Mendiola Massacre - Images

Images

  • Peace Dove

  • The torch of freedom of the press and assembly in the monument

  • "Kalye Mendiola" Historical marker

  • Chino Roces in front of the Marker

  • Mendiola Peace Arch

  • "Tulay ng Kalayaan" Historical marker ("Freedom Bridge" or "Chino Roces Bridge")

  • "Chino Roces Bridge"

  • Facade

  • Barbed wires, barricade

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