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Puente dela Reina

Puente De La Reina, The oldest bridge in the city, a cobblestone bridge built in the 1800s that was used as a docking area for sailboats, vintas of Chinese, Javans and Indonesians who frequented the island to sell their produce from around Asia.It was built during the Spanish times and was recognized as the "Bridge of the Queen." the bridge is truly historic and still in use to this day.This structure gives evidence to the Spanish colonization of the city.


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