The “Agora Cultural Outings” Circle, organized a visit to one of the few works of military architecture existing in Peru, recognized as the largest built by the Spaniards in America during the eighteenth century,
La Fortaleza Real Felipe, named after King Philip V of the House of Bourbon. This construction served as a shelter from an adverse era, as well as the setting for events that set the course for the country’s history. It is currently one of the headquarters of the Peruvian Army Museums.
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