Places to Protect and Preserve
AREA VIEW LOOKING NORTH OVER MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
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City of St. Augustine Preservation Districts; Anastasia State Park; Castillo de San Marcos National Monument, associated Cubo Line and St. Augustine City Gates; Fort Matanzas National Monument; Plaza de la Constitucion (Slave Market Square); Deep Creek State Forest; Faver-Dykes State Park; Fort Mose State Park; Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve (GTM NERR); Watson Island State Forest; St. Johns River Management District's Twelve Mile Swamp, Deep Creek, Matanzas Marsh Moses Creek and Stokes Landing reservations located in St. John's County; designated portions of seashore owned by St. John's County between Duval and Flagler Counties; designated portions of U.S. Route A1A between Duval and Flagler Counties; designated portions of U.S. 1 between Duval and Flagler counties; former Ponce de Leon Golf Course, Red House Bluff, Magnolia Ave. and other Indian sites; Matanzas River between the Matanzas Inlet and its headwaters, including submerged lands and underwater archeological artifacts; St. Augustine Seawall; State-owned historic buildings deeded to the University of Florida; Marineland, operated by University of Florida; Beaches, submerged lands, marshes, shorelines, reefs, and underwater archealogical artifacts and other areas owned by the cities of St. Augustine and St. Augustine Beach and the State of Florida in trust for the people of Florida; a . . . . .
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Government House; Spanish Quarter Village Living History Museum; Lincolnville Historic District; Designated Civil Rights sites; Lightner Museum and City Hall (former Alcazar Hotel); Old St. John's County Jail; Alligator Farm Zoological Park; Old St. Augustine Village; St. Augustine Historical Society and Research Library; St. Augustine Lighthouse Museum and Lighthouse Archaelogical Maritime Program (LAMP); Ximinez-Fatio House; St. Photios National Shrine; Mission de Nombre de Dios; Fountain of Youth Historical Park; Gonzalez-Alvarez House (Oldest House); Oldest Schoolhouse; Ponce de Leon Hotel (now part of Flagler College); Excelsior School Historical Museum; Bridge of Lions; St. Augustine Cathedral-Basilica; Grace United Methodist Church; Trinity Episcopal Church; Ancient City Baptist Church; First Sons of Israel Congregation; Florida School for the Deaf and Blind;National Guard Headquarters (former Franciscan Monastery or Priory); St. Augustine National Cemetary; Huguenot, Tolomato, Evergreen, San Sebastian, Pinehurst, Woodlawn and other historic cemetaries; Zorayda Castle; Casa Monica Hotel and other Henry Flagler sites; Flagler Model Land Community . . . . .