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Fort San Marco

Fort San Marco
 
A View of the Dried up Moat. Built by the Spaniards in 1565, the Indians being compelled to do the labor of building. The thickest part of the fort walls is 40 feet, and covers 5 acres. It was bombarded in 1744 by Gov. Oglethorp of the colony of Georgia; it is built of Coquina and said to be the best preserved specimen in the world of the military architecture of its time.
 
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Florida, The Land of Flowers and Tropical Scenery

Scan courtesy of The Florida State Archives, Tallahassee, Florida. Image retouched and converted to anaglyph in 2005 by the Florida Center for Instructional Technology at the University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida. View this image using 3D glasses with the blue lens over the left eye and the red lens over the right eye.

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