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As a U.S.Navy veteran, it was truly a special joy for me to walk through the gates of history and learn about the American Service events that took place on this ground. The tour is self guided, with many explanations and facts about the history...More
For people who love traveling at the same time thirsty for information of each place. It is one of a-must visit to more about plaza cuartel. Kindly a lot time to read every information about the historical place. Afterwards, offer a short prayer for those...More
i was drawn to the untold story of the place during the World War two and the massive massacre that happened.it actually almost sent me to tears after reading the monument and the brief history plastered in the Plaza. their is no entrance fee so...More
It is sad that such an event occurred in the otherwise very happy island of Palawan. It is important that people visit this site to keep the memory alive and reflect and appreciate the freedoms that we all now have in this post WWII age....More
Very much a garden with monument to remember the heroes in the WW past. Few posting on the history and the people that have sacrificed their lives to to help and win the war. The local would definitely appreciate the pain of the past that...More
This used to be a prison camp where the Japanese kept their American prisoners. Before the end of the war the Japanese burnt about 90 Americans alive. No real reason to visit this place but an important piece of history.
Plaza Cuartel is remembered most as the site where more than a hundred American POWs were burned alive by the Japanese during WWII. It is a small and quiet park, with a lot of benches available. The history of Plaza Cuartel is written for all...More