Spanish Lighthouse on Corregidor
This is the only structure on Corregidor Island depicting the Philippines' Spanish era. Imagine the days of the Galleon Trade when ships came to bring goods from Europe to trade in Manila. One historical version says that all ships had to have their cargo inspected at "Isla del Corregidor" and I imagine the folks of long ago trading their wares in a plaza similar to this. (The other historical version depicts Corregidor Island as a penitentiary.)
In 1836, the original Spanish lighthouse was constructed to warn Manila Bay of incoming galleon or approaching enemies. A bigger lighthouse was built in 1897 but was destroyed during World War II. This lighthouse is now a reconstruction on the same original location but at 628 feet above sea level.