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Visit El Morro

The Castillo San Felipe del Morro, aka El Morro, is a 400-year-old fort in the old town. Built from 1539 to 1787, this impressive piece of Spanish colonial defense served as Spain’s control point over most of the Caribbean.

Over the centuries, it’s suffered attacks from the English, Dutch, and America—but still stands as a symbol of pride for Puerto Rico.

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Take a few hours to truly explore this fortress— the lighthouse, the many margaritas (wall-mounted turrets or sentry boxes), the Cannon Water Battery, and the Old Tower— all perfect settings for a fun photoshoot.

The Castillo San Felipe del Morro, aka El Morro, is a 400-year-old fort in the old town. Built from 1539 to 1787, this impressive piece of Spanish colonial defense served as Spain’s control point over most of the Caribbean.

Over the centuries, it’s suffered attacks from the English, Dutch, and America—but still stands as a symbol of pride for Puerto Rico.

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Take a few hours to truly explore this fortress— the lighthouse, the many margaritas (wall-mounted turrets or sentry boxes), the Cannon Water Battery, and the Old Tower— all perfect settings for a fun photoshoot.