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Pensacola


PCJAX174-001 PCJAX174-001b
PCJAX174-001      New Pensacola Bay Bridge, U.S. 98, Pensacola, Florida [graphic].

PCJAX174-002 PCJAX174-002b
PCJAX174-002      Historic Pensacola [graphic].

PCJAX174-003 PCJAX174-003b
PCJAX174-003      Pine Barrens, Fla. [graphic]

PCJAX174-004 PCJAX174-004b
PCJAX174-004      Bartel's Winery, 120 South 1 St., Pensacola, Florida [graphic] : world's finest chicken : patio : winery : bar

PCJAX174-005 PCJAX174-005b
PCJAX174-005      Fish industries, Pensacola, Fla. [graphic].

PCJAX174-006 PCJAX174-006b
PCJAX174-006      Greetings from Pensacola, Fla. [graphic].

PCJAX174-007 PCJAX174-007b
PCJAX174-007      San Carlos Hotel, Pensacola, Fla. [graphic].

PCJAX174-008 PCJAX174-008b
PCJAX174-008      Palafox Street, Pensacola, Florida [graphic].

PCJAX174-009 PCJAX174-009b
PCJAX174-009      U.S. Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Florida [graphic].

PCJAX174-010 PCJAX174-010b
PCJAX174-010      Historic Fort Pickens [graphic].

PCJAX174-011 PCJAX174-011b
PCJAX174-011      Replica of the Spanish village established in 1659 [i.e. 1559] at Pensacola on the Gulf of Mexico by Conquistador Don Tristan De Luna [graphic] Governor's home and the First Christian Church established by five Dominican priests 400 years ago.

PCJAX174-012 PCJAX174-012b
PCJAX174-012      Replica of the Spanish village established in 1659 [i.e. 1559] at Pensacola on the Gulf of Mexico by Conquistador Don Tristan De Luna [graphic] : his 1500 colonists explored much of Alabama and North Florida, abandoned the colony after several hardships.

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last updated May 26, 2005 ppm