Located in Santiago, free of tickets, Licha's life story, quiet environment for rest
Inside the castle of San Diego, the Rizal Memorial displays books, manuscripts, sketches, scrolls, woodcarvings, statues and so on about the national hero. Some of the handicraft works are made by Rizal himself. In the middle of the lawn of the castle, there is a statue of Li Cha, with his left hand on his waist and his right hand on the roll. His eyes are far away. He looks very wise. Inside the house beside the lawn is the introduction of Li Cha's life story and the exhibition of his relics. There are not too many rendering elements in the introductory text, but a simple and honest narration of the facts. I have seen here to make my own evaluation of the hero's life.
A small building in Santiago Castle, the King of Spain, is now the Rizal Memorial. This is a very memorable place. There is a bronze statue of Li Cha on the lawn in front of him, which shows his materials and articles before his death. Li Cha's ancestral home is Fujian, China. He knows many languages, including Chinese, of course. The business card he used was printed in Chinese.
The Rizal Museum is located in the old castle of San Diego. There is a ticket office at the entrance. It is very small, and the check is not strict. At first, we all went in. Then we found that there were ticket sellers and returned to buy tickets consciously. Museums are normal. Nothing particularly interesting.
The Licha Museum is small in size and often does some special exhibitions. This time, we worked with Lego to make a Lego restoration of Manila's ancient buildings. Most of these buildings have disappeared and were destroyed during World War II. These Lego buildings make another aftertaste.
After visiting the museum, the nearby Risa Monument is located in the center. The rest include Chinese, Japanese Gardens, Lisa Victims, Tourism Bureau, Museum and other buildings and square green space. There are not many tourists, only some local people are relaxing. Then the sun came back and I walked hopefully along Roxas, the famous Rojas Sunset Avenue, to Manila Bay.