Towns and Cities of Pampanga:

Picture Gallery: Pampanga
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Apalit;    Arayat;    Bacolor;    Candaba;    Floridablanca;    Guagua;    Lubao;    Mabalacat;    Macabebe;    Magalang;    Masantol;    Porac;    Minalin;    Mexico;    San Fernando;    San Luis;    San Simon;    Sta. Ana;    Sta. Rita;    Sto. Tomas;    Sasmuan

Sta. Ana – a town of Pampanga

Santa Ana - formerly known as “Bale Pinpin” meaning laid aside. It was named after the patron saint St. Anne.  Sta. Ana is a primarily farm town, particularly the four (4) Barangays which are San Agustin, Sto. Rosario, San Roque and San Pablo, they are the producers of imported and local rice grains, corn, sugar cane, bananas and different vegetables. The harvested fruits and crops are being supplied to the neighbouring towns in and out of Pampanga. The locals are known to be the maker of “majiganggas” (Huge traditional puppetry used during the town’s Parade).  The Sta. Anna Parish was established in 1836 with 5-storey belfry its end is a baluster dome with a cross located in “Poblacion”  Brgy. San Juaquin. Picture Gallery: Sta. Ana

Towns and Cities of Pampanga:

Movie Zone About Pampanga About PampangaTalents PampangaTalents  is a Project of: www.zravel.ch

Sta. Ana – a town of Pampanga

Santa Ana - formerly known as “Bale Pinpin” meaning laid aside. It was named after the patron saint St. Anne.  Sta. Ana is a primarily farm town, particularly the four (4) Barangays which are San Agustin, Sto. Rosario, San Roque and San Pablo, they are the producers of imported and local rice grains, corn, sugar cane, bananas and different vegetables. The harvested fruits and crops are being supplied to the neighbouring towns in and out of Pampanga. The locals are known to be the maker of “majiganggas” (Huge traditional puppetry used during the town’s Parade).  The Sta. Anna Parish was established in 1836 with 5-storey belfry its end is a baluster dome with a cross located in “Poblacion”  Brgy. San Juaquin. Picture Gallery: Sta. Ana
Pampanga Festivals Cuisine Zip Codes Pampanga Map Tourism Geography Economy Pampanga’s Structure Towns and Cities Landmarks Climate Heroes Education Contact Term of use Private Policy
Apalit;    Arayat;    Bacolor;    Candaba;    Floridablanca;    Guagua;    Lubao;    Mabalacat;    Macabebe;    Magalang;    Masantol;    Porac;    Minalin;    Mexico;    San Fernando;    San Luis;    San Simon;    Sta. Ana;    Sta. Rita;    Sto. Tomas;    Sasmuan