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We didn't spend a lot of time here, but thought that it was great that it had been preserved for so long. There are a number of plaques to read and it is refreshing to get into a more open area after the crush of...More
We walked the Plaza and drove by it several times. Old market area, well, cannon's and City Gates - Long so that traffic can flow on each side.
Old Government buildings, Church etc typical of early Spanish Towns and Cities. Great walk with signage to...More
I liked how it is in the middle of everything, you could see part of the San Marcos fort and some of the stores and cafes, we sat on the grass for a bit, it was really peaceful and clean, it's perfect for a picnic
The plaza surrounded by reminders of its colonial past. Opposite Trinity Episcopal Church is the Cathedral of St. Augustine, with the Treasury and other government buildings from Spanish and English rule. The plaza itself is a small park with memorials, one stemming from the Civil...More
The trees are covered in white lights, and the Christmas tree in the center of the park is beautiful. This is a lovely if small public space that is well worth the visit. The history of the space adds to its charm.
The history is the significant aspect of this park as it is claimed to be the oldest public space in the US built buy the Spanish in 1573.. The Constitution Monument is believed to be the only monument to the Spoanish Constitution of 1812.
This is the center of St. Augustine's downtown with great historical significance.
Saw a concert today and my family enjoyed it. The park was overrun with homeless.
I understand the plight of homeless but this park is no longer a tourist site but an open...More