Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Old San Juan Garita

The Legend of the Devil's Garita
This legend tells the story about the disappearance of a Spanish guard soldier named Sanchez and his forbidden lover Diana. They misteriously disappeared leaving in the garita his fusil, pouch and uniform.




La leyenda de la Garita del diablo
Esta leyenda cuenta la historia de la desaparición de un soldado de la guardia española llamado Sánchez y su amor prohibido Diana. Ellos desaparecieron misteriosamente dejando en la garita su fusil, la bolsa y uniforme.

Castillo San Felipe del Morro also known as Fort San Felipe del Morro or Morro Castle, is a 16th-century citadel located in San Juan, Puerto Rico. 
The checkpoints of El Morro 

are the icon 

of Old San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Two Patterns for stained glass
of this Garita 

available in


Caribbean Inspirations is a journey in stained glass patterns that describes the Puerto Rican culture. Icons like the Morro's Castle checkpoint (Garita del Diablo), The Three Kings (Reyes Magos), shaved ice cone cart (carrito de piragüas), national flower and flag, as well as the Cuban flag. Including two special projects of a 19th century little house (Casita Criolla) and instructions to display it as an accent lamp. Full color photos of projects and glass color suggestions for new patterns.

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Y en 
Vidrio y algo más
Edificio Torre de la Reina
frente al parque Luis Muñoz Rivera
San Juan, Puerto Rico
787-725-8329

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