St. Augustine is the oldest city in the US.
Damascus is the oldest city in the world.
Saint Augustine, Florida is the oldest city in the United States.
Saint Augustine is not only the oldest continuously inhabited city in Florida, it is the oldest continually inhabited city in the US.
The first US capital was Philadelphia. This would be the oldest capital of the US.
Saint Augustine is the oldest city in the US, established by the Spaniards.
The oldest city in the us is St. Augustine. It was found in the 1500 by Columbus when he was trying to find the fountain of youth.
The first capital city of the US was Philadelphia.
Yeah its the oldest settlement
St. Augustine, Florida is the oldest continuously settled city (by Europeans) in the United States. source: http://www.infoplease.com/askeds/oldest-us-city.html
It was in atlantic city
As old as your mom
St. Augustine was settled in 1565, it is the second oldest city. Pensacola is the oldest city, it was settled in 1559 by the Spanish.
The oldest Hispanic city in the United States is San Antonio, Texas.
It is St. Agustine, Florida
The Oldest City in Florida is Saint Augustine. Saint Augustine is 443 yrs old. And was founded in 1565.
The oldest verified US man is likely James Richardson of Alabama, born January 2, 1904 (110 years old in 2014 when he became the oldest).