El Parterre

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El Parterre – Ojo De Agua
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Location of Aguadilla and El Parterre in Puerto Rico
Location Bounded by Muñoz Rivera, Gonzalo Firpo, José de Diego, and Mangó Streets
Aguadilla, Puerto Rico
Coordinates 18°25′55″N 67°09′15″W / 18.432083°N 67.154279°W / 18.432083; -67.154279Coordinates: 18°25′55″N 67°09′15″W / 18.432083°N 67.154279°W / 18.432083; -67.154279
Built 1851
Architect Hau,Enrique
NRHP Reference # 86000781
Added to NRHP January 13, 1986

El Parterre is a landscaped plaza in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, that was built in 1851. The plaza encloses the Ojo de Agua, a natural spring which was a source of water for Spanish soldiers.[1]

The park and spring were listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1986.[2]

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  1. ^ Bourdony, José Rafael; Reichard, Herman (July 1984), National Register of Historic Places Inventory — Nomination Form: El Parterre - Ojo de Agua (PDF), retrieved January 14, 2016 .
  2. ^ National Park Service (January 24, 1986), Weekly announcement of National Register of Historic Places actions (PDF), p. 9, retrieved January 14, 2016 .

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