It's All Greek to Me: Tarpon Springs, Florida
A coastal town with America's largest population of Greek Americans, Tarpon Springs, Florida, is a trip to Greece that doesn't require a passport. Check out the traditional sponge divers and sample some of the delicious food!
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Your One Stop Guide to Historic Tarpon Springs, Florida and The Famous Sponge Docks. Greek Restaurants, Greek Hertitage, Historic sites.
22 Delightful Things to do in Tarpon Springs, Florida
Visiting Tarpon Springs on Florida’s Gulf Coast? Read our epic guide of best things to do in Tarpon Springs. Explore the Tarpon Springs sponge docks, have a Greek meal on Dodecanese Blvd, take a sponge boat cruise, buy olive oil, and learn all about the sponge industry in this Greek city in Florida.
Tarpon Springs Map
Tarpon Springs map in the scuba diving guide of GoodDive.com featuring maps of Tarpon Springs dive sites, pictures and a directory of Florida
Tarpon Springs Photowalk. Image processed in Lightroom 2.0. We had an interesting evening. Weather threatened but held off. It was fun to meet other local photographers and to shoot for myself for a change.
Louis Pappas' Restaurant - Tarpon Springs, Florida
Mama Pappas at Louis Pappas' Famous Riverside Restaurant. World famous for their Seafoods, Greek Salad and Cuisine. Located at Sponge Boat Docks, Tarpon Springs, Fla. Also Louis Pappas' Restaurant at 1080 Pasadena Ave., So., St. Petersburg, Fla. Copyright 1951 L.L. Cook Co. 51791 CAPA-013161
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Tarpon Springs, the South's Mediterranean port city named for the abundant fish found off its coast, is hailed as the "Sponge Capital of the World." The oldest town in Pinellas County, Tarpon is located along the Anclote River where the river flows into the Gulf of Mexico. History in this coastal community dates back t
Greetings from Tarpon Springs, Florida - Large Letter Postcard
Production Date: Circa 1945 Source Type: Postcard Printer, Publisher, Photographer: Hartman Card Company, Metropolitan Postcard Company (#49700) Postmark: February 26, 1952, Tarpon Springs, Florida Collection: Steven R. Shook Tenney and Hilbert Published Market Price in 2009: $3-$6 Source: Tenney, Fred, and Kevin Hilbert. 2009. Large Letter Postcards: The Definitive Guide 1930s to 1950s. Atglen, Pennsylvania: Schiffer Publishing, Ltd. 176 p. Copyright 2013. All rights reserved…