a very unique piece of saint augestine. when I looked through the church I noticed that every thing was beautifully constructed and full of interesting details. you could look for hours and never catch every detail. it also had many pieces of history in it. these include the body of Henry Flagler, a 19th century bible and a table sat on by the Flagler family. the outside was also very interesting and just walking out to it gave you a sense of piece. I would for sure return if I came back here if given the chance.
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