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Castillo De Los Tres Reyes Del Morro, Havana
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This is an easy trip across the harbour to Casablanca. The fort provides good views of Havana from across the water. The walk to the fort is not long with interesting attractions on the way including ... read more »
「ハバナ旧市街とその要塞群」の名前で、ユネスコの世界遺産に登録されている。モロ要塞の灯台は特に絵になる風景でマレコン通りから眺めるのが好きです。カバーニャ要塞に比べると見学するところは少ないですが、カバーニャ要塞から歩いて10分位なので、あわせて行くのがいいと思う。In the name of "old Havana and its fortifications", is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. The lighthouse of Morro fortress like in particular with picturesque views overlooking the Malecon Avenue. I think go together is less to see compared to the cabanas fortress where, walking from the cabanas fortress, about 10 minutes, so it's good.show original
Castillo ubicado a la entrada de la bahia de la Habana se usaba en la colonia para defender la Ciudad de Corsarios y piratas. Tiene un hermoso faro para guiar las embarcaciones que se acerca a tierra ... read more »Castle located at the entrance of Havana Bay was used in the colony to defend the city from pirates. It has a beautiful lighthouse to guide vessels approaching to land safelyshow original
Due to its strategic location, Havana was always attacked by pirates and other countries since it was founded in 16C. Thus, several forts were built at the mouth of Havana Bay in order to protect the city from invasion. The most impressive one must be Castillo de Morro which mightily stood on the cliff overlooking the sea at the tip of Casablanca neighbourhood. The best is to enjoy a panoramic view over the whole Havana and the sea.
Kimberly Ann Graham
Incredible old fortification from the 1500's. Each evening they do a cannon ceremony in the same way it's always been done. Pomp and circumstance. A wonderful look back at history. The interiors of the castle have vendors set up to sell all manner of locally made items.
Rather nice place. It cost us 2 CUC per person to go to the area, and it was fun to explore around.
I was born in old Havana, from my windows, you could have a great view of Havana bay entry, the fort of El Morro, plus streets full of history with stone adoquines, I always will miss it.
Fabulously maintained piece of history. The view across the harbor is as stunning as the artifacts inside.
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