Very interesting building with huge courtyards and museums on the second floor. Only three of the museum exhibits were open when we visited; one exhibited modern art and was fun! Well worth the visit
This three-story building is a military camp built by the Spanish army on three acres of land in 1854. It can accommodate more than 1,000 soldiers and their families. It is the largest and most impressive building built by the Spanish royal family in the Americas One of the things. Its inner courtyard is large (not to be missed!) This is one of the best examples of 19th-century Spanish architecture, surrounded by some nice cafes and shops. On the second floor is the Las Americas Museum. There are three permanent collections, focusing on African heritage, American Indians and American popular art. In addition, the museum also hosts an annual temporary art exhibition.
The architectural style of the Latin American Museum is particularly beautiful, and it looks very attractive from the outside, because its architectural style is very delicate and unique, completely different from our Asian style. But after I went in, I felt that the environment was good. In fact, the collections in it were very average, but overall it was pretty good.
Just beside the ruins of the fortress, there is a large lawn next to it, and the waves in front of the reef are beating against the rocks. Since I didn't understand Spanish, I didn't go in and read it.
In the Latin American Museum, you can learn about the history and culture of Puerto Rico's Latin Americans, and play an important role in the country's contribution and development.