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We visited this place before going up the Monasterio, to show respect to our brave Filipino soldiers. While reading about Their sufferings it’s too much to comprehend how cruel the war was.
The black walls sorrounding the obelisk was where the names of Filipino soldiers...More
The place pays homage to the Filipino heroes who joined the Death March during World War 2. Two of which are my father, Matias M. Agustin and his brother, Arcadio M. Agustin.
Filipino parents should bring.their children to this place to educate them of what...More
Capas National Shrine is on the way between Sta Juliana (Mt. Pinatubo) and Manila so we decided to stop by after our Pinatubo trek. Thankfully we arrived just before closing which is around 5:30pm. There is a per person entrance fee but the guard said...More
We decided to drop by before leaving Tarlac. I didn't expect to be emotional but seeing the names of the Death March victims, I gained a deeper respect and sadness for them.
The place is well-maintained and the entrance very minimal. Parking space is ample....More
We went here to visit the obelisk. Once we arrived there, it's more than just the obelisk. You can feel the sacrifices that the soldiers endured & what they experienced in Death March. When you see your grandfather's name (maybe) on the list, you will...More
It was just a sidetrip for us. But this sure took us to the past - reminiscing the Bataan March and seeing exactly where it ended. It was an unbelievable sight - the numbers of veterans/soldiers who fought during the war.
BTW, there is a...More
for you to understand our filipino history, what our heroes fought for - this place is a must for every Filipino to see. 1of the 3 historical place during the Japanese and American occupation, the other two - Corregidor and Bataan. The only thing I...More