The Ponce de León Hall

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This stunning hall is an example of Spanish Colonial architecture mixed with plenty of Ottoman accents. Construction ended in 1887 commissioned by oil magnate Henry Flagler. Now a part of Flagler College the hall features priceless elements from the Tiffany stained glass to 24k gold leaf. True to the explorer the hall was named after there is a fountain in the courtyard although it probably will not stop the aging process. (Photo by Melinda Souvlakia)

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January 2017
January 2017