Located on the northeast corner of Old San Juan, Fort Cristobal is one of the largest fortresses ever built in the Americas. ... More
Fort San Cristobal
Located on the northeast corner of Old San Juan, Fort Cristobal is one of the largest fortresses ever built in the Americas. Construction commenced in 1634 and the fort was redesigned in the 19th century. With its impressive walls reaching over 100 feet above the crashing waves, its primary function was to guard San Juan against land attacks. San Cristobal is attached to El Morro by colossal walls filled with cannon-firing positions. Daily free tours are offered in English and in Spanish.
Between the 15th and 19th centuries, a series of defensive structures was built at this strategic point in the Caribbean
Sea to protect the city and the Bay of San Juan. They represent a fine display of European military ...
Come admire current works by the Puerto Rican contemporary art community here. Browse the historic exhibition area where you'll view
old photographs and artifacts. The Museum showcases works of the top rated local artists that are available to the ...
Cementerio de San Juan is a famous and populated cemetery. It is a historic landmark that was the first of
its type developed in San Juan. Initially, it was intended as a resting place for famous war veterans from ...