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Not much to say, except that this is a beautiful piece. I almost missed it on my self guided walking tour due to the streets around La Forteleza being barricaded due to the political turmoil. I stumbled upon it accidently and it's a gorgeous work...More
For me this statue represent how we can accomplish anything we put our hearts in if we just our belief and expectation together! Make sure to stop by the 50 year old little shop of Limbers acceso the Street from it! My father used to...More
A beautiful little plaza in Old San Juan, where you can sit and enjoy the surroundings filled with so much history. You can almost feel like you were there hundreds of years ago when it all happened. Love it and will visit over and over...More
One of the most beautiful sculptures in the old town and the views from there are too. My favorite. If you get there, look uphill and see a house with a sign that says "Limbers", go over and buy one, is a typical thing and...More
La Rogativa, meaning “the procession” to pray to God for help, refers to an important event on April 30, 1797. The British had taken control of the city, so the governor ordered a rogativa. It was led by the bishop through the streets of the...More
This a very special place in San Juan. It is on the old walls overlooking the San Juan Bay and the palace of La Fortaleza (The Governor's house). Beautiful at every hour of the day, specially during the late afternoon, at sunset.