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With its borders surrounded by land, Abra’s main economic activity is agriculture. Once a politico-military province in the 1840s, Abra had been a part of the Ilocos Province and then Ilocos Sur in 1818 when Ilocos was divided. In March 1917, due to the passage of Act 2683, Abra became an individual province.
Kili Falls is a destination tourists embark on by crossing the scenic rice fields to meet the astonishing waterfalls and spring. A captivating panorama of the grasses on mountains can be viewed from the viewpoint of Apao Rolling Hills. People also visit Don Mariano Marcos Bridge, the 3rd longest bridge in the Philippines, and the Gabriela Silang Gallery of Fine Arts.
The first Filipino president of the University of the Philippines, Ignacio Villamor, World War II hero, Jesus Antonio Villamor, and former senate president, Quintin Babila Paredes, is from this town.
Official website: abra.gov.ph