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Puerto Rico - Culebra

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Flamenco Beach Army Tanks

Flamenco Beach

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Overview of Flamenco Beach Army Tanks

After you arrive at Flamenco Beach, walk north along the beach and you'll soon come to a vivid relic of the now-defunct military presence on this island. A rusted tank, partly submerged in the water, sits on the sand. Colorful designs and symols have been painted on it, but it remains a completely (and intentionally) incongruous sight in this idyllic place. There is a second tank, not as colorfully painted and hidden behind the brush as you walk towards the submerged tank. It will be on a small hill on your left in the campgrounds area.

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Brion H.
12/31/2011
"These are pretty cool to see, but I don't think it's good to have metal corroding into their crystal clear waters. I think they should move it out of the water, and onto a hill, like the other one. Lots of cool artwork and graffiti. If you look inside the tanks, all you see is beer cans and bottles. Must be a popular spot to meet up with friends."

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The U.S. military used to bomb Flamenco beach, which is on Culebra Island, Puerto Rico (and ranked as one of the top ten beaches in the word), and when they left they forgot to take this tank. - Courtesy of OceanIslandTravel.com Flamenco Beach on Culebra Island, Puerto Rico here in the Caribbean has a military tank that was left over by the US military. - Courtesy of OceanIslandTravel.com

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