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Fernandina Plaza State Historic Site

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Description:

The Spanish town of Fernandina was first planned in 1769, when the site was occupied by an army detachment. The Plaza could be fortified as a defensive work. A fort, including a battery of three cannons, was established in 1801. Most of the original site is now an open grassy area, marked by a State of Florida Historic Marker. Visitors can enjoy a leisurely picnic on the grass, with a view of Victorian era homes and the Amelia River. An open grassy area marked by a historic marker.

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  • Activities:
  • Birding, Boating,
  • Designation:
  • Spanish Colonial Heritage Trail,
  • Disabled Traveler Information:
  • ADA Compliant,

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