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Manila American Cemetery and Memorial

523 Reviews

Manila American Cemetery and Memorial

523 Reviews
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McKinley Road Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City, Luzon 96515 Philippines
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Dougie Do-right wrote a review Feb 17
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Austere and moving, especially for an old Americano veteran. Wanted to return but was too emotional to repeat. It has been five years now and will return for the 4th of July in remembrance of these guys.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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sarracene wrote a review Sep 2020
Seoul, South Korea14 contributions
with arguably the best american bathroom in the country... not exaggerating; it's built to federal specs;-)
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Sarge57 wrote a review Apr 2020
Moorhead, Minnesota78 contributions28 helpful votes
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As a retired soldier from the US Army I knew I must pay my respects when I visited the Philippines. I entered the cemetery and was met by a Philippine solider at the entrance. When I showed him my retired military ID card he was very professional. I entered and all I could see was thousands of grave markers. Most of them were crosses and a few six pointed stars for the Jewish soldiers. The cemetery is very well kept. I stopped many times and paid respect. I found many soldiers buried here from Minnesota and North Dakota. I will post a few of those pictures and the one from the memorial. It was a place for solemn reflection. My family has served the US military since the revolutionary war. A truly emotional experience and I will return to honor the memory of these heroes when I return to Manila.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Makoto wrote a review Mar 2020
Saitama, Japan53 contributions5 helpful votes
Philippine cemeteries are usually chaotic. I wish Philippine cemeteries were as clean and orderly as this one.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Thomas C wrote a review Feb 2020
Nagoya, Japan93 contributions26 helpful votes
Manila American Cemetery and Memorial is magnificently designed and maintained. It was a great honor to be able to visit this place and pay my respects to the brave men (and women) who are buried here. I was also very impressed with the exhibits in the visitor center. With powerful, searing images, accompanied by clear, hard-hitting descriptions, the exhibits showed the true extent of the horror that was caused, in the Philippines, by World War Two. This is the greatest World War Two monument I have seen.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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