Ponce’s Museums (Puerto Rico). 'Ponce boasts a wealth of museums. Those interested in the distinctive rhythms of the island should start with Museo de la Música Puertorriqueña, before touring the best art museum in the Caribbean, the Museo de Arte de Ponce.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/puerto-rico/southern-and-western-puerto-rico/ponce/sights/museum/museo-musica-puertorriquena
Faro Colon (Lighthouse of Columbus) Built to house the remains of Christopher Columbus (Cristobal Colon) in the Dominican Republic. It is so cool! There are very powerful lights all along the top. On cloudy nights when they shine into the sky you can see a cross refected in the clouds throughout the capital.
Although Christopher Columbus claimed the island of Puerto Rico for Spain in 1493, Juan Ponce de Leon (statue below) is seen as the island's founding father because he brought the first colonists there in 1508 while searching for gold and the "Fountain of Youth." (Christopher Colombus was actually Italian and real name was "Cristoforo Colombo" in Italian and was known as "Cristobal Colon" in Spanish. )