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The cemetery was locked closed despite the sign saying it was open 7am-3pm. It was closed with a chain and pad lock that was completely rusted and looked like it has been on there for years. It was really easy to find the tunnel but...More
Very interesting place to observe, either from above or actually down in the cemetery itself. A lot ofold graves. Very good for photos. Glad we walked down and looked at the cemetery ip close. Did go in daytime--have heard it can get dicey down there...More
I visit PR every year and there is STILL something new to see every time I come. Although I didn't do a tour of the cemetery, my husband was able to capture some beautiful pictures with El Moro in the background. Google maps got us...More
I love cemeteries no matter where I go, but there’s something about Hispanic cemeteries that are just so beautiful! The time and effort put into each grave site is just stunning! There’s flags, flowers, candles, relics, stones, etc left at graves. It shows a lot...More
This cemetery is next to the Fort San Filepe and is very well cared for. Such a beautiful resting place for loved ones. We've never walked through it but stood from afar admiring it. I have seen others actually walk through it. Some of the...More