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Magat Dam at Magat River, Isabela, Cagayan Valley
Philippines

The Magat Dam is located on the Magat River at the boundary between the municipalities of Alfonso Lista in the province of Ifugao and Ramon in Isabela  both on the island of Luzon. The Magat River is the largest tributary of the Cagayan River, the longest river in the country.

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