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Baluarte de San Carlos/Museo de la Ciudad

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All Mexico 365 wrote a review Jul 2018
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico1,313 contributions54 helpful votes
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he city of Campeche, a World Heritage site since 1999, has a long and colorful history due to its importance as a port city. One of the city’s principal attractions are the remnants of the walls built to protect citizens against marauding pirates. You can visit what remains of these walls with an easy walk from anywhere close to the center of the city. Look for the museum entrance and take a look inside. The museum may be small and have few artifacts but it is worth a 15- to 30-minute visit (the entrance fee is also very inexpensive). A relaxing stroll along the top of the walls offers some good photographic opportunities and some decent views of the surrounding city.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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richard m wrote a review Jul 2017
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico575 contributions106 helpful votes
Take the tour, they will explained the historic resemblance, and then go to the one u Like More, the san Carlos fort Was in remodel, se closed But lovely, diferent compared to the other one left in América Cartagena
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Date of experience: July 2017
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JonasGer17 wrote a review Apr 2017
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Make sure you take a tour (free same as the admission), they will explain and show animations about the turbulent history of the city
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Date of experience: April 2017
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Steve Y wrote a review Jul 2015
Silver Spring, Maryland4,131 contributions408 helpful votes
Out of all the bastions in Campeche, that of San Carlos is the most picturesque. It is quite unique as it is the only one that has an alarm sounding bell that would have been rung at the time of an attack. Do ensure you visit this museum as well.
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Date of experience: July 2015
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missmykitty wrote a review Mar 2013
Weymouth, Massachusetts27 contributions13 helpful votes
This lovely museum cost about $5 to visit, and had wonderful recreated rooms from 19th Century Campeche... a parlor, bedroom and kitchen. There was also a gift shop and book stall. All within a charming old building with a great courtyard, where local professional types and office workers were taking a morning cup of coffee. Wonderful place.
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Date of experience: March 2013
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