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This is a collaborative project initiated by DTI and DAR in cooperation with LGU Lidlidda under the leadership of Mayor Sherwin P. …

Ang butihing ama ng bayan ng Lidlidda Abogado Sherwin Pasco Tomas sa kanyang talumpati para sa mga SPES/STES na kung saan ay …

Today is the culmination ceremony of Special Program for Employment of Students (SPES) and Short Term Employment of Students (STES) held at …

April 28-sked for Mobile Community Pantry: Carcarabasa, Suysuyan, Pob. Sur and Patpat.Agtultuloy ti BAYANIHAN spirit ditoy ili tayo nga Lidlidda. Di agsarday …

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Municipality of lidlidda

Lidlidda, officially the Municipality of Lidlidda (Ilocano: Ili ti Lidlidda; Filipino: Bayan ng Lidlidda), is a 5th class municipality in the province of Ilocos Sur, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 4,647 people. 

It is home to the Lidlidda Protected Landscape, a protected area situated in the municipality’s watershed.

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11

Barangays

469

Elevation (Feet)

33.84

Land Area (Sq Km)

4,647

Population (2015)

117.74 M

Revenue (2016)

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Lidlidda
Protected Landscape

The Lidlidda Protected Landscape, also known as the Lidlidda–Banayoyo Protected Landscape, is a protected area of natural springs and surrounding mountain forests in Ilocos Sur on the island of Luzon in the Philippines. It is an important watershed providing the agricultural and household water requirements of the communities in the municipalities of Lidlidda and Banayoyo.

It was established in 1936 as the Lidlidda Watershed Forest Reserve through Proclamation No. 79 signed by President Manuel Luis Quezon with an initial area of 1,228 hectares. In 2000, under the National Integrated Protected Areas System, it was redesignated as a protected landscape area covering its present size of 1,157.44 hectares.