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Florida vintage road maps are an interesting way to track the changes in this fast growing state.
Ave Maria is about 25 miles east of Naples. The founder of Dominos, Tom Monaghan, was the leader of the effort that created this beautiful new town.
DeLand, Florida is a place of thousands of shade trees and hundreds of historic sites. Enjoy a day or a week in Deland.
Florida Citrus Tower in Clermont, Florida opened for business in 1956. It was one of the most popular Florida tourist attractions for many years.
The Yearling Restaurant has been serving traditional Southern food since 1952.
Madison Florida was founded by cotton planters in 1838. It is one of the oldest and most charming little towns in Florida.
Renninger's Mount Dora antique center has 180 antique booths. The flea market has as many as 500 dealers at one time.
Florida cracker cuisine is distinctly Southern. Fried chicken, cornbread, collards, fried catfish, and more.
Keystone Heights is near Gainesville and has a population of about 1,500.
Alva: watch the Caloosahatchee River flow by from a pretty little Florida town