Weathered Fortress

Standing since 1783 are doorways to the weathered fortress, Castillo San Cristobal.

Weathered Lookout
Castillo San Cristobal – San Juan, Puerto Rico

Narrow walkway to the overlook of the Caribbean Sea.

Tunnel Entrance
Castillo San Cristobal – San Juan, Puerto Rico

Main entrance to the fort’s extensive tunnel system.

Into the Tunnel
Castillo San Cristobal – San Juan, Puerto Rico

Anyone up to joining me into the darkness of the weaving tunnels?

Images copyright – Irene Tron.  All rights reserved.

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Defense from Attack

Sill standing along the Caribbean.

Defense from Attack
Fort San Geronimo – San Juan, Puerto Rico

Now considered old, Fort San Geronimo was built in the 18th century as a defense from attack.

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Door After Door . . .

Lots of rooms but no privacy with door after door after . . . .

Door After Door
Castillo San Cristobal –  Puerto Rico

But when built by the Spanish as a massive fortress in 1539, thinking that privacy was not on the list of necessities.

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Irene Tron, photographer

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