The Fuerte de San Diego History Museum in Acapulco is a good place to learn some of the history of the state of Guerrero. The ... More
Fuerte de San Diego
The Fuerte de San Diego History Museum in Acapulco is a good place to learn some of the history of the state of Guerrero. The building is pentagon-shaped, and because of this, there are five main exhibition rooms. Exhibits offer unique cultural experiences, including an exhibit devoted to the Yope Indians who defended the building in a heroic resistance to Spanish conqueror Hernán Cortes. The fort suffered some damage during the 1776 earthquake, but has been restored since then. Today, you can see it in its near-original state.
My husband, his sister and her husband and I visited the fort when we came on a cruise ship. We could see it from the ship and walked over. It was very reasonable to get in, the exhibits were very well presented, and there were good views from the walls. I highly recommend it.
I was with the love of my life there will remember it all my life. Would give anything to go back with her. We went there and spent about 3 hours saying our good by and was to go backin one year to marry her but didnot make it back but think of it every day of my life
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