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1983 Fortaleza y sitio historico de San Juan de Puerto Rico
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San Juan. National Historic Site
National Park Service. San Juan National Historic Site, includes forts, bastions, powder houses, wall and El Ca?uelo Fort, also called San Juan de la Cruz?defensive fortifications that once surrounded the old, colonial portion of San Juan, Puerto Rico. El Ca?uelo Fort is located at Isla de Cabras at the western end of the entrance to San Juan Bay. Sections of the massive sandstone walls, dating to the 1630s, remain; so, too, do the San Cristoboal and San Felipe del Morro forts.
San Juan - National Historic Site
World Heritage Sites in the United States. The system of fortifications in San Juan begun in the late 16th century gave Spain strategic control of the Caribbean until the late 19th century. It includes two (2) large forts and a system of fortified city walls. La Fortaleza was built between 1533 and 1540 to control access from the harbor to the town of San Juan. It was remodeled over the years and served as the residence for royal officials and the treasury for documents. The second fort was El Morro, built to protect San Juan Bay: it eventually developed into a masterpiece of military engineering with stout walls, carefully planned steps and ramps for moving men and artillery.
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