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The Leyte Landing Memorial is a memorial to the landing of American General Douglas MacArthur and his men at Red Beach. The memorial was erected in tribute to MacArthur’s fulfillment of his promise to return to the Philippines after it was occupied...more
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A must visit historical place. The MacArthur landing happened during World War 2.
The best time to go there is when the sun's not too hot anymore in the afternoon. There are food stalls in the afternoon just across the landmark.
It was a pleasant visit to this monument enjoyed by all of my family. Glad that the children came with us to visit this place as for them to learn and picked up some stories about the general. We enjoyed our visit here on our...More
This excellent suite celebrates the landing place of American General Douglas McArthur and his troops to relieve the Philippines from Their Japanese occupiers during WWII.
The statue to commemorate this beach landing is quite beautiful and is situated in a very pleasant park-like location. It's...More
Went back to Philippines to visit wife's family and friends and went to these Great Statues representing Douglas MacArthur who was an American five-star general and Field Marshal of the Philippine Army on the drive down from Tacloban airport going to Baybay city.
This is the place where Gen Douglas MC Arthur first set foot on Philippine island on the process of liberating happened last October 1944. I hope I am right with this information. Just google the rest. I am a Waray by birth and I know...More
I visited Leyte being the hometown of my folks on mother side. My brother brought me to a plaza, where not so far we can see the shoreline and the waves rolling to our feet at night, to breath fresh air.
I was so surprise...More