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  • Historical Fernando Luis Toro Casa

    The city of Ponce in Puerto Rico has a long history, and is thus known for its many historical attractions and its superb architecture. Many of these structures can be found in the Ponce ...

  • Christopher Columbus Statue for Puerto Rico

    Acknowledged as the discoverer of the New World, Christopher Columbus made an indelible mark in history, and while in the past he may have been hailed as a hero, in more modern times he is ...

  • Cementerio Católico San Vicente de Paul

    Tucked away in Magueyes Urbano, a residential suburb of Ponce, is the historical landmark of Saint Vincent de Paul Catholic Cemetery (Cementerio Católico San Vicente de Paul). This strictly ...

  • Vieques Conservation and Historical Trust

    Founded in 1984 as a non-profit and non-political organization, the Vieques Conservation and Historical Trust is supported by members of the local community, as well as by interested donors ...

  • Talented Actor Raúl Juliá

    Born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on 9 March 1940, Raúl Rafael Carlos Juliá y Arcelay became a well-known actor, who was involved in various humanitarian activities. Juliá was inspired to become ...

  • Casa Aboy – A Tribute to the Art of Photography

    Originally built as a beach house on the Ponce de León Avenue of Miramar in San Juan's Santurce district, Casa Aboy was declared a National Historical Landmark of Puerto Rico in 1989. The ...

  • The Font-Ubides House of the Historic Zone of Ponce

    Located on Castillo Street in the historic zone of Ponce, the Font-Ubides House was designed by renowned Puerto Rican architect Blas Silva and built in 1913. The beautifully preserved building ...

  • Albergue Caritativo Tricoche in Ponce

    The Albergue Caritativo Tricoche, also referred to as Hospital Tricoche, is an extremely significant building in the city of Ponce, not only for its historical value but for services it has ...

  • History of the Jose V. Toledo Federal Building

    There is a building in Old San Juan that was constructed for the purpose of a courthouse and a post office, and today serves as the United States District Court for the District of Puerto ...

  • Carnegie Library in Puerto Rico

    In the year 1903 a small library was constructed in San Juan, Puerto Rico, which preserved books and documents that dated back to 1898. It was known as the Island Library. With funding donated ...