Cartagena

Spanish flagThis thriving town stands on the coast of the Spanish Main and is the chief port of the Spanish treasure fleet, the town faces west, and is home to two academies, Academia Nacional Espanol and La Cabelleria Espanola Ensena. The harbor entrance is to the south protected by the mighty fortress Castle of San Felipe de Barajas at great expense to the Spanish crown.

Needless to say, Cartagena is a wealthy town, and many noblemen have settled here investing their fortunes in shipping and gold mines. The treasure fleets begin their long voyage to Spain here and leaves Cartagena once a year.

Cartagena

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