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Where Am I?

Cateogry: History Quiz
Posted by: Editor on Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Submit Answers in Comments (below). Answers will not be revealed until a winner is selected.

I am a stately structure that is important in our county history. These gentlemen are assembling my many parts and doing a fine job of it. Your task – Where am I?

Winner: Alecia Harper, Historic Spanish Point (most correct)


Comments & Quiz Answers

24 comments on "Where Am I?"

guest on August 5, 2015 said:
Mabel Ringling rose garben
Belinda Chase on July 10, 2015 said:
Spanish Point
Greg Schifferle on July 10, 2015 said:
Near the White Cottage at Historic Spanish Point.
Carrie Johnson Palmer on July 9, 2015 said:
Spanish Point
Cindy Schneider on July 9, 2015 said:
Ringling Art Museum
Billy Hasson on July 9, 2015 said:
Spanish Point
Billy Hasson on July 9, 2015 said:
The Federal Building at Orange and Ringling
Sue Ellen Jackson on July 9, 2015 said:
Orange Avenue, not far from Main St.
Richard Strong on July 9, 2015 said:
Spanish Point
Dale Harris on July 9, 2015 said:
Spanish Point Sunken Garden
Ron Norman on July 9, 2015 said:
Ringling Museum
Cindy Clark on July 9, 2015 said:
Spanish Point
Nancy Long on July 8, 2015 said:
Spanish Point
Chris Houtchens on July 8, 2015 said:
The Ringling home
Rick Garfinkel on July 8, 2015 said:
Looks like the White Cottage down in Osprey; the pergola by the garden in the back yard.
alecia harper on July 8, 2015 said:
Historic Spanish Point
Diana Paver on July 8, 2015 said:
The old post office at the end of State Street downtown???
Sheri on July 8, 2015 said:
Spanish Point Bertha Palmer
Diana Paver on July 8, 2015 said:
Ringling Museum
Linda on July 8, 2015 said:
Is it Spanish Pointe
Polly Barnett on July 8, 2015 said:
Ringling Museum
Linda on July 8, 2015 said:
Mabel Ringling's rose garden pillars
Joe Cleary on July 8, 2015 said:
111 S. Orange Ave., Sarasota. The City Auditor and Clerk's Office.
Pam Esthus McLeod on July 8, 2015 said:
The rose garden at the Ringling Museum.

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