Plaza San Francisco de Assis (St. Francis of Assisi Square) is one of several colonial era city squares in the old city heart of our mystery capital. The square is cooled by sea breezes sweeping in from the harbor, just behind the pictured port terminal. This port is just one of three in the city’s large natural harbor, which opens onto the Gulf of Mexico. The square was named by the Franciscan community, whose 16th-century church and monastery still stands on the south side of the square.
Can you name that capital?
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