Armed Forces of the Philippines Museum
General Arturo Building, Capinpin Ave, Lungsod Quezon, Kalakhang Maynila, Philippines
About Armed Forces of the Philippines Museum
This museum portrays the history of the Philippines ' military forces. Among its collections are infantry guns, rifles, mortars and various war equipment. There are also dioramas, displays and paintings from different wartimes, and artwork and scale models of uniforms of the various Philippine forces throughout history.
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