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Heroes Cemetery, Taguig City
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Pay tribute to thousands of Americans and Filipino military personnel at Heroes Cemetery, a resting place for these World War II soldiers. When you visit this monument, you will mainly see the graves of those fighters who fell in May of 1942, as well as those of people who died on the battlefields of the Allied Liberation of the Philippines between 1942 and 1945. This attraction, which also contains the national Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, was founded in 1947 as the Republic Memorial Cemetery. President Ramon Magsaysay gave this site its current name in 1954, and it is considered the national counterpart to the Manila American Cemetery and Memorial. Put Heroes Cemetery into our Taguig City tour planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Taguig City.
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  • If you are interested in the history of the second world war and the Pacific Theater of operations, this place points of interest. Thousands of white crosses, stone walls with the names of heroes, mosaics, depicting the most important operation. Quiet place in forever hustling to Manila. Don't forget to bring your passport or at least the photo/passeport-asked to do so when you log in.
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  • It is just amazing how the American government pays tribute to thier soldiers thousand miles away from the country. Amazing is the word. Calm, Serene and majestic. 
  • This is a scene from the film. Vast sleep Americans more than 17000 people still hits the grave. You can see the terrors of the time of the article. Since the presentation of the ID or passport is required when entering a note.
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