|west end:||M Street|
|east end:||Cevallos Street|
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Zaragoza's western terminus is at M Street; from there Zaragoza travels easterly three blocks to Barrancas Avenue/J Street, at which point it is interrupted for two blocks. Zaragoza resumes at H Street and travels uninterrupted eight blocks to Clubbs Street, at which point it is interrupted for three blocks. Zaragoza resumes at de Villiers Street and travels one block to Reus Street, where it is interrupted for two blocks. Zaragoza resumes at Baylen Street and travels uninterrupted to its eastern terminus at Cevallos Street.
From Tarragona Street east to its terminus at Cevallos, Zaragoza is one-way eastbound.
Additionally, in older literature, it is not uncommon to see various alternate spellings, such as Zaragosa or Zarragosa.
In the early twentieth century, the first block west of Zaragoza Street, between Palafox and Baylen, became the hub of a thriving red-light district and was known as "the Line," due to the row of adjacent bordello houses. Among them was the Hazel brothel owned by Mollie McCoy.
- Robinson, Benjamin. An Historical Sketch of Pensacola, Florida. p. 17, 1882.