Puerto Rico, Old San Juan, El Morro : Stock Photo
Puerto Rico, Old San Juan, El Morro : Stock Photo

Puerto Rico, Old San Juan, El Morro

Credit: Brooke Slezak
Creative #: 200155616-001
El Morro is a Spanish fortress that was constructed in 1540 to keep seaborne enemies out of San Juan. Inside the walls is a veritable labyrinth of chambers, barracks, hallways and prison cells. It survived many attacks in it's time. Today it welcomes multitudes of arriving cruise ships and aircraft to the busiest port in the Caribbean. Over two million visitors a year explore theme windswept ramparts and passageways, where the history of 400 years of Spain in Puerto Rico comes alive.

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