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The First Baptist Church of Jacksonville is a large Southern Baptist church in Downtown Jacksonville, Florida, U.S. As of 2011, First Baptist Church has 28,000 members and an average attendance of around 7,500 for Sunday services, making it the third largest church in the Southern Baptist Convention. The main Downtown Campus comprises nine square blocks of property connected by above-ground crosswalks. The campus includes several auditoriums for services, a Sunday school building, and facilities...
The Jacksonville Skyway is a people mover in Jacksonville, Florida, United States. An automated monorail train, it is operated by the Jacksonville Transportation Authority (JTA). Opening in 1989 with three stations in Downtown Jacksonville, the Skyway was extended in 1996 following a conversion from its original technology to Bombardier Transportation equipment. It was expanded again in 1998 and 2000. The system currently comprises two routes across 2.5-mile (4.0 km) of track, serving eight stat...
 The Jacksonville Public Library is the public library system of Jacksonville, Florida. It primarily serves Jacksonville and Duval County, and is also used by the neighboring Baker, Nassau, Clay, and St. Johns Counties. It is one of the largest library systems in the Florida, with a collection of over three million items. A division of the city government, the library has the third largest group of city employees after the citys Fire Department and Sheriffs Office. There are twenty branches and a...
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Snyder Memorial Methodist Church, originally known as Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church, is a historic 1903 church in Jacksonville, Florida. It is located at 226 North Laura Street in Duval County (on the historic corner of Laura and Monroe streets). The Snyder Memorial Methodist congregation was founded in 1870, and the church was constructed following the loss of a previous church during the 1901 Jacksonville Fire on the same site as its predecessor. J. H. W. Hawkins was the buildings archite...

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The Jessie Ball duPont Center is a nonprofit complex in downtown Jacksonville, Florida. The building served as the main branch of the Jacksonville Public Library system from 1965 until 2005, when it was replaced by the current facility. It is named for W. Haydon Burns, who served as Mayor of Jacksonville for fifteen years and also served two years as Governor of Florida. The Haydon Burns Library replaced the Carnegie Library, built in 1905 and designed by Henry John Klutho of New York. On April ...
The Laura Street Trio is a group of three historic buildings located on and near Laura Street in downtown Jacksonville, Florida. The Trio consists of two perpendicularly arranged skyscrapers, the Florida Life Building and the Bisbee Building, plus a third structure, the Old Florida National Bank (or Marble Bank), which is framed by the other two in a unique pattern. The three buildings, constructed in the wake of the Great Fire of 1901, are architecturally significant, but are currently endanger...
Downtown Jacksonville is the historic core and central business district (CBD) of Jacksonville, Florida USA. It comprises the earliest area of the city to be developed and is located in its geographic center along the narrowing point of the St. Johns River. There are various definitions of what constitutes Jacksonvilles downtown; the one used by the city government and other entities defines it as including five districts: the Downtown Core (or Northbank), the Southbank, LaVilla, Brooklyn, and t...
The Old City Cemetery in Jacksonville, Florida was established in 1852 as Jacksonvilles main burial ground. After the American Civil War the cemetery later interred many Confederate veterans. Being that the cemetery is over 160 years old the Jacksonville Historic Landmarks Commission has deemed it as a historic landmark of Jacksonville. The United Daughters of the Confederacy improved the cemetery by placing a historical plaque for the cemetery in 1949 and then a wall at the entrance of the ceme...
History of Jacksonville, Florida, National Register of Historic Places in Duval County, Florida, Cinemas and movie theaters in Florida, Movie palaces, Theatres in Jacksonville, Florida, Historic Florida architecture 1989 AIA survey listings in Duval County, Theatres completed in 1927, Mediterranean Revival architecture in Florida, Downtown Jacksonville, Northbank, Jacksonville, First Coast Region, Florida Registered Historic Place stubs, Theatre (structure) stubs, Hidden categories:, Coordinates...The Florida Theatre is an historic American movie theater located at 128 East Forsyth Street in Jacksonville, Florida. The theatre is one of only four remaining high-style movie palaces built in Florida during the Mediterranean Revival architectural boom of the 1920s (the other three being the Saenger Theatre in Pensacola, the Polk Theatre in Lakeland and the Tampa Theatre in Tampa). Opened in 1927, it was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places on November 4, 1982. On April 18, 2...
The Bank of America Tower is a 617 ft (188 m) skyscraper in downtown Jacksonville, Florida, United States. It is the tallest building in Jacksonville, and the ninth-tallest in the state of Florida (the tallest eight all being in Miami). It was built as the headquarters of Barnett Bank and originally named Barnett Center, but the name was changed in 1996 when Barnett was acquired by NationsBank, which soon merged with Bank of America. The 42-floor structure was designed by German-American archite...
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Masonic buildings completed in 1912, Office buildings in Jacksonville, Florida, Buildings and structures in Jacksonville, Florida, History of Jacksonville, Florida, National Register of Historic Places in Duval County, Florida, Masonic buildings in Florida, Prince Hall Freemasonry, Historic Florida architecture 1989 AIA survey listings in Duval County, Clubhouses on the National Register of Historic Places in Florida, Chicago school (architecture), Prairie School architecture in Florida, LaVilla...
 
The Jacksonville Fire Museum serves the citizens of Jacksonville as part of the Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Departments Fire Prevention Division. A vital link between Jacksonvilles past and present, the museum hosts thousands of visitors each year, where they learn about the rich history of the City of Jacksonville and the Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department (JFRD). The museum is home to thousands of artifacts detailing the history of the fire service not only in Jacksonville, but the entir...
The Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts (TUCPA) (originally the Civic Auditorium and commonly known as the Times Union Center) is a performing arts center located in Jacksonville, Florida. Situated along the Riverbank, the venue is known as the First Coast�s premiere riverfront entertainment facility. Originally opening in 1962, the facility was renovated beginning in 1995 until 1997; with a grand re-opening on February 8, 1997. The center consists of three venues: a theatre; concert ha...
Office buildings in Jacksonville, Florida, Buildings and structures in Jacksonville, Florida, History of Jacksonville, Florida, National Register of Historic Places in Duval County, Florida, Historic Florida architecture 1989 AIA survey listings in Duval County, Historic American Buildings Survey in Florida, Northbank, Jacksonville, First Coast Region, Florida Registered Historic Place stubs, Hidden categories:, Articles sourced only to NRIS from November 2013, All articles sourced only to NRIS,...
The Main Street Bridge, officially the John T. Alsop Jr. Bridge, is a bridge crossing the St. Johns River in Jacksonville, Florida. It was the second bridge built across the river. It carries four lanes of traffic, and is signed as U.S. Route 1- US 90 (SR 5- SR 10). A lift bridge, it opened in July 1941^ at a cost of $1.5 million. In 1957 it was named after Mayor John T. Alsop, Jr., but continues to be known, even on road signs, as the Main Street Bridge. It remains one of the most recognizable ...
 
 
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The former St. Andrews Episcopal Church building, also known as Old St. Andrews, is an historic building located at 317 Florida Avenue (now 317 A. Philip Randolph Boulevard) in downtown Jacksonville, Florida. It was originally an Episcopal church, but closed when the parish relocated to the suburbs in 1960. On May 4, 1976, the edifice was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. In the 1990s it was purchased by the City of Jacksonville and turned over to the Jacksonville Historica...
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The St. Elmo W. Acosta Bridge Bridge spans the St. Johns River in Jacksonville, Florida on a fixed span. It was named for City Councilman St. Elmo W. Acosta, who convinced voters to approve a $950,000 bond issue for the original bridge. It carries SR 13 (six lanes) with the two-track Jacksonville Skyway in the median. Prior to its replacement in 1991, the bridge, originally called St. Johns River Bridge, opened in 1921 and carried three lanes (center one reversible) on a lift bridge of similar d...
 
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Samuel W. Wolfson Baseball Park (originally Jacksonville Baseball Park) was a baseball park in Jacksonville, Florida. It stood from 1954 until 2002, when it was demolished and replaced by the new Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville. During that time it was home to all of Jacksonvilles minor league baseball teams, including the Jacksonville Braves (1953�1960), the Jacksonville Jets (1961), and the Jacksonville Suns (1962�1968 and 1970�). It had a seating capacity of 8,200 and was named for loc...
 
 
 
The Veterans Memorial Wall is located at 1145 East Adams Street, adjacent to the Jacksonville Municipal Stadium in downtown Jacksonville, Florida. The quarter-million dollar monument was dedicated in November, 1995 and serves as a tribute to more than 1,500 Jacksonville area American war heroes. The outdoor memorial was promoted as the largest of its kind and the only wall that honors veterans from all six [service] branches (Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, Coast Guard and Merchant Marine). The ...
 

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 UF Health Jacksonville is a teaching hospital and medical system of the University of Florida in Jacksonville, Florida, United States. Part of the larger University of Florida Health system, it includes the UF Health Jacksonville hospital, associated clinics, and is the Jacksonville campus of UFs Health Science Center. Together with UF Health Shands Hospital, UF Health Jacksonville (formerly Shands Jacksonville) is one of two academic hospitals in the UF Health system, and serves 19 counties in ...
  
 
 
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The Fuller Warren Bridge is a prestressed concrete girder bridge that carries I-95 across the St. Johns River in Jacksonville, Florida. The current bridge was completed in October 2002, replacing the original bascule bridge span completed in 1954. The current bridge was designed by HNTB Corporation in 1990 and built by Balfour Beatty Construction. The entire bridge is over 7,500 ft (2,286 m). long, with a main span of 250 feet (76 m), and a vertical clearance of 75 ft (23 m). The bridge now carr...
 Stanton College Preparatory School is an academically renowned public high school in Jacksonville, Florida. The schools history dates to the 1860s when it was begun as an elementary school serving the African-American population under the then-segregated education system. It now serves secondary students within the Duval County school district in grades 9-12. The school offers special curricula which include Honors courses, Advanced Placement, and International Baccalaureate courses. In 2005, th...
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  Confederate Park is a public park in Jacksonville, Florida, on the southern bounds of the historic neighborhood of Springfield. It is part of a network of parks that parallel Hogans Creek.  

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