St. Augustine Places to Visit for #HHMA

In part I of our conversation with Barbara Golden of the St. Augustine Visitors and Convention Bureau, we learned about the colonial history of the oldest continuously occupied city in the U.S.. According to Golden, “You can’t be in St. Augustine and not feel the Spanish influence.” Now, in the last week of this year’s Hispanic Heritage Month celebration, we bring you images from some of St. Augustine’s most stunning monuments and seascapes.

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St. Augustine, Florida at the Castillo de San Marcos national monument.

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