Old Spanish Trail Zero Marker
On a trip to St. Augustine, Florida back in 2015, I saw this cool-looking spherical stone monument and decided to photograph the spot in a spherical panoramic image. This spot turned out to be the Old Spanish Trail Zero Marker. Below you can view and interact with the 360-degree panoramic image I captured with my Canon 6d DSLR.
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The Old Spanish Trail Zero Marker is a huge spherical marker in St. Augustine, Florida that marks the end of the Old Spanish trail that once stretched from San Diego, California to St. Augustine. You can find the marker, which was placed at the location in 1928, next to the St. Augustine Visitor Center The marker is also next to the Fuente De Los Canos De San Francisco water fountain.