This picture shows the skyline of Tampa from St. Petersburg. The body of water separating the two cities is the Tampa Bay. The large dark colored building in the center of the photo is the Lykes Building, now called Park Tower. The two cities can be easily traveled to and from by means of the Howard Frankland Bridge, not pictured here. The bridge spans the Tampa Bay and was built as a way of traveling between these two major cities.
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Smolski, Chet, "Florida: View from St. Petersburg to Tampa" (1978). Browse All. 858.
Tampa Bay, St. Petersburg, Tampa, Florida, Lykes Building, Park Tower