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Corner Anda and General Luna Streets, Manila, Luzon 1002 Philippines
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Corregidor daytour from Manila
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Corregidor daytour from Manila

Corregidor Island is known for it’s role in the war, bravery & history. It’s rich history reacquaints people of the past and home for many historical treasures.
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KGB777 wrote a review Jun 2020
Singapore, Singapore41741 contributions2765 helpful votes
This is a small plaza located behind the Metropolitan Cathedral in the Intramuros district. There is a memorial to the destruction of Manila during the Second World War to be seen.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Nigel G wrote a review Feb 2018
Singapore, Singapore7699 contributions797 helpful votes
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Nice quite place to sit a while. I sat a while and my deeply seated view that in war there are no winners was reinforced. 100 000 civilians dead in the battle for the liberation of Manila. One hundred thousand who had no interest or part in the war. The barbarism of the occupation is depicted in the National Museum of Fine Arts (among other places) in a painting Rape and Massacre in Ermita by Diosdado Lorenzo - look at that painting and link it to this place. This park is sacred to the memories of those who suffered here and are depicted in the artwork I mention. The close link is inseparable as is the suffering of the Filipino people. Let this quiet park aspire all to understand the futility of war. Important historic location in the heart of Manila.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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EndlessTravels wrote a review Jan 2018
Greater Melbourne, Australia34625 contributions1848 helpful votes
Pretty little area in intramuros that also features the poignant WW2 memorial. Quite a pretty spot to sit
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Date of experience: January 2018
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MijnlieverdFH wrote a review Aug 2017
Tagum City, Philippines4206 contributions1037 helpful votes
It is a small green open space few meters back of the Manila Cathedral. People could be seen sitting but on to the planters where some ornamental plants are growing. It has a marker and some trees covering anyone who stayed for a while. . If you’re going to San Agustin Church from Manila Cathedral or Palacio del Gobernador, you won’t miss this small park.
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Date of experience: December 2016
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Victorianlad wrote a review Dec 2016
Melbourne, Australia16465 contributions4842 helpful votes
This small plaza was restored 34 years ago in 1983 and has as its main feature a war memorial dedicated to the 'ordinary' men and women who lost their lives during the 1945 Battle for Manila, during which huge numbers of historic buildings were tragically lost as were thousands of brave Filipinos. Very sad and poignant.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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