From the centuries-old Taíno stone monoliths in Utuado, tour the historic forts and ramparts in Old San Juan, to the modern, bustling economic engine that is greater San Juan, Puerto Rico boasts a surprisingly diverse array of natural and cultural attractions given its relatively small size; the main island measures just 100 by 35 miles, or approximately the size of the state of Connecticut.
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