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Freedom Tower’s Groundbreaking ‘Ground’: Unique Book Tributes Miami’s Landmarks

Architectural and historical spaces allow residents to discover clues their past. On a popular coastal spit of land by the Miami River, for instance, there is evidence of an ancient Native American civilization: a perfect 38-foot circle etched in limestone bedrock with twenty-four basins along its circumference amidst the luxury high-rises in Miami’s financial district. Discovered in 1998, the archaeological site contained many artifacts including shell-tools and human teeth dating thousands of years. Now a U.S. National Historic Landmark known as the Miami Circle, the site is a popular venue for various cultural events and is situated near another hotspot Brickell Key. (Only in Miami!)…….Read more of Freedom Tower’s Groundbreaking ‘Ground’: Unique Book Tributes Miami’s Landmarks on the MiamiArtZine.com

The Centinela Del Rio at Brickell Key formerly a Tequesta Indian village.
The Centinela Del Rio at Brickell Key formerly a Tequesta Indian village.
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Luxury condominiums along the Miami River

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