Cover Newspaper headlines read 'Marcos Still Here', as soldiers face supporters of opposition leader Cory Aquino outside the Malacanang Palace, Manila, home of President Ferdinand Marcos, 25th February 1986. The mass demonstrations, which came to be known as the People Power Revolution, or EDSA Revolution, toppled Marcos after four days. (Photo by Alex Bowie/Getty Images)

In 1986, millions of Filipinos gathered along Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (EDSA) to fight for their democratic freedom. Look through photos of the momentous People Power Revolution that marked a new era in the Philippines:

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