Are you really even American until you visit the first and oldest city in the United States?
Sorry, New Englanders. Long before Jamestown and Plymouth Rock, there was a small, coastal settlement founded by Spanish admiral, Pedro Menéndez de Avilés, in 1565.
The city is St. Augustine. The location is the northeast corner of Florida, just south of Jacksonville.
Like most stories of colonial conquistadors, this one entails a long history of bloody battles between European settlers, the Spanish and Native Americans.Read More