Ermita San Antonio De Padua De La Tuna, Isabela

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Neighborhood · Hidden Gem · Historic Site
The Hermitage of San Antonio de Padua de la Tuna (Spanish: Ermita de San Antonio de Padua de la Tuna) near Isabela, Puerto Rico dates from 1730. It comprises the ruins of a village church that was abandoned in the early 19th century when the community, with the permission of Governor Salvador Meléndez, moved to a more favorable location nearer the coast, which became the town of Isabela, founded in 1819.
The hermitage was listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1983.
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  • Interesting piece of puerto rican history that should not be missed! Simple but worth the visit. Informative staff, so go when it’s open. You don’t have to pay but a small donation is appreciated...  more »
  • This was perfect for the kids. A little outdoor walking around with good information. The attendant was very nice and gave the kids some pamphlets with crayons. It's very small so you won't be here...  more »

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