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.
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