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This statue is a little confusing, as it memorializes the voting to kick out the Americans from Subic Bay naval base. I understand the concept of wanting to be proud of independence and some of the problems that American military bases bring to an area,...More
Funny memorial to a group of senators that let a valuable ally and employer leave the Philippines plunging many in the area into unemployment with the skilled work never being replaced
What twaddle about freedom
The USA were not part of an occupation force but...More
This monument is located next to the Hell Ship memorial located along Waterfront Road in SBFZ. This is a statue of a woman (motherland) with her hands raised with a dove resting on the left hand. Below the figure of the woman, on either side,...More
Inang Laya Monument and the Hellship Memorial are within the same area so they can be visited together in the Subic Boardwalk. Restaurants and Shops are also available in the vicinity. If you have time to spare while in SBMA they can be visited while...More
The Inang laya monument is on the boardwalk - I liked the white statue of the motherland.
Next to it is something more interesting - hand prints of the senators who voted for the cessation of the US naval base at Subic bay. It gets...More