The dungeon during the Japanese occupation, the last residence and sacrifice place of the Philippine founding father, was also the governor's palace during the colonial period? The building remains its original appearance, a bit vicissitudes and dilapidated. As a foreign tourist, you can get a general understanding of the political events of the Philippines in various periods in modern times. I have been to the Rizal Memorial Hall several times, and basically I visit it every time I come to Manila. There are many valuable materials about Dr. Rizal, and many tools he personally made during his lifetime are also exhibited. He is a man of many talents.
Not bad. It is a local hero in the Philippines who opposes invasion and strives for national independence and liberation. It is better to look at the Heroes Monument of the People on the Bund in Shanghai to have a sense of mission. La la la. .
You can get to know Rizal well, you can look at the local national heroes, and understand what he has done. It is a more symbolic place. There are monuments and many related photos. The environment is good, and there is air conditioning. It’s not too good. Now, you can watch it slowly, and there are explanations, which is not bad.
The Rizal Museum is small in size, and it often does some special exhibitions. This time, we worked with Lego to make a Lego restoration of an ancient building in Manila. Most of these buildings no longer exist and were destroyed during World War II. These Lego buildings made another kind of aftertaste.
A Filipino national hero, but little known outside of the Philippines. He was killed by the Spanish shortly before they lost the Philippines as a colony. The shrine speaks to his final months and where he was imprisoned.
A small building in Fort Santiago, the Spanish city, is now the Rizal Memorial. This is a very memorable place. There is a bronze statue of Rizal on the front lawn, which displays his materials and objects during his lifetime. Rizal’s ancestry is Fujian, China, and he knows many languages, including Chinese of course. The business card he used was printed in Chinese.
Ticket prices are cheap. The ancient city is quaint! It has both the characteristic culture of the Philippines and the traces of Spain.
Preston_Dominguez: Rizal Shrine, Jp Rizal St, Calamba, Laguna, 菲律宾
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Rizal Shrine,Museo Ni Jose Rizal Calamba,St. John the Baptist Parish