Puente dela Reina

The oldest bridge in the city, recognized as the "Bridge of the Queen", a cobblestone bridge built in the 1800's known as the Spanish Colonial Era. Once used as a docking area for sailboats, Chinese Vinta's, Javans and Indonesians who frequented the island selling their products all around Asia. It is truly a historic bridge and is still in use today, giving evidence to the Spanish colonialization of the city.

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