El Parterre-Ojo De Agua
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El Parterre--Ojo de Agua
|Location||Bounded by Munoz Rivera, Gonzalo Firpo, De Diego, and Mango Sts., Aguadilla, Puerto Rico|
|NRHP Reference #||86000781|
|Added to NRHP||January 13, 1986|
El Parterre--Ojo de Agua is a landscaped plaza area in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico that was built in 1851.
There is a natural spring which was a source of water for Spanish soldiers.
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