MACARTHUR LANDING MEMORIAL
Statues one and a half times bigger than life-size reenact the historical
landing of MacArthur and his forces.
LEYTE PROVINCIAL CAPITOL
Seat of the Philippine Commonwealth Government in 1944. View bas-relief's
depicting the first Catholic Mass at Limasawa and MacArthur's return to Palo.
CAP BUILDING (Formerly PRICE MANSION)
Official residence and headquarters of General Douglas MacArthur during the
liberation of the Philippines in 1944. It is now owned by College
Where the first American flag was raised by the US Liberation Forces on October
20, 1944 after the Fall of Bataan.
PALO METROPOLITAN CATHEDRAL
Converted into an evacuation hospital of the Allied Forces of Liberation and
refuge of civilians during the Japanese-American War of 1944. A sample of
modern gothic church architecture with the gold-plated 17th century altar as the
Stronghold of General Suzuki and a favorite destination of the Japanese.
SCOUT MONUMENT Fatima Village, Tacloban City
The first Boy Scout monument in the world in human form erected in 1941.
Entrance to the first liberated town of Palo in 1944. The fight on this
hill caused the loss of many American and Japanese lives.
Site of one of the bloodiest battles during the liberation of the Philippines.