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Bataan Nuclear Plant
This nuclear plant can be found at Napot Point in Morong, Bataan.

Dambana ng Kagitingan in Mount Samat
The very well known bell suspends on the top of the popular Mount Samat situated in town of Pilar. This was constructed in loving remembrance of the World War II soldiers, including those who passed away completely in Bataan soil throughout the duration of the lamentable Fall of Bataan and Death March in 1942.

Dinalupihan Nature Center
The undestroyed forest area located in Dinalupihan is perfect for picnics, camping, game hunting, hiking and trekking. It presents for acceptance something for easier supply of water.

Fine Beaches
Extremely good beaches destinations waits for guests and tourists in the municipalities of Bagac and Morong.

Philippine-Japanese Friendship Tower
The structure located in Bagac is the emblem of a post-World War II period of friendship, peace and reconciliation between the once battling nations of Japan and Philippines.

Santo Domingo Abucay Church
This church was built in 1578 after the wealthy Spanish mode of expression. It serves today as a living evidence to the massacre of greater than 200 indigenous defenders from the hands of Dutch Naval Forces conquerors on June 16, 1647.

Sibul Spring
This is a possible first in quality tourist goal of a journey. This spring is situated in Abucay and containing sulfur in its swimming pools. This has a broad region for open air refreshment or diversion. Its feature is the natural spring expected to remove muscle pain.

Tomas Pinpin Monument
The outstanding figure stands at Barangay Mabatang in the town of Abucay in loving remembrance of the very well known Filipino printer. This monument can be found also in Tomas Pinpin Memorial Elementary School in Ibayo, Abucay, Bataan.

World War II Markers
Among the markers protecting the memories of the Second World War in Bataan are the First Line of Defense Marker in Layac, Death March Markers in Bagac and Mariveles, and Surrender Site Marker in Balanga.

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