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11 Stunning Florida Towns You Need To Visit

Tarpon Springs is a riverfront town with a historic downtown district and brick streets. It’s also heavily influenced by Greek culture: 11 Stunning #Florida Towns

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17 Most Beautiful Places to Visit in Florida

Ginnie Springs | one of the clearest springs in Florida. The 72-degree water is…

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It's All Greek to Me: Tarpon Springs, Florida

It's All Greek to Me: Tarpon Springs, Florida | CosmosMariners.com

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spiritual and nature center bonita springs, florida

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A Day Trip to Tarpon Springs, Florida

Tarpon Springs, Florida - sponge docks, a neat little main street area for tourists, great Greek restaurants and bakeries. It also has a nice little beach area with shelling excursions and a river to oceanfront ride. The winter cold water months are the prime time for manatees.

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Samantha Rose Says: Exploring Florida | Weeki Wachee Springs.

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Hot-Spring Hopping in Central Florida

Hot-Spring Hopping in Central Florida averages winter highs of 73, has more than 240 days of sunshine a year & 700 freshwater springs. Each crystal-clear springs maintains a year-round temp of 72. Blue Springs State Park ($6), 40 min. from Orlando, is a winter fave among scuba divers, snorkelers, & manatees as well as hikers, kayakers, & riverboaters.

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Three Sisters Spring

kayak and swim with the manatees! Three Sisters Spring at Crystal River, FL ~~~ I so want to do this! Have you? What did you think??

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Silver Springs, Florida

Did You Know: Silver Springs, Florida is one of the largest artesian spring formations in the world? #travel #MarionCounty

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Sponge Diver Statue, Tarpon Springs, Florida In 1890, John Cheyney, a Tarpon businessman, opened the Anclote River and rock Island Sponge Company across the river from Tarpon Springs. During the 1890s, sponge-packing houses were built in the City, sponge presses were installed and buyers moved to town. Gradually the sponge business shifted its center from Key West, Cuba and the Bahamas to Tarpon Springs. By 1900 the City was considered the largest sponge port in the United States.

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