A St. Augustine site has been selected for inclusion on the National Register of Historic Places — but it’s one few people may ever actually visit.
The 18th-century “Storm Wreck” — the remains of which are submerged about a mile off the coast of St. Augustine — was recently named by Florida’s Department of State to the National Park Service’s Register of Historic Places.

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