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Old Fort but no one cares for it....

Lots of History that is not told about this Fort , very interesting story and the Battle of... read more

Reviewed 8 March 2018
mag85353
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Phoenix, Arizona
A site to see on a quick tour

Husband, son, and I saw this fort on our quick tour of Mazatlan. We toured in a vehicle called... read more

Reviewed 13 April 2016
Michelle A
via mobile
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Built in 1892, this fort honors the March 31, 1864 heroic efforts of a local garrison, and now serves as a maritime office.
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8 Mar 2018
“Old Fort but no one cares for it....”
12 Apr 2016
“A site to see on a quick tour”
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Mazatlan, Mexico
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Reviewed 8 March 2018

Lots of History that is not told about this Fort , very interesting story and the Battle of Mazatlan that gave a victory over the French Invasion in March 1864. I walked thru the Fort but no one came out to give a tour ,...More

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Reviewed 13 April 2016 via mobile

Husband, son, and I saw this fort on our quick tour of Mazatlan. We toured in a vehicle called pumeria. It is like a mix of a Volkswagon and golf cart. If we had the time, we would have walked the coast. This was a...More

Thank Michelle A
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Reviewed 13 March 2016

We could not enter the fort when we visited March 12, 2016 but could look inside and view the outer walls. There is one cannon facing the bay and one can imagine many soldiers serving here, with more cannon, peering through the slits in the...More

Thank Richard289
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Reviewed 30 December 2011

Often misnamed the Old Spanish Fort, it actually is a monument to the heroic Battle of Mazatlan that took place when the warship Cordelliere tried to land troops here during the French invasion of 1864. They were repelled by canon fire from El Vigia (Lookout...More

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