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IUCN Category V, Historic districts in Florida, 1564 establishments, Buildings and structures in Jacksonville, Florida, Colonial United States (French), History of Jacksonville, Florida, Huguenot history in the United States, Lost cities and towns, National Memorials of the United States, National Register of Historic Places in Duval County, Florida, Parks in Jacksonville, Florida, French forts in the United States, Museums in Jacksonville, Florida, Military and war museums in Florida, Protected...Fort Caroline was the first French colony in the present-day United States, located on the banks of the St. Johns River in what is now Jacksonville, Florida. It was established under the leadership of René Goulaine de Laudonnière on June 22, 1564, as a new territorial claim in French Florida and a safe haven for Huguenots. The French settlement came into conflict with the Spanish, who established St. Augustine in September 1565, and Fort Caroline was sacked by Spanish troops under Pedro Menén...
 
 
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IUCN Category V, American Civil War forts in Florida, State parks of Florida, National Register of Historic Places in Duval County, Florida, Parks in Jacksonville, Florida, Protected areas established in 1970, Forts on the National Register of Historic Places in Florida, Northside, Jacksonville, American Civil War stubs, Florida state park stubs, First Coast Region, Florida Registered Historic Place stubs, Hidden categories:, Articles sourced only to NRIS from November 2013, All articles sourced...
 The Port of Jacksonville (JAXPORT) is an international trade seaport on the St. Johns River in Jacksonville, Florida. The newest port in the United States, it carries over 21 million tons of cargo each year and has an annual impact of over $19 billion, including 65,000 jobs. It serves the Greater Jacksonville Metropolitan Area, and is the second largest handler of vehicles in the United States with 656,805 in fiscal year 2008. Jaxport was the 36th largest port in the country and third in Florida...
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JEA Northside Generating Station in Jacksonville, Florida is a major power plant, one of the three power plants owned and operated by JEA, Jacksonvilles municipal utilities service. It produces electricity by burning coal and petroleum coke at Units 1 and 2, formerly the largest circulating fluidized-bed combustors, (CFBs), in the world. These combustors, completed in 2002 and rated at 297.5 megawatts each, produce enough electricity to light more than 250,000 households. In addition, Unit ST3 p...
 
Fort George Island State Cultural Site is a Florida State Park located on Fort George Island, about three miles (5 km) south of Little Talbot Island State Park on SR A1A. It is home to the Ribault Inn Club, constructed in 1928 as a winter resort and now used as a visitors center. The 46,000-acre (190 km2) Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve, in Jacksonville, Florida is nearby. Fort George has the highest point along the Atlantic coast south of Sandy Hook, New Jersey, and contains Timucua o...

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 The JAXPORT Cruise Terminal (30°24.50�N 81°34.65�W 30.40833°N 81.57750°W 30.40833; -81.57750Coordinates: 30°24.50�N 81°34.65�W 30.40833°N 81.57750°W 30.40833; -81.57750) is a 63,000 sq ft (5,900 m2) temporary cruise ship terminal in Jacksonville, Florida. The facility located at the northwest corner of the Dames Point Marine Terminal, beside the Dames Point Bridge. It was completed in six months during 2003 and is a facility at the Port of Jacksonville, administ...
 
The Ribault Inn Club is an historic building on Fort George Island near Jacksonville, Florida. It is now home to the Fort George Island Visitor Center. The building was designed in a Colonial Revival architecture style and is credited to Maurice Fatio and Mellen Clark Greeley. It was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places on May 11, 2000 and is located on Fort George Road. It was built in 1928 for winter recreation and is considered a legacy of Fort George Islands resort era. Win...
 
 
 
 
Atlantic Beach is a city in Duval County, Florida, United States, part of the Jacksonville Beaches communities. When the majority of communities in Duval County consolidated with Jacksonville, Florida in 1968, Atlantic Beach, along with Jacksonville Beach, Neptune Beach, and Baldwin, remained quasi-independent. Like the other towns, it maintains its own municipal government, but its residents vote in the Jacksonville mayoral election and have representation on the Jacksonville city council. The ...
 The Palm and Cycad Arboretum at the Florida State College at Jacksonville is located on the south campus at 11901 Beach Boulevard, Jacksonville, Florida, USA. This is an outdoor area next to the G building, a large three-story complex in the middle of campus that houses the library and other facilities. There is also a biologically diverse area of larger trees and mid-growth brush in an immediate westerly direction to this area. As the Arboretum is an open area, there are no specific set hours, ...
 
 
Little Talbot Island State Park is a Florida State Park located on Little Talbot Island, 17 miles (27 km) northeast of Jacksonville on State Road A1A. The park covers the entire 2,500-acre (10 km2) island. Big Talbot Island State Park lies to the immediate north. The park contains maritime forests, dunes, and salt marshes on the western side of the island. Wild life includes river otters, marsh rabbits, bobcats, and a variety of native and migrating birds. Activities include camping, fishing, hi...
 

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Neptune Beach is a beachfront city east of Jacksonville in Duval County, Florida, United States. When the majority of Duval County communities consolidated with Jacksonville in 1968, Neptune Beach, along with Jacksonville Beach, Atlantic Beach, and Baldwin, remained quasi-independent. Like those other towns, it maintains its own municipal government but its residents vote in the Jacksonville mayoral election and are represented on the Jacksonville city council. The population was 7,037 at the 20...
 Dusty Rhodes Field at Harmon Stadium, generally known as Harmon Stadium, is the baseball stadium at the University of North Florida (UNF), and the home field of the North Florida Ospreys baseball team. It is located on the universitys campus in Jacksonville, Florida, near the softball complex and aquatic center. It opened in 1988 and has a seating capacity of 1,250. The stadium is named for Doug and Linda Harmon for their contributions to constructions costs, while the field is named after UNFs ...
 
The Mathews Bridge is a cantilever bridge in Jacksonville, Florida, which spans the St. Johns River. Constructed in 1953, the bridge brings traffic along the Arlington Expressway between downtown Jacksonville and the Arlington neighborhood. It was named after John E. Mathews, a Florida state legislator and Chief Justice of the 1955 Florida Supreme Court who helped gather funding for the bridges construction. Originally silver in color, the bridge was painted maroon in 1984 in celebration of Jack...
The Jacksonville Beaches, known locally as the Beaches or the Beach, are a group of towns and communities on the northern half of an unnamed barrier island on the US state of Floridas First Coast, all of which are suburbs or parts of the city of Jacksonville. These communities are separated from the main body of the city of Jacksonville by the Intracoastal Waterway. The Jacksonville Beaches are located in Duval and northern St. Johns County, and make up part of the Jacksonville metropolitan area...
Urban contemporary radio stations, Radio stations in Jacksonville, Florida, Radio stations established in 1983, IHeartMedia radio stations, Hidden categories:, Articles that may contain original research from October 2012, All articles that may contain original research, Articles needing cleanup from October 2012, All pages needing cleanup, Articles with sections that need to be turned into prose from October 2012, Articles needing additional references from October 2012, All articles needing ad... 
 
 
 
 WFOX-TV, virtual channel 30 (UHF digital channel 32), is a Fox-affiliated television station located in Jacksonville, Florida, United States. The station is owned by the Cox Media Group subsidiary of Cox Enterprises; Cox Media Group also operates CBS affiliate WJAX-TV (channel 47) under a joint sales and shared services agreements with owner Bayshore Television, LLC. The two stations share studio facilities located on Central Parkway in Jacksonvilles Southside section; WFOX-TV maintains transmit...
 
WJAX-TV CBS 47 ACTION NEWS JAX virtual channel 47 (UHF digital channel 19) is a CBS-affiliated television station located in Jacksonville, Florida, United States. The station is owned by Bayshore Television, LLC & operated by the Cox Media Group subsidiary of Cox Enterprises, which owns FOX affiliate WFOX-TV (channel 30), operates WJAX-TV under joint sales and shared services agreements. The two stations share studio facilities located on Central Parkway in Jacksonvilles Southside section; WJAX-...
 
 
 
 

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 W295AZ is a broadcast translator that broadcasts to the Jacksonville area on 106.9 FM. The station is licensed in Jacksonville Beach to Reach Communications, Inc.. It is a translator of WKSL-FM, 97.9 KISS FM and branded as 106.9 Planet Radio. It was originally broadcast as a simulcast to Sports Radio 930AM. In July 2013 after being off the air for three years, the station dropped the Sports Radio format and brought the famous Jacksonville Radio Station Planet Radio an Active Rock radio station o...
 
 
 
 
 The St. Johns Town Center is an upscale super-regional open-air mall in southeast Jacksonville, Florida. It opened its doors on March 18, 2005 with over 100 stores, many of which were new to the Jacksonville market at the time. The 200-acre (0.81 km2) mall is located at the intersection of J. Turner Butler Boulevard and the Interstate 295 East Beltway. Key tenants are Anthropologie, Apple , Cache, Sephora, Williams-Sonoma, Lucky Brand Jeans, bebe, P.F. Changs, Maggianos Little Italy and The Chee...
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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...
 

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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 ...
 
 
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 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...
 
 
 Oceanway, Florida is a neighborhood of Jacksonville, located just north of the neighborhood of San Mateo in Duval County, Florida. Once dotted with small farms and isolated houses, Oceanway has grown dramatically since the early 1980s, adding numerous residential neighborhoods, a new high school First Coast High School built in 1990, and several other schools for lower grades. Oceanway is also home to a large shopping center River City Marketplace with over 50 outlets, including Lowes, Wal-Mart,...
 
 

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  The Battle of St. Johns Bluff was fought from October 1�3, 1862, between Union and Confederate forces in Duval County, Florida, during the American Civil War. The battle resulted in a significant Union victory, helping secure their control of the Jacksonville area.  

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