capayang-Ino Elementary School
- Danao Public School
- Guisian Elementary School
- Hinadharan Public School
- Hinanggayon Elementary School
- Ino Primary School
- Lamesa Elementary School
- Laon Elementary School
- Magapua Elementary School
- Malayak Elementary School
- Mampaitan Public School
- Mendez Elementary School
- Mogpog Central School
- Nangka Elementary School
- Paye Elementary School
- Pili Elementary School
- Puting Buhangin Elementary School
- Sayao Elementary School
- Silangan Elementary School
- Sumangga Primary School
- Tarug Public School
Notable people from MogpogEdit
- Ricardo Jamin Cardinal Vidal, Archbishop emeritus of Cebu was born February 6, 1931, in Mogpog.
- Frejan Jimenez Ilagan, Electrical Engineer and a Shipbuilder, the current production manager of Austal Philippines; an Australian shipyard based in Cebu known for designing and manufacturing high performance aluminium vessels specialising in fast ferries and luxury yachts. He was born November 30, 1981, in Puting Buhangin, Mogpog.
- Makati, Philippines
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