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Skip or not, it's ok

wasn't really aiming to go to this place but its along the road, you wouldn't miss it. we stopped... read more

Reviewed 25 March 2018
pancit_canton
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Cavite Province, Philippines
Another historic marker

On your way to Mt. Samat, you won't miss the Flaming Sword in Panilao, Pilar Bataan. This... read more

Reviewed 7 February 2015
Rohise
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Valenzuela, Philippines
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24 Mar 2018
“Skip or not, it's ok”
28 Oct 2017
“Don't waste your time”
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Pilar Gov Lina Road, Balanga City, Luzon, Philippines
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Reviewed 25 March 2018

wasn't really aiming to go to this place but its along the road, you wouldn't miss it. we stopped by this place on our way to balanga city proper coming from mt. samat, so hitting two birds with one stone.

Thank pancit_canton
Reviewed 28 October 2017

Not sure why this is even on TripAdvisor. The Flaming Sword was very disappointing, firstly the area is very dirty and unclean, doesn't seem to have been looked after or maintained which is surprising if its meant to be an historical landmark. Secondly there is...More

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Reviewed 12 April 2017 via mobile

Commemorating the 75th year of the Bataan Death March, we stopped at the Flaming Sword for a short break and picture taking and at the same time listening to a guide on what transpired here during the war..

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Reviewed 31 July 2015 via mobile

This sword was erected to commemorate the brave Filipino and American soldiers who was part of the death march. There were 2 starting point for it - one from Mariveles and one from Bagac. This was were the two groups met and continued on their...More

Thank iluvursmiles
Reviewed 30 April 2015

The driver took us to the Flaming Sword. Not sure why it is called the "flaming" sword, as there is no flames evident. Still a historical monument and that is what our trip is all about.

Thank Glynn H
Reviewed 7 February 2015

On your way to Mt. Samat, you won't miss the Flaming Sword in Panilao, Pilar Bataan. This symbolizes the Filipino courage and gallantry in the face of trials to the nation's democracy and peace. If you're in this history road trip in Bataan, be sure...More

Thank Rohise
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