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A typical street scene in the nation's oldest city, St. Augustine, Fla., shown here on Saturday, June 23, 2007.
Artistic photographic manipulation of a statue in the Lightner Museum.
Artistic photographic manipulation of a wedding ceremony, taking place just outside the Lightner Museum.
Grounds and gardens, in front of the St. Augustine Town Center, including a statue of the town's founder.
A statue of Christian martyrs, which stands outside the oldest Roman Catholic cathedral in the United States.
One of the towers on St. Mark's Presbyterian Church, modeled after St. Mark's in Rome, built by Mr. Flagler for his family's burials.
The dining hall for Flagler College, made of several millions of dollars worth of Tiffany stained glass.
The Castillo de San Marcos (St. Mark's Castle) has withstood Britain's firepower during several wars fought on this coast.
This Christian cross stands on the grounds of the Missio de Nombre de Dios (The Mission of God's Name).
The Bridge of Lions is being refurbished these days. Its temporary replacement, shown here in steel behind the original masonry, will be taken down as soon as reconstruction of the original is complete.
A fountain on the grounds of the Missio de Nombre de Dios (The Mission of God's Name).
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