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Interior Behind the Sea Wall of Reconstructed Fort Caroline

Interior Behind the Sea Wall of Reconstructed Fort Caroline

This picture shows the interior behind the wooden sea wall which comprises "Fort Caroline." The site is actually a reconstruction of Fort Caroline, which was destroyed by the Spanish in 1565.
Galleries: Duval, Fort Caroline, Forts and Fortifications
Keywords: florida, fort caroline, fort caroline national memorial, french colonies, ft. caroline, huguenots, interior, jacksonville, national park service, reconstructed fort caroline, saint augustine, sea wall, st. johns river, timucuan ecological and historic preserve, u.s. national register of historic places, wooden beams, wooden boards
Photo Location: Fort Caroline National Memorial, Jacksonville, FL
Photographer: Dr. Roy Winkelman
Device Make: Canon
Device Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Exposure Time: 0.0004
F Number: 2.8
Original Dimensions: 5352×3369
Picture Orientation: Landscape
GPS Coordinates: 30° 23′ 13″ N 81° 30′ 2″ W
Picture Number: 25908