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A little depressing to be sure. But if you're into history - this place is a must visit should you find yourself in Manila.
The maps outlining the different 'theatres' of war are a good way to picture what happened. And the place is full...More
Seeing this monument build for the over 50000 + US military’s died in WW2 helping for the independence of Philippine is a must .
I saw first time in my life Christian and Jewish berried together .
They stay in the same line not divided...More
There are times and occasions when you wish to be alone and pay homage to the memory of brave men - this is the place to go. It allows you to think and meditate of things past. And yes it also makes you feel or...More
We visited the cemetery for my sister's City Tour required for their subject. This cemetery is one of the places I personally want to visit again because of its green grass that were cut every week (I guess) and the symmetric designs of the cross....More
This is the largest US combat veteran cemetery outside of the USA. Stunning grounds of well manicured gardens.
Admission is free. The is a shrine and cemetery for WWII war dead. Dress appropriately and behave respectfully.
Place of serenity and tranquility in the middle of...More
Sadly this is a forgotten (for the most part) American cemetery about three times the size of the one in Normandy.
Facility is well done and well kept.
The more we travel the mor we realize how horrible WW II actually was.
Especially sad is...More
The place is well maintained from the perimeter grounds to the sacred walls commemorating the fallen. The respect for the soldiers who gave the ultimate sacrifice is palpable. How I wish all memorials are elevated to such dignity.
Tip: Wear decent clothes since you are...More