is a 4th class municipality
in the province
of Camarines Sur
. According to the 2007 census, it has a population of 31,895 people.
The beginnings of this town can be traced back from the date it was made a visita of Milaor which is now another town in the first district of province. Historical references concluded that most Spaniards inhabited the place who still came from the province of Pamplona in Spain and thus decided to name their settlement also as "Pamplona".
Pamplona finally became a parish on May 8, 1885 which was also the town's celebration of their town fiesta honoring their patron saint, St. Michael Archangel.
Pamplona is politically subdivided into 17 barangays
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- Del Rosario
- San Gabriel
- San Isidro
- San Rafael
- San Ramon
- San Vicente
- Veneracion (Taguilid)
Agricultural workers outnumbered the ones who are employed in non-agricultural occupations. As shown in the town's socio-economic profile conducted in 1997, 66.20% are engaged in agricultural works while 33.80%summed up the non-agricultural labor force
Pamplona has one cottage industry which is involved in the manufacture of bamboo furniture while there are the presences of two agro-industrial industry engaged in... Read More