Key West Art & Historical Society presents: The Spanish Presence in Florida from 1512 to 1821
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Key West Art & Historical Society presents the Honorable Cándido Creis, Consul General of Spain in Miami for Florida, who will discuss "The Spanish Presence in Florida from 1512 to 1821" at the San Carlos Institute, 516 Duval St., from 6-7PM. Cándido Creis, a career diplomat who has held numerous distinguished positions in the Spanish Foreign Office, will explain the establishment of Spanish La Florida in 1513 after the arrival of Ponce de Leon, the years when Florida was a territory of the Kingdom of Spain and the impact of that heritage today. Distinguished Speaker Series presentation tickets are $5 for KWAHS members, $10 for non-members, and are available at kwahs.org, click ‘tickets." Early ticket purchase is recommended.
- Start:April 11, 2019
- End:April 11, 2019
- Where: Key West, Florida, United States, Key West, Florida, United States
- Event Type: Other
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