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Fuerte de San Fernando en Bocachica (Cartagena, Colombia)
Colombia

En la Isla de Tierra Bomba, este fuerte es la entrada al Puerto de Cartagena, a través del Canal de Bocachica. Por este lugar ingresan los cruceros que llegan a Cartagena de Indias, en la actualidad. Puede visitarse este fuerte, tomando una lancha en el Muelle de los Pegasos, en Cartagena. No hay carretera para llegar hasta aquí.

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Uploaded: 07/01/2011
Updated: 30/06/2014
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