Bastion of Solitude
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Its name comes from Our Lady of Solitude, the patron saint of sailors. It is the largest bastion of all. In its guardhouse or interior courtyard, you see a cistern, bays and the ramp that leads to the roof where you can walk along the rampart, which on one end leads to the ground and from the other leads to the Puerta de Tierra, providing a beautiful view of our cathedral. Today it houses the "Roman Piña Chan museum" which displays carved monolithic pieces from different archaeological sites in our state.
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