The Pensacola Historic District is a U.S. historic district located in Pensacola, Florida.
The district is roughly bounded by Bayfront Parkway, Tarragona, Romana and Cevallos Streets. Within the district are the Historic Pensacola Village, the T.T. Wentworth Jr. Florida State Museum and Seville Square. Seville Square and its twin, Plaza Ferdinand VII, were the parade grounds for the Fort of Pensacola established during British rule. In 1559, a site to the northeast of the Pensacola Historic District on the Pensacola Bay is the earliest known European settlement on the North American continent.
Official Website http://www.sevillequarter.com/
Phone +1 850 434 6211
Address 119 E Government St, Pensacola 32502, United States
Coordinates 30°24'34.794" N -87°12'46.577" E