Bateria de San Genis

Bateria de San Genis is a battery located in San Fernando in the Province of Cadiz, Andalusia, Spain. It is part of the whole defensive system of bastions and batteries that protected the southern entrance of Islote de Sancti Petri in the early nineteenth century along with the Castillo de Sancti Petri and two batteries, Bateria de Aspiroz and Bateria de Urrutia. It was named after Sangenis Antonio Torre, and was capable of holding 35 pieces of artillery. It was protected under the general declaration of the Decree of April 22 of 1949 and Law 16/1985 by the Patrimonio Historico Espano (Spanish Historical Heritage).

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