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Flagler College

Flagler College

Flagler College was originally the Ponce de Leon hotel, a luxury hotel, built by Henry Flagler in 1888. It was the first hotel in the world with electricity. The old restaurant portion of the hotel houses the largest collection of original Louis Tiffany...
The Oldest house museum complex

The Oldest house museum complex

The Oldest house museum complex is a national historic landmark which presents a picture of what life looked like over 400 years ago. It is a surviving expression of Spanish, British and American occupation. In-house attractions: The Manusy Museum: covers...
Castillo de San Marcos

Castillo de San Marcos

Castillo de San Marcos is the oldest handmade national monument in the continental USA. The fort was built by the Spanish to protect their interests in the New World that later became known as America. Construction started in 1672 and ended in 1695....
Mission of Nombre de Dios

Mission of Nombre de Dios

The mission of Nombre de Dios marks the beginning of Christianity in USA. The first Catholic parish Mass on US soil and was held here. Pedro Menendez de Aviles discovered this site in 1565 and it is today known as the founding site of St. Augustine. He...
St. Augustine, Florida

St. Augustine, Florida

This is the city where it all began. The Spanish conquerors followed Columbus and established here the bridgehead on the American continent. St. Augustine is a small but very interesting and unique tourist destination that is different from the other...
Brief History

Brief History

Spanish Juan Ponce de Leon landed here back in April 3, 1513 but the city was founded first in 1565 by the Spanish explorer Mr Pedro Menéndez the Avilés. This happened in the Holy Saint Augustine feast day which falls on 8th September. The area ravaged...
Ramada Historic Hotel

Ramada Historic Hotel

Located in the Heart of the Historic District of downtown St. Augustine Florida, The Ramada Historic offers the Finest in a moderately priced hotel. We are a Full Service Hotel with 100 rooms, Free High Speed Wireless Internet access throughout the entire...
St. Augustine Beaches

St. Augustine Beaches

St. Augustine is not only a city with history and a nice historic district to stroll around in. It can also offer relaxation on beautiful beaches. There are plenty to chose from, remember to bring the sunscreen since the sun is strong here in Florida. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious
Fountain of Youth

Fountain of Youth

Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park was discovered by Ponce de Leon on April 3, 1513. This 15 acre, 500 year old park is centered around the Spring House which contains the original Fountain of Youth spring and the landmark cross. The landmark cross...
The City Gates & St. George Street

The City Gates & St. George Street

During the 1700 St. Augustine was a walled city and the City Gates were the only way in and the only way out. It was originally built to protect the city. Today the City Gates are located at the entrance to St. George Street, the main walking street in...

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