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During my 4 days of Palawan trip , I spent a day in Puerto Princesa, which is the capital of the Palawan island. Puerto Princesa with its , ha is the biggest town in the Philippines when it comes to the area of the town. Although, the town itself is not very big. There are a couple of things to do while in here. But you can actually manage to see everything in a day very easily. The massacre happened in on the Puerto Princesa coast and all the Americans were captured by the Japanese and brought to the place where the Plaza Cuartel is situated.
It is just above the beachfront. There was a prison underground for the American captives. Such a shame, it would be really interesting to go donw and imagine the hard time of the prisoners over there. One of the prisoners managed to escape, Don Schloat , who survived the Japanese attack of the Plaza Cuartel. He used to stay in the Regent hotel, come to the Plaza Cuartel, speak with the visitors and explain them the details about the past of the place. Don Schloat was also the one who in put a memorial with the names of all the Americans killed by the Japanese here in the Plaza Cuartel.
Unfortunately, Don Schloat died in Cathedral — a Catholic blue-white cathedral just outside the Plaza Cuartel. At its place there was a small Catholic church built in the 16th century when the Spaniards came here. The funny things is the basketball playground just outside the Cathedral. Palawan Heritage — the museum was just opened June 23rd and it features the history of Palawan with a lot of pictures, 6 video screens and some artifacts that the indigenous tribes used.
The history of the island is explained here — since Tabon Man the skull of the earliest known human inhabitant in Palawan who was 29 to year old , the replica of the famous Manunggul jar and the things that the first tribes used, including the pottery, sculptures and the jewellery.
After the indigenous inhabitants, the Spaniards came to the Philippines so learn more about them observing the photos from that era. Their main impact on the indigenous tribes was the conversion to Catholicism. The Spaniards were the ones who started building all the churches in here. It was in when the Americans expulled the Spaniards and brought the public education.