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Morro Fort was begun in 1539. It’s actually the second fort the Spanish built in Puerto Rico. It has lots of staircases and corridors and tiny entryways for soldiers to quickly get to their killing posts.

One of four sentries

Old cannon

Wider part of the fort

No Kyle don’t eat those!

The oldest part of the fort

A gutter, which was also wide enough for a man to crawl through

The inside of the main courtyard

The ocean

2 thoughts on “Puerto Rico Day 1, Part 2

  1. Justin

    Reminds me of Fort Elmina. Love that pic fourth from the top. Hard to imagine being disappointed in a fort with views like that.

  2. krista

    You 2 are perfect for each other. It makes me smile and think of butterflies.

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