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Monumento en Fuerte Español San Antonio - Ancud

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Fuerte San Antonio

Antigua fortificación española, construida en 1770 en la parte alta de la ciudad de Ancud, protegida por cañones de bronce que dominaban la entrada al Puerto.


Fuerte San Antonio | Foto: Pedro Rebolledo Rubilar

Construido en 1770, a 800m de la plaza de armas sobre una explanada protegida con cañones, que dominaban la entrada al puerto. Detalle aquí flameó (1826) por última vez en Chile, una bandera española.

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