Roofless and skeletal but majestic under a summer sky, Mile-Long Barracks has become a powerful icon That brings to mind haunting images of Corregidor Island and World War II. This 1,520-foot, three-level Building is reflective of architectural designs used by the Americans during the late nineteen-twenties and Thirties. Buildings and fortifications on the island wear a distinct, almost thematic look that characterizes this bygone era.
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