The Houses of St. Augustine

St. Augustine’s 400+ years have provided us with a wealth of interesting architecture. Public buildings like Flagler Memorial Church, the historic hotels and the Castillo are the most obvious examples, but a stroll through any of the neighborhoods in and around the downtown area is a delightful way to enjoy the true beauty of our town. And, if you take David Nolan’s The Houses of St. Augustine with you, you’ll know what to look for and why it’s so special. Nolan’s commentary, combined with Ken Barrett’s photography and Jean Fitzpatrick’s paintings, celebrate our town’s many eras of architecture along with some surprising features to make them truly unique.

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