National Register of Historic Places listings in eastern Puerto Rico

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National Register entries listed below are found in the highlighted 16 municipalities of Puerto Rico.

This portion of National Register of Historic Places listings in Puerto Rico covers the eastern region of Puerto Rico, from Carolina in the northeast to Arroyo in the southeast. It also includes the islands of Culebra and Vieques.

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Names of places given are as 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.


    This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted September 2, 2022. [1]

Arroyo

[2] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [3] Location BarrioDescription
1 Faro de Punta de las Figuras
Faro de Punta de las Figuras Faro de Punta de las Figuras north - Arroyo Puerto Rico.jpg
Faro de Punta de las Figuras
October 22, 1981
(#81000687)
On Punta de las Figuras, southeast of Arroyo Pueblo
17°57′18″N66°02′52″W / 17.954976°N 66.047657°W / 17.954976; -66.047657 (Faro de Punta de las Figuras)
Palmas

Canóvanas

[2] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [3] Location BarrioDescription
1 Villarán Bridge
Villaran Bridge Exterior of the Villaran Bridge facing SSW.JPG
Villarán Bridge
July 19, 1995
(#95000835)
Highway 9959, km 3, spanning Río Canóvanas
18°22′45″N65°53′32″W / 18.379213°N 65.892087°W / 18.379213; -65.892087 (Villarán Bridge)
Canóvanas Pueblo and CanóvanasBuilt in 1892 on the 19th century highway between Río Piedras and Río Grande, this iron and masonry bridge is the best preserved example of an Eiffel pony truss bridge in Puerto Rico or the United States. By 1994, it had been replaced by an adjacent span for vehicular use, but it remained open for pedestrian use. [4]

Carolina

[2] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [3] Location BarrioDescription
1 Church San Fernando of Carolina
Church San Fernando of Carolina Iglesia San Fernando - Carolina Puerto Rico.jpg
Church San Fernando of Carolina
September 18, 1984
(#84003160)
Muñoz Rivera St., Town Plaza
18°22′52″N65°57′23″W / 18.381072°N 65.956317°W / 18.381072; -65.956317 (Church San Fernando of Carolina)
Carolina PuebloChurch from 1860
2 Edificio Alcaldia
Edificio Alcaldia Casa Alcaldia - Carolina Puerto Rico.jpg
Edificio Alcaldia
December 28, 1983
(#83004197)
Sánchez Osorio St. at José de Diego St.
18°22′53″N65°57′27″W / 18.381253°N 65.957427°W / 18.381253; -65.957427 (Edificio Alcaldia)
Carolina PuebloFrom 1927, designed by Rafael Carmoega
3 Quebrada Maracuto August 27, 2004
(#04000909)
Address restricted [5]
Cacao and Santa Cruz [6]

Ceiba

[2] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [3] Location BarrioDescription
1 Ceiba Fire Station February 13, 2013
(#13000012)
226 Lauro Piñero Avenue
18°15′59″N65°38′52″W / 18.266333°N 65.647698°W / 18.266333; -65.647698 (Ceiba Fire Station)
Ceiba Pueblo

Culebra

[2] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [3] Location BarrioDescription
1 Faro Isla de Culebritas
Faro Isla de Culebritas Culebrita Lighthouse.jpg
Faro Isla de Culebritas
October 22, 1981
(#81000686)
Isla Culebrita
18°18′49″N65°13′39″W / 18.313694°N 65.227444°W / 18.313694; -65.227444 (Faro Isla de Culebritas)
Fraile

Fajardo

[2] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [3] Location BarrioDescription
1 Church Santiago Apóstol of Fajardo
Church Santiago Apostol of Fajardo Catedral Santiago Apostol (5298827913).jpg
Church Santiago Apóstol of Fajardo
September 18, 1984
(#84003144)
Town Plaza
18°19′30″N65°39′11″W / 18.324873°N 65.653066°W / 18.324873; -65.653066 (Church Santiago Apóstol of Fajardo)
Fajardo PuebloA church from 1776
2 Faro de las Cabezas de San Juan
Faro de las Cabezas de San Juan Las Cabezas de San Juan Lighthouse2.jpg
Faro de las Cabezas de San Juan
October 22, 1981
(#81000692)
Northeast of Soroco
18°22′53″N65°37′05″W / 18.381457°N 65.618134°W / 18.381457; -65.618134 (Faro de las Cabezas de San Juan)
Cabezas
3 U.S. Custom House
U.S. Custom House Aduana de Fajardo.jpg
U.S. Custom House
February 10, 1988
(#88000077)
Union Street
18°20′02″N65°37′50″W / 18.333942°N 65.630564°W / 18.333942; -65.630564 (U.S. Custom House)
Playa Puerto Real [7] From 1930, designed by Albert B. Nichols

Humacao

[2] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [3] Location BarrioDescription
1 Casa Roig
Casa Roig Casa Roig 2 - Humacao Puerto Rico.jpg
Casa Roig
November 17, 1977
(#77001550)
66 Antonio López Street
18°08′53″N65°49′30″W / 18.147971°N 65.824867°W / 18.147971; -65.824867 (Casa Roig)
Humacao PuebloA Prairie School building from 1920
2 Church Dulce Nombre de Jesús of Humacao
Church Dulce Nombre de Jesus of Humacao Humacao, Puerto Rico church.JPG
Church Dulce Nombre de Jesús of Humacao
September 18, 1984
(#84003140)
Town Plaza
18°09′01″N65°49′34″W / 18.150157°N 65.826199°W / 18.150157; -65.826199 (Church Dulce Nombre de Jesús of Humacao)
Humacao PuebloLate Gothic Revival church from 1869
3 Guzmán Family Pantheon
Guzman Family Pantheon Guzman Family Pantheon.JPG
Guzmán Family Pantheon
April 17, 1995
(#95000436)
Junction of Padre Rivera and Miguel Casillas Streets
18°09′08″N65°49′40″W / 18.152327°N 65.827904°W / 18.152327; -65.827904 (Guzmán Family Pantheon)
Humacao PuebloEclectic style pantheon from 1864
4 Humacao Customs House
Humacao Customs House Humacao Customs House.JPG
Humacao Customs House
May 18, 1995
(#95000599)
Junction of Marina and Aduana Streets
18°09′54″N65°44′38″W / 18.164909°N 65.743989°W / 18.164909; -65.743989 (Humacao Customs House)
Punta SantiagoSpanish Colonial building from 1872, designed by Julian Cruellas y Rovira
5 Humacao District Courthouse
Humacao District Courthouse Humacao District Courthouse.JPG
Humacao District Courthouse
May 18, 1995
(#95000596)
Junction of Dr. Vidal and Antonio López Streets
18°08′58″N65°49′27″W / 18.149531°N 65.824152°W / 18.149531; -65.824152 (Humacao District Courthouse)
Humacao PuebloClassical Revival style courthouse from 1925, the Casa Alcaldía de Humacao
6 Palmira López de Pereyó House
Palmira Lopez de Pereyo House Palmira Lopez de Pereyo House en Humacao, Puerto Rico.jpg
Palmira López de Pereyó House
April 14, 1995
(#95000435)
Junction of Font Martelo and Minerva Streets
18°09′02″N65°49′20″W / 18.150545°N 65.822218°W / 18.150545; -65.822218 (Palmira López de Pereyó House)
Humacao Pueblo Prairie School house from 1930 designed by Francisco Valines Cofresi
7 Antonia Sáez School May 18, 1995
(#95000597)
Junction of Font Martelo and Isidro Ortiz Sreets
18°09′06″N65°49′49″W / 18.151750°N 65.830288°W / 18.151750; -65.830288 (Antonia Sáez School)
Humacao PuebloA Mission/Spanish Revival school from 1922

Las Piedras

[2] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [3] Location BarrioDescription
1 Cueva del Indio September 4, 2003
(#03000884)
Approximately 1.2 km (0.75 mi) north of Highway 198
18°11′50″N65°52′24″W / 18.1972°N 65.8733°W / 18.1972; -65.8733 (Cueva del Indio)
Quebrada Arenas

Loíza

[2] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [3] Location BarrioDescription
1 Roberto Clemente Walker Crash Site August 31, 2022
(#100008070)
PR 187 km. 6, Punta Maldonado and 1.5 nautical mi. offshore in the Atlantic Ocean
18°27′45″N65°57′30″W / 18.4625°N 65.958333°W / 18.4625; -65.958333 (Roberto Clemente Walker Crash Site)
Loíza vicinitySite where plane carrying baseball player Roberto Clemente crashed.
2 Cueva de Los Indios June 24, 1982
(#82003823)
Address restricted [5]
Torrecilla Baja
3 Parroquia del Espiritu Santo y San Patricio [lower-alpha 1]
Parroquia del Espiritu Santo y San Patricio Parroquia del Espiritu Santo y San Patricio.jpg
Parroquia del Espiritu Santo y San Patricio
September 8, 1976
(#76002251)
Plaza de Loíza
18°26′00″N65°52′47″W / 18.433238°N 65.879610°W / 18.433238; -65.879610 (Parroquia del Espiritu Santo y San Patricio)
Loíza PuebloDates from 1729 [8]

Luquillo

[2] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [3] Location BarrioDescription
1 Williams Products Corporation
Williams Products Corporation The Williams Corporation Building.jpg
Williams Products Corporation
November 14, 2012
(#12000938)
Highway 992, km 0.3
18°22′16″N65°43′07″W / 18.370986°N 65.718615°W / 18.370986; -65.718615 (Williams Products Corporation)
Mata de Plátano

Maunabo

[2] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [3] Location BarrioDescription
1 Casa Alcaldia de Maunabo
Casa Alcaldia de Maunabo Casa Alcaldia in Maunaba barrio-pueblo, Puerto Rico.jpg
Casa Alcaldia de Maunabo
August 23, 2022
(#100008050)
Calle Santiago Iglesias #8
18°00′25″N65°53′59″W / 18.006922°N 65.899667°W / 18.006922; -65.899667 (Casa Alcaldia de Maunabo)
Maunabo Pueblo
2 Faro de Punta de la Tuna
Faro de Punta de la Tuna Faro Punta Tuna.jpg
Faro de Punta de la Tuna
October 22, 1981
(#81000688)
Southeast of Puerto Maunabo
17°59′18″N65°53′07″W / 17.988370°N 65.885274°W / 17.988370; -65.885274 (Faro de Punta de la Tuna)
Emajagua

Naguabo

[2] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [3] Location BarrioDescription
1 Bridge No. 122
Bridge No. 122 Bridge No. 122.jpg
Bridge No. 122
July 19, 1995
(#95000836)
Highway 3, km 9, spanning the Santiago River
18°11′18″N65°43′30″W / 18.188386°N 65.725108°W / 18.188386; -65.725108 (Bridge No. 122)
Río and Húcares
2 Church Nuestra Señora del Rosario of Naguabo
Church Nuestra Senora del Rosario of Naguabo Church Nuestra Senora del Rosario of Naguabo.JPG
Church Nuestra Señora del Rosario of Naguabo
December 10, 1984
(#84000456)
Town Plaza
18°12′43″N65°44′09″W / 18.212062°N 65.735754°W / 18.212062; -65.735754 (Church Nuestra Señora del Rosario of Naguabo)
Naguabo Pueblo1856 Spanish Colonial style building designed by Mariano Bosch
3 Icacos Petroglyph Group December 1, 2015
(#15000855)
Address restricted [5]
Address restricted [5]
4 Villa Del Mar June 23, 1983
(#83002293)
Highway 3, km 66.2
18°11′21″N65°42′54″W / 18.189168°N 65.714985°W / 18.189168; -65.714985 (Villa Del Mar)
Húcares1917 building also known as "El Castillo"

Patillas

[2] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [3] Location BarrioDescription
1 María Dávila Semidey School November 14, 2012
(#12000939)
300 Muñoz Rivera Street
18°00′21″N66°01′01″W / 18.005906°N 66.017068°W / 18.005906; -66.017068 (María Dávila Semidey School)
Patillas Pueblo

Río Grande

[2] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [3] Location BarrioDescription
1 Baño de Oro
Bano de Oro Banodeoro USDA forest service el yunque2.jpg
Baño de Oro
January 21, 2020
(#100004891)
Highway 191, km 12.1
Coordinates missing
2 Baño Grande
Bano Grande Bano Grande, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico.jpg
Baño Grande
February 28, 2017
(#100000685)
Highway 191, km 11.85
18°18′06″N65°47′07″W / 18.301616°N 65.785388°W / 18.301616; -65.785388 (Baño Grande)
Mameyes II
3 Río Grande Fire Station January 29, 2013
(#12001248)
6 Juan R. González Street
18°22′46″N65°49′49″W / 18.379540°N 65.830289°W / 18.379540; -65.830289 (Río Grande Fire Station)
Río Grande Pueblo

Vieques

[2] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [3] Location BarrioDescription
1 Rafael Acevedo House March 17, 1994
(#94000249)
Víctor Duteil Street between San José and Baldorioty Streets
18°09′00″N65°26′35″W / 18.149938°N 65.443051°W / 18.149938; -65.443051 (Rafael Acevedo House)
Isabel Segunda House built in Vieques Creole / Neoclasico style in 1900
2 Algodones 2 (12VPr2-204) August 21, 1991
(#91001037)
Address restricted [5]
Puerto DiabloA village site, an archeological site
3 Algodones 3 (12VPr2-205) August 21, 1991
(#91001038)
Address restricted [5]
Puerto DiabloAnother village site, an archeological site
4 Algodones 6 (12VPr2-229) August 21, 1991
(#91001032)
Address restricted [5]
Puerto DiabloAnother village site, an archeological site
5 Camp Garcia (Campo Asilo) 3 (12VPr2-164) August 21, 1991
(#91001041)
Address restricted [5]
Puerto FerroSite of petroglyphs
6 Casa Alcaldía de Vieques
Casa Alcaldia de Vieques Casa Alcaldia Isabel Segunda, Vieques PR.jpg
Casa Alcaldía de Vieques
March 17, 1994
(#94000174)
Junction of Carlos LeBrun and Benítez Guzmán Streets
18°08′59″N65°26′30″W / 18.149654°N 65.441606°W / 18.149654; -65.441606 (Casa Alcaldía de Vieques)
Isabel Segunda Town hall, from 1850
7 Casa Augusto Delerme February 2, 1994
(#93001555)
7 Benítez Guzmán Street
18°09′00″N65°26′31″W / 18.150084°N 65.441849°W / 18.150084; -65.441849 (Casa Augusto Delerme)
Isabel Segunda A "4-Room Creole House", from 1850
8 Casa Delerme-Anduze No. 2 November 22, 1993
(#93001205)
355 Antonio Mellado Street
18°08′55″N65°26′29″W / 18.148710°N 65.441300°W / 18.148710; -65.441300 (Casa Delerme-Anduze No. 2)
Isabel Segunda A "six-room Creole house" from 1876
9 Casa de Jaime Puig Lemoine April 14, 1994
(#94000363)
161 65 de Infantería Street
18°08′55″N65°26′35″W / 18.148680°N 65.442993°W / 18.148680; -65.442993 (Casa de Jaime Puig Lemoine)
Isabel Segunda Bungalow/Craftsman house from 1930, designed by Jaime Puig
10 Central Playa Grande September 10, 1992
(#92001236)
Address restricted [5]
LlaveA site with architecture by Matias Hjardemaal and others
11 Delerme-Anduze House February 2, 1994
(#93001556)
361 Antonio Mellado Street
18°08′55″N65°26′29″W / 18.148601°N 65.441414°W / 18.148601; -65.441414 (Delerme-Anduze House)
Isabel Segunda A Creole gallery house
12 Faro de Vieques
Faro de Vieques Punta Mulas (Vieques, Puerto Rico).jpg
Faro de Vieques
November 17, 1977
(#77001551)
Punta Mulas
18°09′16″N65°26′38″W / 18.1545°N 65.4438°W / 18.1545; -65.4438 (Faro de Vieques)
Puerto DiabloLighthouse built in 1896
13 Fuerte de Vieques
Fuerte de Vieques Vieques pevnost Isabel II.jpg
Fuerte de Vieques
November 18, 1977
(#77001552)
Calle del Fuerte
18°08′51″N65°26′21″W / 18.147436°N 65.439070°W / 18.147436; -65.439070 (Fuerte de Vieques)
Isabel Segunda Fort built in 1845 which now houses the Vieques Museum of Art and History
14 Hacienda Casa del Francés
Hacienda Casa del Frances Hacienda Casa del Frances front - Vieques Puerto Rico.jpg
Hacienda Casa del Francés
November 18, 1977
(#77001548)
Near Esperanza
18°06′09″N65°28′15″W / 18.102381°N 65.470786°W / 18.102381; -65.470786 (Hacienda Casa del Francés)
Puerto RealPlantation architecture from 1910. Destroyed by fire in 2005. [10]
15 Laguna Jalova Archeological District September 10, 1992
(#92001237)
Address restricted [5]
Puerto DiabloAlso known as "Western Friendly Front Line"
16 Llave 13 (12VPr2-175) August 21, 1991
(#91001036)
Address restricted [5]
Llave
17 Loma Jalova 3 (12VPr2-219) August 21, 1991
(#91001034)
Address restricted [5]
Puerto Diablo
18 Monte Largo 2 (12VPr2-172) August 21, 1991
(#91001042)
Address restricted [5]
Puerto Diablo
19 Paramayon 2 September 10, 1992
(#92001241)
Address restricted [5]
Llave
20 Le Pistolet (12VPr2-168) August 22, 1991
(#91001040)
Address restricted [5]
Punta Arenas
21 Playa Grande 9 (12VPr2-212) August 21, 1991
(#91001035)
Address restricted [5]
Llave
22 Playa Vieja September 10, 1992
(#92001235)
Address restricted [5]
Punta Arenas
23 Punta Jalova September 10, 1992
(#92001239)
Address restricted [5]
Puerto Diablo
24 Resolucion Historic District [lower-alpha 2] September 10, 1992
(#92001242)
Address restricted [5]
Punta ArenasWork designed by T. J. J. M. Le Guillou and others [11]
25 Smaine–Ortiz House February 2, 1994
(#93001554)
341 Antonio Mellado Street
18°08′49″N65°26′29″W / 18.146970°N 65.441358°W / 18.146970; -65.441358 (Smaine–Ortiz House)
Isabel Segunda
26 Las Tumbas de J. J. María le Guillou August 26, 1994
(#94000923)
Highway 200, near Isabel Segunda
18°09′10″N65°25′57″W / 18.152750°N 65.432444°W / 18.152750; -65.432444 (Las Tumbas de J. J. María le Guillou)
Puerto DiabloClassical Revival style, from 1843
27 Ventana Archeological District September 10, 1992
(#92001238)
Address restricted [5]
Llave
28 Ventana 4 (12VPr2-171) August 21, 1991
(#91001039)
Address restricted [5]
Punta Arenas
29 Vieques Pharmacy March 2, 1994
(#94000061)
Junction of Carlos LeBrun and Víctor Duteil Streets
18°08′58″N65°26′30″W / 18.149341°N 65.441751°W / 18.149341; -65.441751 (Vieques Pharmacy)
Isabel Segunda
30 Yanuel 8 (12VPr2-173) August 21, 1991
(#91001043)
Address restricted [5]
Puerto Diablo
31 Yanuel 9 (12VPr2-220) August 21, 1991
(#91001033)
Address restricted [5]
Puerto Diablo

Yabucoa

[2] Name on the RegisterImageDate listed [3] Location BarrioDescription
1 Yabucoa Fire Station
Yabucoa Fire Station Parque de Bombas de Yabucoa en Puerto Rico.jpg
Yabucoa Fire Station
February 13, 2013
(#13000015)
22 Luis Muñoz Rivera Street
18°03′07″N65°52′38″W / 18.051979°N 65.877330°W / 18.051979; -65.877330 (Yabucoa Fire Station)
Yabucoa Pueblo

See also

Notes

  1. The name of the Parroquia del Espiritu Santo y San Patricio is presented here without the accent on "Espíritu" in conformance with the usage in the church's National Register nomination form [8] and Federal Register announcement of listing. [9]
  2. The name of the Resolucion Historic District is presented here without the accent on "Resolución" in conformance with the usage in the site's National Register nomination form [11] and announcement of listing. [12]

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Casa Font-Ubides, also known as the Residencia Monsanto is a historic building located on the north side of Castillo Street in Ponce, Puerto Rico, in the city's historic district. The building dates from 1913. It was designed by architect Blas Silva. The architecture consists of 19th Classical revival and Art Nouveau architectural styles. The building is of architectural significance for its aggressive incorporation of curvilinear forms and ornaments. The complete preservation of the original architecture of the Monsanto Residence, its unique design amongst the houses of Ponce, and its location within the historic urban core of the city qualify it as one of a series of grand houses and an integral part of the character of Ponce.

The Casa de los Ponce de León is a historic house in San Germán, Puerto Rico. It is possibly the oldest residence in use in Puerto Rico. Its most famous resident was the poet Lola Rodriguez Ponce de León.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">National Register of Historic Places listings in San Juan, Puerto Rico</span> Places in San Juan, Puerto Rico listed on the US National Register of Historic Places

This portion of National Register of Historic Places listings in Puerto Rico covers the municipality of San Juan.

References

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  2. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Numbers represent an alphabetical ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  3. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 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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