National Register of Historic Places listings in western Puerto Rico

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National Register entries listed below are found in the highlighted 12 municipalities of Puerto Rico.

This is a list of properties and districts in the western municipalities of Puerto Rico that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places (Spanish: Registro Nacional de Lugares Históricos). It includes places along the western coast, and on islands, and on the western slope of Puerto Rico's Cordillera Central.

The area covered spans 12 municipalities: Moca, Aguadilla, Aguada, Rincón, Añasco, Mayagüez, Hormigueros, San Germán, Sábana Grande, Guánica, Lajas and Cabo Rojo.

Names of places given are as they appear in the National Register, reflecting name as given in NRHP application at the date of listing. Note, the National Register name system does not accommodate Spanish á, ñ and other letters.

See also:

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted May 19, 2017.[1]

Aguada[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location Barrio Description
1 Puente de Coloso
Puente de Coloso
December 29, 2010
(#10001102)
Highway 418, km 0.5
18°23′57″N 67°09′22″W / 18.399083°N 67.156145°W / 18.399083; -67.156145 (Puente de Coloso)
Guanábano and Espinar Historic Bridges of Puerto Rico MPS

Aguadilla[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location Barrio Description
1 Cardona Residence
Cardona Residence
January 2, 1985
(#85000040)
55 Ramón E. Betances Street
18°25′45″N 67°09′17″W / 18.429120°N 67.154772°W / 18.429120; -67.154772 (Cardona Residence)
Aguadilla Pueblo
2 Casa de Piedra
Casa de Piedra
April 3, 1986
(#86000704)
14 Progreso Street
18°25′18″N 67°09′16″W / 18.421666°N 67.154353°W / 18.421666; -67.154353 (Casa de Piedra)
Aguadilla Pueblo A Spanish colonial house, also known as Amparo Roldán House
3 Church San Carlos Borromeo of Aguadilla
Church San Carlos Borromeo of Aguadilla
September 18, 1984
(#84003124)
José de Diego Street, Town Plaza
18°25′47″N 67°09′13″W / 18.429683°N 67.153638°W / 18.429683; -67.153638 (Church San Carlos Borromeo of Aguadilla)
Aguadilla Pueblo
4 District Courthouse
District Courthouse
January 2, 1985
(#85000041)
Progreso Street
18°25′32″N 67°09′16″W / 18.425514°N 67.154501°W / 18.425514; -67.154501 (District Courthouse)
Aguadilla Pueblo
5 Faro de Punta Borinquen
Faro de Punta Borinquen
October 22, 1981
(#81000559)
Off Highway 107
18°29′50″N 67°08′55″W / 18.497226°N 67.148712°W / 18.497226; -67.148712 (Faro de Punta Borinquen)
Borinquen
6 Fuerte de la Concepción[a]
Fuerte de la Concepción
April 3, 1986
(#86000703)
Agustín Stahl Street
18°26′09″N 67°09′21″W / 18.435956°N 67.155882°W / 18.435956; -67.155882 (Fuerte de la Concepción)
Aguadilla Pueblo [4]
7 Old Urban Cemetery
Old Urban Cemetery
January 2, 1985
(#85000042)
At the foot of Cuesta Vieja
18°26′16″N 67°09′22″W / 18.437842°N 67.156199°W / 18.437842; -67.156199 (Old Urban Cemetery)
Aguadilla Pueblo
8 El Parterre – Ojo De Agua
El Parterre – Ojo De Agua
January 13, 1986
(#86000781)
Bounded by Muñoz Rivera, Gonzalo Firpo, José de Diego, and Mangó Streets
18°25′55″N 67°09′15″W / 18.432083°N 67.154279°W / 18.432083; -67.154279 (El Parterre – Ojo De Agua)
Aguadilla Pueblo
9 Residence Lopez[b]
Residence Lopez
January 2, 1985
(#85000043)
67 Progreso Street
18°25′31″N 67°09′15″W / 18.425249°N 67.154159°W / 18.425249; -67.154159 (Residence Lopez)
Aguadilla Pueblo Built in 1914, this one-story, Neoclassical house is architecturally significant as a typical urban residence for a well-to-do Puerto Rican family in the early 20th century, and as one of the most important remaining works by architect Manuel Gómez Tejera.[7]

Former listings[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed Date removed Location City or town Summary
1 Silva-Benejan House Upload image
May 20, 1987
(#87000725)
August 28, 2002
15 Muñoz Rivera Street
Aguadilla

Añasco[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location Barrio Description
1 Puente de Añasco
Puente de Añasco
January 18, 2011
(#11000018)
Highway 2, km 146.1
18°16′21″N 67°09′42″W / 18.272599°N 67.161676°W / 18.272599; -67.161676 (Puente de Añasco)
Añasco Arriba and Sabanetas[c]

Cabo Rojo[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location Barrio Description
1 Punta Ostiones Upload image
August 25, 2004
(#04000908)
Address restricted[d][9]
Miradero
2 Faro de los Morrillos de Cabo Rojo
Faro de los Morrillos de Cabo Rojo
October 22, 1981
(#81000685)
South of Pole Ojea on Cabo Rojo
17°56′01″N 67°11′32″W / 17.933667°N 67.192194°W / 17.933667; -67.192194 (Faro de los Morrillos de Cabo Rojo)
Boquerón and Llanos Costa
3 Silva Bridge Upload image
July 19, 1995
(#95000834)
Highway 114, km 4
18°08′21″N 67°08′45″W / 18.139281°N 67.145699°W / 18.139281; -67.145699 (Silva Bridge)
Guanajibo and Guanajibo[e] Pratt pony truss bridge from 1897

Guánica[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location Barrio Description
1 Faro de Guanica[f]
Faro de Guanica
March 28, 1977
(#77001549)
Highway 333
17°57′03″N 66°54′11″W / 17.950866°N 66.903166°W / 17.950866; -66.903166 (Faro de Guanica)
Carenero This disused and ruined lighthouse was built by Spanish authorities in 1893 in a style reminiscent of plantation great houses. It marked the entrance to Guánica Bay, the most important harbor on the southern side of the island from early colonial times through the Spanish–American War in 1898.[10]
2 James Garfield Graded School
James Garfield Graded School
May 26, 2015
(#15000275)
65 de Infantería Street
17°58′23″N 66°54′31″W / 17.972925°N 66.908528°W / 17.972925; -66.908528 (James Garfield Graded School)
Guánica Pueblo
3 Hacienda Santa Rita
Hacienda Santa Rita
January 5, 1984
(#84003147)
Highway 116R, km 32.7
18°00′27″N 66°53′03″W / 18.007462°N 66.884302°W / 18.007462; -66.884302 (Hacienda Santa Rita)
Susúa Baja
4 Yauco Battle Site
Yauco Battle Site
September 2, 2008
(#00001383)
Roughly bounded by Hacienda Santa Rita, Highways 389, 116R, 116, Loco River, and Seboruco Scarp
18°00′03″N 66°53′16″W / 18.000907°N 66.887886°W / 18.000907; -66.887886 (Yauco Battle Site)
Susúa Baja Site of the Battle of Yauco in 1898, in the Spanish–American War. See Puerto Rico Campaign. The Battle field was located at the time in Yauco, however the site became part of modern day Guanica after the founding of the municipality.

Hormigueros[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location Barrio Description
1 Casa Márquez Upload image
June 1, 2015
(#15000311)
8 Segundo Ruiz Belvis Street at Mateo Fajardo Street
18°08′19″N 67°07′41″W / 18.138524°N 67.127952°W / 18.138524; -67.127952 (Casa Márquez)
Hormigueros Pueblo
2 Santuario de la Monserrate de Hormigueros and Casa de Peregrinos
Santuario de la Monserrate de Hormigueros and Casa de Peregrinos
April 17, 1975
(#75002134)
1 Peregrinos Street and Highway 344
18°08′26″N 67°07′38″W / 18.140676°N 67.127164°W / 18.140676; -67.127164 (Santuario de la Monserrate de Hormigueros and Casa de Peregrinos)
Hormigueros Pueblo A church
3 Silva Bridge Upload image
July 19, 1995
(#95000834)
Highway 114, km 4
18°08′21″N 67°08′45″W / 18.139281°N 67.145699°W / 18.139281; -67.145699 (Silva Bridge)
Guanajibo and Guanajibo[e] Pratt pony truss bridge from 1897
4 Torrens Bridge[g] Upload image
May 11, 2000
(#00000423)
Highway 319, km 1.5
18°07′36″N 67°07′24″W / 18.126711°N 67.123249°W / 18.126711; -67.123249 (Torrens Bridge)
Hormigueros and Benavente This 1878 beam bridge with lattice girders and transverse joists has an engineering design unique in the United States. Built to support local economic development, it was later captured by the U.S. Army in 1898 as part of Battle of Hormigueros during the Spanish–American War.[12]

Lajas[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location Barrio Description
1 Luis Muñoz Rivera School Upload image
December 19, 2012
(#12001076)
Junction of 65 de Infantería and M. Dávila Streets
18°02′52″N 67°03′33″W / 18.047656°N 67.059094°W / 18.047656; -67.059094 (Luis Muñoz Rivera School)
Lajas Pueblo
2 Oliver Hazard Perry Graded School Upload image
December 19, 2012
(#16000852)
Junction of San Blas and Concordia Streets
18°03′01″N 67°03′35″W / 18.050224°N 67.059838°W / 18.050224; -67.059838 (Oliver Hazard Perry Graded School)
Lajas Pueblo

Mayagüez[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location Barrio Description
1 Asilo De Pobres
Asilo De Pobres
December 2, 1985
(#85003087)
Post Street
18°11′46″N 67°08′33″W / 18.196108°N 67.142469°W / 18.196108; -67.142469 (Asilo De Pobres)
Mayagüez Pueblo A municipal poor asylum, in Classical Revival architecture from 1920
2 Casa Consistorial De Mayaguez[h]
Casa Consistorial De Mayaguez
December 2, 1985
(#85003046)
Peral Street
18°12′04″N 67°08′23″W / 18.201111°N 67.139722°W / 18.201111; -67.139722 (Casa Consistorial De Mayaguez)
Mayagüez Pueblo City hall, from 1926[14]
3 Cementerio Municipal de Mayagüez
Cementerio Municipal de Mayagüez
August 25, 1988
(#88001247)
Southern end of Post Street
18°11′29″N 67°08′32″W / 18.19135°N 67.142269°W / 18.19135; -67.142269 (Cementerio Municipal de Mayagüez)
Mayagüez Pueblo Cemetery
4 Duran Esmoris Residencia
Duran Esmoris Residencia
September 7, 1988
(#88000655)
Méndez Vigo Street
18°12′16″N 67°08′44″W / 18.204521°N 67.145687°W / 18.204521; -67.145687 (Duran Esmoris Residencia)
Mayagüez Pueblo Bungalow or Craftsman building from 1921, designed by Luis Fernando Nieva
5 Edificio Jose de Diego[i]
Edificio Jose de Diego
November 18, 1977
(#77001553)
University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez campus
18°12′33″N 67°08′29″W / 18.209150°N 67.141522°W / 18.209150; -67.141522 (Edificio Jose de Diego)
Mayagüez Pueblo Central administration building of the University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez, from 1913[16]
6 Faro de la Isla de la Mona
Faro de la Isla de la Mona
October 22, 1981
(#81000689)
East side of Mona Island
18°05′12″N 67°50′48″W / 18.086529°N 67.846531°W / 18.086529; -67.846531 (Faro de la Isla de la Mona)
Isla de Mona e Islote Monito
7 Gomez Residencia[j]
Gomez Residencia
June 15, 1988
(#88000656)
60 Méndez Vigo Street
18°12′09″N 67°08′37″W / 18.202512°N 67.143482°W / 18.202512; -67.143482 (Gomez Residencia)
Mayagüez Pueblo Building from 1933 designed by architect Francisco Porrata Doria[20]
8 Isla de Mona
Isla de Mona
December 17, 1993
(#93001398)
Mona Island
18°05′12″N 67°53′22″W / 18.086667°N 67.889444°W / 18.086667; -67.889444 (Isla de Mona)
Isla de Mona e Islote Monito
9 La Casa Solariega de Jose De Diego[k] Upload image
April 3, 1986
(#86000624)
52 Liceo Street
18°12′00″N 67°08′08″W / 18.199980°N 67.135609°W / 18.199980; -67.135609 (La Casa Solariega de Jose De Diego)
Mayagüez Pueblo From 1890[21]
10 Logia Adelphia
Logia Adelphia
February 19, 1986
(#86000323)
64E Sol Street
18°12′01″N 67°08′20″W / 18.200208°N 67.138817°W / 18.200208; -67.138817 (Logia Adelphia)
Mayagüez Pueblo From 1912, designed by Sabas Honore
11 Nazario Rivera Residencia[l]
Nazario Rivera Residencia
September 13, 1988
(#88000686)
105 Post Street
18°11′55″N 67°08′29″W / 18.198516°N 67.141341°W / 18.198516; -67.141341 (Nazario Rivera Residencia)
Mayagüez Pueblo From 1872, designed by Juaquín Hernández.
12 Plaza Publica[m]
Plaza Publica
December 3, 1985
(#85003085)
Candelaria Street
18°12′04″N 67°08′21″W / 18.201108°N 67.139103°W / 18.201108; -67.139103 (Plaza Publica)
Mayagüez Pueblo From 1760[25]
13 Puente de Añasco
Puente de Añasco
January 18, 2011
(#11000018)
Highway 2, km 146.1
18°16′21″N 67°09′42″W / 18.272599°N 67.161676°W / 18.272599; -67.161676 (Puente de Añasco)
Sabanetas and Añasco Arriba[c]
14 Ramírez Fuentes Residencia[n]
Ramírez Fuentes Residencia
July 12, 1988
(#88000965)
117 Méndez Vigo Street
18°12′06″N 67°08′12″W / 18.201699°N 67.136683°W / 18.201699; -67.136683 (Ramírez Fuentes Residencia)
Mayagüez Pueblo Bungalow/Craftsman building from 1925, designed by Pascasio Fajardo[28]
15 Residencia Heygler Upload image
July 12, 1988
(#88000962)
51 Liceo Street
18°12′01″N 67°08′07″W / 18.200177°N 67.135348°W / 18.200177; -67.135348 (Residencia Heygler)
Mayagüez Pueblo From 1830
16 Residencia Ramirez De Arellano en Guanajibo[o] Upload image
February 5, 1987
(#86003192)
Highway 102
18°10′19″N 67°10′38″W / 18.171944°N 67.177222°W / 18.171944; -67.177222 (Residencia Ramirez De Arellano en Guanajibo)
Guanajibo Plantation style building from 1930[29]
17 Teatro Yaguez[p]
Teatro Yaguez
December 2, 1985
(#85003086)
Junction of Candelaria and Basora Streets
18°12′04″N 67°08′25″W / 18.201219°N 67.140208°W / 18.201219; -67.140208 (Teatro Yaguez)
Mayagüez Pueblo From 1909, designed by Sabas Honore et al.[31]
18 U.S. Custom House
U.S. Custom House
February 10, 1988
(#88000076)
Junction of Candelaria Street and José González Clemente Avenue
18°12′23″N 67°09′05″W / 18.206464°N 67.151378°W / 18.206464; -67.151378 (U.S. Custom House)
Mayagüez Pueblo From 1924, designed by Rafael Carmoega
19 U.S. Post Office and Courthouse
U.S. Post Office and Courthouse
May 21, 1986
(#86001169)
Junction of Candelaria and Pilar DeFillo Streets
18°12′06″N 67°08′38″W / 18.201556°N 67.143914°W / 18.201556; -67.143914 (U.S. Post Office and Courthouse)
Mayagüez Pueblo From 1935, designed by Louis A. Simpson

Former listings[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed Date removed Location City or town Summary
1 Antiqua Residencia de la Familia Nadal Upload image
November 21, 1986
(#86003505)
November 26, 1990
13 Dr. Barbosa S
Mayagüez
2 Baldomero Baunin Residence Upload image
April 5, 1988
(#88000687)
November 26, 1990
Calle Ramos Antonini No. 62
Mayagüez

Moca[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location Barrio Description
1 Hacienda Iruena Manor House
Hacienda Iruena Manor House
August 14, 1987
(#87000735)
Highway 2, km 115.7
18°27′11″N 67°03′41″W / 18.452958°N 67.061461°W / 18.452958; -67.061461 (Hacienda Iruena Manor House)
Aceitunas Renaissance/French Chateau style building from 1893.

Rincón[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location Barrio Description
1 Boiling Nuclear Superheater (BONUS) Reactor Facility
Boiling Nuclear Superheater (BONUS) Reactor Facility
November 14, 2007
(#07001194)
End of Branch 4413, Highway 413
18°21′55″N 67°16′07″W / 18.365178°N 67.268657°W / 18.365178; -67.268657 (Boiling Nuclear Superheater (BONUS) Reactor Facility)
Puntas
2 Faro de Punta Higuero
Faro de Punta Higuero
October 22, 1981
(#81000560)
Branch 4413, Highway 413
18°21′43″N 67°16′15″W / 18.361977°N 67.270806°W / 18.361977; -67.270806 (Faro de Punta Higuero)
Puntas

Sabana Grande[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location Barrio Description
1 Cementerio Masónico de la Resp. Logia Igualdad Núm. 23 de Sabana Grande
Cementerio Masónico de la Resp. Logia Igualdad Núm. 23 de Sabana Grande
February 13, 2013
(#13000014)
Junction of Highway 121 and Street 1
18°04′46″N 66°58′02″W / 18.079307°N 66.967136°W / 18.079307; -66.967136 (Cementerio Masónico de la Resp. Logia Igualdad Núm. 23 de Sabana Grande)
Santana
2 Church of San Isidro Labrador and Santa María de la Cabeza of Sabana Grande
Church of San Isidro Labrador and Santa María de la Cabeza of Sabana Grande
December 10, 1984
(#84000460)
Ángel G. Martínez Street, Town Plaza
18°04′46″N 66°57′34″W / 18.079323°N 66.959464°W / 18.079323; -66.959464 (Church of San Isidro Labrador and Santa María de la Cabeza of Sabana Grande)
Sabana Grande Pueblo Church from 1844
3 James Fenimore Cooper Graded School
James Fenimore Cooper Graded School
May 26, 2015
(#15000277)
20 San Isidro Street at Luis Muñoz Rivera Street
18°04′46″N 66°57′32″W / 18.079389°N 66.958912°W / 18.079389; -66.958912 (James Fenimore Cooper Graded School)
Sabana Grande Pueblo
4 Hacienda San Francisco
Hacienda San Francisco
April 7, 1995
(#95000287)
Callejón de la Hacienda
18°04′34″N 66°57′45″W / 18.076184°N 66.962608°W / 18.076184; -66.962608 (Hacienda San Francisco)
Rayo
5 Lassise–Schettini House Upload image
October 21, 1987
(#87001823)
End of Ángel Martínez Street
18°05′02″N 66°57′33″W / 18.083821°N 66.959098°W / 18.083821; -66.959098 (Lassise–Schettini House)
Santana
6 Berta Sepulveda House[q]
Berta Sepulveda House
June 17, 1994
(#94000624)
37 Luis Muñoz Rivera Street
18°04′43″N 66°57′34″W / 18.078632°N 66.959441°W / 18.078632; -66.959441 (Berta Sepulveda House)
Sabana Grande Pueblo [32]

San Germán[edit]

[2] Name on the Register Image Date listed[3] Location Barrio Description
1 Jaime Acosta y Fores Residence[r] Upload image
May 24, 1990
(#90000767)
70 Dr. Santiago Veve Street
18°04′54″N 67°02′25″W / 18.081648°N 67.040234°W / 18.081648; -67.040234 (Jaime Acosta y Fores Residence)
San Germán Pueblo Vernacular Criollo house built in 1917[34]
2 Alcantarilla Pluvial sobre la Quebrada Manzanares
Alcantarilla Pluvial sobre la Quebrada Manzanares
April 12, 1990
(#90000552)
Extending from approximately the junction of Ferrocarril and Esperanza Streets to approximately the junction of Javilla and Ensanche Streets[s]
18°04′54″N 67°02′33″W / 18.081531°N 67.042515°W / 18.081531; -67.042515 (Alcantarilla Pluvial sobre la Quebrada Manzanares)
San Germán Pueblo Built in 1835
3 Casa de los Ponce de Leon[t] Upload image
March 9, 1983
(#83002295)
13 Dr. Santiago Veve Street
18°04′56″N 67°02′42″W / 18.082168°N 67.045126°W / 18.082168; -67.045126 (Casa de los Ponce de Leon)
San Germán Pueblo [36]
4 Church San Germán Auxerre of San Germán
Church San Germán Auxerre of San Germán
December 10, 1984
(#84000461)
De la Cruz Street
18°04′57″N 67°02′38″W / 18.082372°N 67.043970°W / 18.082372; -67.043970 (Church San Germán Auxerre of San Germán)
San Germán Pueblo Church built in 1688
5 Convento de Porta Coeli
Convento de Porta Coeli
September 8, 1976
(#76002252)
Plaza Porta Coeli
18°04′55″N 67°02′28″W / 18.082002°N 67.041002°W / 18.082002; -67.041002 (Convento de Porta Coeli)
San Germán Pueblo
6 Hacienda Buena Union[u] Upload image
August 23, 1983
(#83002296)
Highway 362, km 3.0[40][41]
18°05′19″N 67°00′49″W / 18.088533°N 67.013620°W / 18.088533; -67.013620 (Hacienda Buena Union)
Guamá [38]
7 Observation Tower
Observation Tower
May 1, 2016
(#16000236)
Highway 120, km 14
18°08′40″N 66°58′48″W / 18.144327°N 66.979924°W / 18.144327; -66.979924 (Observation Tower)
Caín Alto
8 San Germán Historic District
San Germán Historic District
February 16, 1994
(#94000084)
Roughly bounded by Luna, Estrella, Concepción, Javilla, and Ferrocarril Streets
18°04′55″N 67°02′38″W / 18.082066°N 67.043789°W / 18.082066; -67.043789 (San Germán Historic District)
San Germán Pueblo[v] Historic district of colonial and other architecture dating to 1606

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Sources authoritative with regard to National Register listing parameters give different forms of the fort's name, including Fuerte de la Concepción from the fort's nomination form,[4] Fuerte de la Concepcion from the official weekly announcement of National Register actions,[5] and Fuerte de la Conception from the comprehensive National Register database.[6] This article adopts the first of these, Fuerte de la Concepción, because it offers the most proper Spanish orthography.
  2. ^ The name of the Residence Lopez is presented here using word order and without the accent on "López" in conformance with the usage in the house's National Register nomination form[7] and announcement of listing.[8]
  3. ^ a b The Puente de Añasco spans the boundary between Añasco (Barrio Añasco Arriba) and Mayagüez (Barrio Sabanetas) municipalities.
  4. ^ Federal and state laws and practices restrict general public access to information regarding the specific location of sensitive archeological sites in many instances. The main reasons for such restrictions include the potential for looting, vandalism, or trampling.
  5. ^ a b The Silva Bridge spans the boundary between Hormigueros (Barrio Guanajibo) and Cabo Rojo (Barrio Guanajibo) municipalities.
  6. ^ The name of the Faro de Guanica is presented here without the accent on "Guánica" in conformance with the usage in the light's National Register nomination form[10] and Federal Register announcement of listing.[11]
  7. ^ The name of the Torrens is presented here without the accent on "Torréns" in conformance with the usage in the bridge's National Register nomination form[12] and announcement of listing.[13]
  8. ^ The name of the Casa Consistorial De Mayaguez is presented here with a capital D and without the diaresis on "Mayagüez" in conformance with the usage in the building's National Register nomination form[14] and announcement of listing.[15]
  9. ^ The name of the Edificio Jose de Diego is presented here without the accent on "José" in conformance with the usage in the building's National Register nomination form[16] and Federal Register announcement of listing.[11]
  10. ^ The name of the Gomez Residencia is presented here using word order that conforms to the usage in the house's National Register announcement of listing[17] and subsequent database entries.[18][19] The accent is omitted from "Gómez" in conformance with both of those sources as well as the house's National Register nomination form.[20]
  11. ^ The name of La Casa Solariega de Jose De Diego is presented here with a capital D in the second "de" and without the accent on "José" in conformance with the usage in the house's National Register nomination form[21] and announcement of listing.[22]
  12. ^ The name of the Nazario Rivera Residencia is presented here using word order (name preceding "Residencia") that conforms to the usage in the house's National Register announcement of listing[23] and subsequent database entries.[18][24]
  13. ^ The name of the Plaza Publica is presented here without the accent on "Pública" in conformance with the usage in the plaza's National Register nomination form[25] and announcement of listing.[15]
  14. ^ The name of the Ramírez Fuentes Residencia is presented here using word order (name preceding "Residencia") that conforms to the usage in the house's National Register announcement of listing[26] and subsequent database entries.[18][27] Also note that while the announcement and databases treat Ramirez as a forename and Fuentes as a surname and omit the accent from Ramírez, the house's National Register nomination form treats Ramírez Fuentes, including the accent, as a compound surname (section 9 mentions "Mrs. Mirta Ramírez de Fuentes");[28] for these purposes, this article adopts the nomination's usage.
  15. ^ The name of the Residencia Ramirez De Arellano en Guanajibo is presented here with a capital D and without the accent on "Ramírez" in conformance with the usage in the house's National Register nomination form[29] and announcement of listing.[30]
  16. ^ The name of the Teatro Yaguez is presented here without the diaresis on "Yagüez" in conformance with the usage in the theater's National Register nomination form[31] and announcement of listing.[15]
  17. ^ The name of the Berta Sepulveda House is presented here without the accent on "Sepúlveda" in conformance with the usage in the house's National Register nomination form[32] and announcement of listing.[33]
  18. ^ The name of the Jaime Acosta y Fores Residence is presented here without the accent on "Forés" in conformance with the usage in the house's National Register nomination form[34] and announcement of listing.[35]
  19. ^ The Alcantarilla Pluvial sobre la Quebrada Manzanares is a linear resource; the coordinates given represent the approximate midpoint of the line.
  20. ^ The name of the Casa de los Ponce de Leon is presented here without the accent on "León" in conformance with the usage in the house's National Register nomination form[36] and announcement of listing.[37]
  21. ^ The name of Hacienda Buena Union is presented here without the accent on "Unión" in conformance with the usage in the hacienda's National Register nomination form[38] and announcement of listing.[39]
  22. ^ A minor portion of the San Germán Historic District extends into Barrio Sabana Grande Abajo.

References[edit]

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  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
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  29. ^ a b Ramírez, José; Del Cueto de Pantel, Beatriz (September 1984), National Register of Historic Places Inventory — Nomination Form: Residencia Ramirez De Arellano en Guanajibo (PDF), retrieved January 27, 2016 .
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  32. ^ a b Marull, José E.; Crespo, Rafael (January 28, 1994), National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Berta Sepulveda Residence (PDF), retrieved February 3, 2016 .
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