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5. Fort Matanzas, Fla.

Matanzas, Spanish for "slaughterss" or "killings," is an appropriate name for the river on the east coast of Florida, where the Spanish massacred French soldiers in 1565 during efforts to colonize the area. Fort Matanzas is 15 miles south of St. Augustine, about midway between Jacksonville and... Jessica Whittle via Flickr