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Caparra Ruins

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Rte. 2, Km 6.6, Guaynabo 00968, Puerto Rico
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Reviewed 21 January 2018

A very interesting stop while in San Juan. Juan Ponce de Leon, in 1508, arrived by expedition and built a fort residence made of masonry and stone named Caparra. The museum has some interest, but is mostly in Spanish. You are able to obtain a...More

1  Thank Larry W
Reviewed 25 August 2017 via mobile

Caparra was the first town in all PR so is like 500 years old. Lots of history in this small place..

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Reviewed 10 February 2015

In no guide books, but managed to come across it on the web. It is a super little place and even though it is on a main road, has its own small parking lot. The most memorable part of the visit was the attitude of...More

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Reviewed 2 May 2014

The Caparra Ruins was the house of Juan Ponce de Leon, the first governor of Puerto Rico. Here you can see and walk between the ruins and appreciate the objects found here inside the museum near the ruins. Is very interesting site for know about...More

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