Rizal Shrine, Manila
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Inside the fortifications of Fort Santiago, see Rizal Shrine, the site of the incarceration and death of Philippine national hero José Rizal, and today a museum offering guided tours. Wax dolls, memorabilia, artifacts, books, manuscripts, and other personal belongings tell the life story of José Rizal, a doctor and the leader of the national movement, who was executed by the Spanish colonial government. The most memorable exhibits include a copy of his last song, "Mi Ultimo Adios," and the first draft of the novel "Noli Me Tangere." After the tour, take a walk through the park, which features fountains and plenty of lush vegetation. See Rizal Shrine and all Manila has to offer by arranging your trip with our Manila itinerary maker.
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The museum is well kept, fully air conditioned and informative. The shrine, you'll find various memorabilia such as paintings, photographs, clothes, shells that Dr. Jose Rizal collected during his tim... read more »
This shrine is dedicated to a national hero of Philippines, Rizal who brought better life to people. Here you will be told a full and interesting story about this man. Personally, it is not a good ide... read more »
All'interno del Fort Santiago, è l'edificio ricostruito dove Rizal è stato confinato durante il processo che si concluse col la sua condanna a morte.Oggi museo interattivo.Inside Fort Santiago, is the reconstructed building where Rizal was confined during the trial that ended with his own death warrant. Today interactive museum.show original
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