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Pensacola Beach Photo Gallery
Pensacola Beach Images In the Florida Panhandle on the Gulf of Mexico, Pensacola is a great place to take in a beautiful sunset on the pier, enjoy a day on one of the many white sand beaches. Pensacola Beach is on Santa Rosa Island and is suitable for fishing, boating, swimming, collecting seashells and exploring.
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Pensacola Lighthouse Photo Gallery
Pensacola Lighthouse Images Located near the entrance to Pensacola Bay and 190 feet above sea level, stands the black and white tower of the Pensacola Lighthouse. The light flashes white every minute and can be seen 27 miles out at sea. The lighthouse is on located on the Pensacola Naval Air Station; and in 1914 when the federal government established Pensacola as it's first training base for naval aviators.
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Quitewater Beach Photo Gallery
Quitewater Beach Images One of the best places to spend the entire day is at the Quietwater Beach Boardwalk. Spend the morning laying on the beach, jet skiing or boating. Then refuel with lunch at the Hooters or Papa's Pizza on location and prepare for an afternoon of shopping.
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National Naval Aviation Museum Photos
National Naval Aviation Museum Images Opened in 1962, the National Naval Aviation Museum on 37 acres of land, the museum is devoted to the history of naval aviation and displays over 150 aircraft and spacecrafts. Believe it or not, this place rivals the Smithsonian.
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Advanced Redoubt at Fort Barrancas Photos
Advanced Redoubt at Fort Barrancas Images The Advanced Redoubt of Fort Barrancas was built between 1845 and 1870 as part of a defense network for the Pensacola Navy Yard. The Redoubt is unique among the early American forts at Pensacola in being designed solely for resisting a land-based assault.
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