Channel: News | Apr 18, 2012 12:00:00 AM| |
The St. Augustine Historical Society has opened the exhibit, Five Centuries of Our Coast – A Visual History of the Nation’s Oldest City. For 500 years, artists and mapmakers have recorded the coast around St. Augustine. The site of St. Augustine has, literally, been on the map from the earliest days of European exploration in the Americas.
Residents and visitors often hear how old St. Augustine is, the map exhibit documents the city’s age. The exhibit will take you through the centuries with colorful, fascinating maps of St. Augustine and the Florida coast, dating from 1502 all the way to today’s satellite imagery.
The exhibit is open daily, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the Page Edwards Gallery in the Oldest House Museum Complex at
14 St. Francis Street.St. Augustine, Florida
Parking is free.
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