MANILA — A museum showcasing vehicles used by Philippine presidents officially opened Sunday on the Quezon Memorial Circle.
Quezon City Mayor Herbert Bautista led the inauguration of the brand new Presidential Car Museum, which features sixteen motors and the ones utilized by the country’s former presidents.
It additionally has a unique section for cars used by former first female Imelda Marcos, General Douglas MacArthur, or even a kalesa used by Leon Apacible, one of the authors of the 1899 Constitution in Malolos.
The National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP) released the museum to show off the cars and the history in the back of them.
Museum site visitors are guided by way of plaques narrating the various nation features where those vehicles had been used.
“Layunin nation na ipakalat and turo at mga ginawa ng mga bayaning Pilipino at ng mga persona he nation sa kasaysayan,” Presidential Car Museum curator Ryan Tan said in a declaration.