Fort San Andres

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Romblon Island
Province of Romblon
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12.578662°N 122.270424°E

Fort San Andres, built about 1650 under the supervision of Rev. Pedro de San Agustin, A.R., known as Padre Capitan, to protect the town and harbor of Romblon against pirates. – NHCP Marker

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Posted: September 21, 2012

Author: pamana360

Category: Forts & Watchtowers

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  1. […] [8] Fort San Andres was a component of the now widthrawn “Spanish Fortifications of the Philippines” nomination for UNESCO World Heritage Site listing. It is also a declared National Cultural Treasure. Its twin Fort Santiago is already in ruins. Also look at http://pamana.ph/fort-san-andres/ […]

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