Built for Thomas Wolsey in 1514, but taken from him by King Henry VIII a few years later. Used by the royals for many years, notably William III who rebuilt much of it. It's now a popular tourist attraction. This is the main entrance or 'Great Gate'.

Built for Thomas Wolsey in 1514, but taken from him by King Henry VIII a few years later. Used by the royals for many years, notably William III who rebuilt much of it. It's now a popular tourist attraction. This is the main entrance or 'Great Gate'.

Though technically part of the Puerto Rican capital, the island of Old San Juan is it’s own small town. European-style cobblestone streets add to the charm of this spot, which feels like stepping right into a 16th-century Spanish colony. The best part? You don’t need a passport to get there.

Though technically part of the Puerto Rican capital, the island of Old San Juan is it’s own small town. European-style cobblestone streets add to the charm of this spot, which feels like stepping right into a 16th-century Spanish colony. The best part? You don’t need a passport to get there.

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