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San Juanico Bridge

Tacloban City (capital), Leyte, Eastern Visayas, 6500, Philippines

San Juanico Bridge

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Tacloban City (capital), Leyte, Eastern Visayas, 6500, Philippines

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San Juanico Bridge - Wikipedia

San Juanico Bridge From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search San Juanico Bridge The San Juanico Bridge, view from Samar, towards Leyte Coordinates 11°18′10″N 124°58... source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Juanico_Bridge...

Urban Legend: The Bloody Secret of the Longest Bridge in the Philippines - Choose Philippines. Find. Discover. Share.

San Juanico Bridge is said to be the longest bridge in the Philippines. The bridge is also known as a symbol of love by Waraynons which connects the sister islands of Samar and Leyte. It is a gift of Ferdinand Marcos, former President of the Philippines... source: http://www.choosephilippines.com/do/history-and-cu...

San Juanico Bridge, Leyte

San Juanico Bridge, LeyteMost likely the most well-known bridges of the Philippines, the San Juanico Bridge is rightfully regarded as one of the most elegant and monumental engineering projects in the history of the Philippines and is a sight to behold ... source: https://www.vigattintourism.com/tourism/articles/S...

San Juanico Bridge : Information

San Juanico Bridge is the longest bridge in the Philippines, with a length of 2 km. It crosses the San Juanico Strait, bridging the islands of Samar and Leyte. It is also known as the Marcos Bridge, it is said to have been presented as a Gift an... source: http://www.tourisminthephilippines.com/city/Taclob...

LEYTE | Crossing Tacloban’s San Juanico Bridge | Lakad Pilipinas

San Juanico Bridge One morning during our four-day trip across Leyte, we decided to walk the length of the San Juanico Bridge. It was not a first for me, having gone through the longest bridge in the country, both during the early morn... source: http://www.lakadpilipinas.com/2016/04/san-juanico-...