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Palm Trees near the Sentry Tower of Castillo de San Marcos

Palm Trees near the Sentry Tower of Castillo de San Marcos

This photograph shows three palm trees near the sentry tower of Castillo de San Marcos. Castillo de San Marcos was renamed "Fort Marion" by the United States after it, along with all of Florida, was ceded to them by Spain in 1821. The original name of the fort was returned in 1942 by the National Park Service.
Galleries: Castillo de San Marcos, Forts and Fortifications, St. Johns
Keywords: baluarte de san carlos, bastion, bastion san carlos, bell tower, castillo de san marcos, dawn, exterior view of castillo de san marcos, florida, fort marion, main watch tower, moat, national park service, saint charles bastion, sentry tower, st. augustine, st. charles bastion, three palm trees, u.s. national monument, u.s. national register of historic places
Photo Location: Castillo de San Marcos, St. Augustine, Florida
Photographer: Dr. Roy Winkelman
Date of Photo: 12/17/2013
Device Make: Canon
Device Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Exposure Time: 0.0333333
F Number: 9
Original Dimensions: 5616×3744
Picture Orientation: Landscape
GPS Coordinates: 29°53′52″N 81°18′41″W
Picture Number: 25557