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El Morro is a Spanish term meaning "The Promontory", which in English may be used in reference to the resemblance of various promontories. It may refer to:
- El Morro National Monument, in northwest New Mexico
- El morro del tulcán, an ancient pyramid in Southern Colombia
- El Morro, New Mexico, an unincorporated village in northwest New Mexico
- Castillo San Felipe del Morro, part of San Juan National Historic Site in Puerto Rico
- Morro Castle (Havana), at the entrance to the Bay of Havana, Cuba
- Castillo de San Pedro de la Roca, in Santiago de Cuba
- Fortaleza San Felipe, a former fort that has been converted into a museum in Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic
- El Morro mine, a gold mine in Atacama Region, Chile
- A small island near Taboga Island in the Gulf of Panama
- Isla El Morro, a rock outcrop in Acapulco Bay
- The Nine Sisters or the Morros are a chain of nine volcanic mountains and hills in western San Luis Obispo County, central California
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