A little bit of culture and history VI

A little bit of culture and history VI

Fort Santa Isabel is a coastal fortification in the town of Taytay of Palawan, Philippines. Fort Santa Isabel was originally built in 1667 as a wooden palisade under the Augustinian priests. It was named in honor of Isabella II of Spain.

A little bit of culture and history VI

Through the efforts of Governor General Fernando Manuel de Bustillo, the structure was replaced in 1738 by a coral limestone fort and was primarily used by the Spanish as a defensive structure where they fire cannons from against Muslim raiders riding on war boats

Wednesday, 16 June of 2021