Port of San Juan
Walking and Driving around Old San Juan, Puerto Rico

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Old San Juan, Puerto Rico
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Plus video of "La Perla" the most colorful ghetto in the world squeezed between old castle walls. Also San Juan, Rincon, Isabela, Bayamon, Carolina, Rio Piedras, Isla Verde, Puerto Rico 2011.
Take a Food and History Tour of Old San Juan, Puerto Rico
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Take a walk through the streets of Old San Juan, Puerto Rico to explore its history and sample the local cuisine.
Walking and Driving around Old San Juan, Puerto Rico
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As the title states, this video is look at beautiful old San Juan.
El Morro, Old San Juan, Puerto Rico
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The construction of the Fort San Felipe del Morro began in 1539 when King Charles V of Spain authorized its construction, including the surrounding walls. The purpose was to defend the port of San Juan.It was also constructed to control the entry to the harbor. Construction started the same year with a tiny proto-fortress that was "completed" in 1589. This small section comprises perhaps 10% of the structure people see today. In 1587, engineers Juan de Tejada and Juan Bautista Antonelli designed the actual appearance of the castle following well established Spanish military fortification design principles. Similar Spanish fortifications of the 17th-18th centuries can be seen in Cuba, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Veracruz and Acapulco, Mexico, Portobello and Panama City, Panamá,and many other Latin American locations which were governed as part of the Spanish Empire during the Age of Exploration. The first fort of the Americas, Fort San Felipe, was built in Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic in 1540. Many complex additional new structures were added to El Morro over the next 400 years. The outer walls are six meters thick. In 1680, Governor Enrique Enríquez de Sotomayor begun the construction of the walls surrounding the city of San Juan, which took 48 years. By the late 18th century, El Morro's walls had grown to be 18 feet (5.5 m) thick. Today El Morro has six levels that rise from sea level to 145 feet (44 m) high. All along the walls are seen the dome-covered sentry boxes known as garitas, which have become a cultural symbol of Puerto Rico itself. The El Morro or Port San Juan Light was built atop the fort in 1843, but in 1908, it was replaced by the US military with the current lighthouse. Including the exterior open killing grounds, known as the glacis and esplanade, dominated by cannon in the 17th and 18th centuries, El Morro can be said to take up over 70 acres (280,000 m²).
At port in San Juan
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Norwegian Jewel Cruise ship just docked at the pier in San Juan Purto Rico. this is a 7 day cruise from miami florida
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San Juan, Puerto Rico - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Celebrity Solstice - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia-Tonnage 122,000GT Lenghth 1,033ft (314.86m)
Celebrity Solstice is a Solstice-class cruise ship owned and operated by Celebrity Cruises.
At the time she was launched, she held the record for the largest cruise ship ever built in Germany
MS Eurodam - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tonnage 86.700 Length 935ft (285.0m)
Puerto Rico, San Juan. ??????-????, ???-???? (polozov 225)
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San Juan Port
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This is a little video of where the Cruise Ships Destiny docked at San Juan Harbor and a 360 view, A little Windy as well, so there is noise, bring the volume down, but not as bad as el Morro. Hope you enjoy the Video as well. Thanks to the Prophets for Broadband lol!
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