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Zero Kilometer Death March Marker

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Rey., Bagac, Luzon, Philippines
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A Must to have a Photo Op

It is one way to share a little bit of history during the World War II if you have kids with you... read more

Reviewed November 5, 2017
Ysai A
Zero kilometer death march marker

I think there are two of these zero kilometer markers. We only saw this when we were on our way to... read more

Reviewed June 15, 2017
vanee213
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Rey., Bagac, Luzon, Philippines
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Reviewed November 5, 2017

It is one way to share a little bit of history during the World War II if you have kids with you. It's located along the high way, you just have to cautiously park on the side of the road to have a photo with...More

Thank Ysai A
Reviewed June 15, 2017

I think there are two of these zero kilometer markers. We only saw this when we were on our way to Las Casas. It was along the highway situated on road island. We just had a quick stop and took pictures and that was it....More

Thank vanee213
Reviewed April 5, 2017

Nice to remember our history.... esp. the youth of today who no longer appreciate the value of history...

Thank bluesapphire9260
Reviewed February 8, 2017

The tour is great, takes you to several of the most important sites along the way. The museum, shrine, the cross, etc. Very informative and educational.

Thank Joe S
Reviewed December 3, 2016 via mobile

This reminds us about the sacrifice of our soldiers for our dear counrty.How brave & patriotic our soldiers to defend us Filipinos.That landmark serves as a reminder.

Thank CharleneMae
Reviewed November 22, 2016

Markers line the roads in this province - it is very moving, especially when you think of the thousands who suffered and died.

Thank yogadiva007
Reviewed September 5, 2016 via mobile

This landmark is a sad part in our history. It brings heartaches to families and at the same time we honor the bravery of Fililinos that were part of the Death march. My grandfather's brother was part of the march and his body was not...More

2  Thank MadamChing
Reviewed July 14, 2016

This is one of the two Zero Kilometer Death March markers in Bataan - this one in Bagac & the other one is in Mariveles. This is located at the fork of Bagac~Mariveles road and A. Mabini Street going to Bagac town proper. One more...More

Thank Darwin153
Reviewed May 24, 2016

It was really just a marker. But to historians and Filipinos, it's an important marker in memory of those who had to fight the Japanese soldiers for the love of our country.

Thank 403Me_lab
Reviewed May 9, 2016 via mobile

When you're in Bataan you will never miss this spot. It gave me chill by just standing here as it reminds me of one of the unforgettable history in the Philippines.

Thank vgal0579
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