Fortifications at Portobelo-San Lorenzo, Reconstructed

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Arienne King
Budget Direct Travel Insurance
07 August 2020
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A digital reconstruction of the fortifications at Portobelo-San Lorenzo, originally built in 1597 CE. This fort was one of many built by the Spanish Empire on Panama's Caribbean coast to protect the trans-Atlantic trade of silver from the Americas. Located in Portobelo, Colon, Panama.

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