St. Augustine Slave Market
The St. Augustine Slave Market is a structure in which both Spaniards and the British governments sold slaves for hundreds of years..
This memorial commemorates the slaves sold there and the general bustle of trade the city has enjoyed here for over 300 years.
The plaza is laid in a rectangular shape according to the compass points, with the length equal to 1 1/2 times the width. In the plaza there is a blue, rectangular open-air plaza in which merchants in St. Augustine would sell slaves until it became illegal with the memorial dedicated to the slaves that were sold there.