Miami Area
Miami Area
Miami Beach Area
Miami Beach Area
Miami Beach Area
Miami Beach Area
Miami Beach Area

Miami Beach Area

$675.00$1,095.00

Miami Beach is a barrier island between Biscayne Bay (West) and the Atlantic (East) that lies east of Miami. The area was originally inhabited by the Tequesta and later by the Seminole Indians. Until 1912, the area was a mangrove swamp, and growers tried to build coconut plantations without success but were luckier with avocado orchards. John S. Collins, Carl Fisher, John and James Lummus were among the pioneers of real estate development and, through their efforts, a bridge was built on both sides of the Gulf (subsequently a 1920 highway).  The former peninsula was turned into an island when the Haulover Inlet pass was built above Bal Harbor. Dredging added land to the island. The city was incorporated into the ocean beach in 1915 and renamed Miami Beach the following year. Miami Beach is now a year-round luxury resort and convention center, having no industries and no transportation facilities other than its road links to Miami.

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Description

Miami and its suburbs are located on the wide plain from Lake Okejoby south to the Gulf of Florida, from the Ever Grady Mountains to the west, and Biscayne Bay to the east. On average, the altitude of the area is about 6 feet above sea level in most communities, especially near the coast.

Miami Beach is a barrier island between Biscayne Bay (West) and the Atlantic (East) that lies east of Miami. The area was originally inhabited by the Tequesta and later by the Seminole Indians. Until 1912, the area was a mangrove swamp, and growers tried to build coconut plantations without success but were luckier with avocado orchards. John S. Collins, Carl Fisher, John and James Lummus were among the pioneers of real estate development and, through their efforts, a bridge was built on both sides of the Gulf (subsequently a 1920 highway).  The former peninsula was turned into an island when the Haulover Inlet pass was built above Bal Harbor. Dredging added land to the island. The city was incorporated into the ocean beach in 1915 and renamed Miami Beach the following year. Miami Beach is now a year-round luxury resort and convention center, having no industries and no transportation facilities other than its road links to Miami.

Product Details:

The map is made of eight different layers of hardwood formed together to depict the bathymetric levels of this area. Each layer is stained with a specific color according to the depths of the water. It’s assembled to represent an accurate portrayal at this scale of our wonderful beaches. This makes a thoughtful gift for anyone who loves the shorelines. Our amazing beaches and tropical weather draw millions of visitors every year. Amazing details and shipwrecks abound. Enjoy it year-round with our 3D map! Our maps are handcrafted for each order – we include a star or heart for your location if you would like. The typical time for production is 7-10 working days.

Delivery Schedule: 7-10 days.
Product Type: 3D Art Wall Map
Style: Artistic Laser-Cut Hardwood
Size: Varies – See variations
Country of Manufacture: U.S.A. – St. Petersburg, Florida

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Size

Lat/Long 5" x 11", Desktop 9" x 11", Small 16" x 20", Small 16" x 20"-multi, Medium 20" x 24", Large 25" x 30", Jumbo 36" x 43", Custom – Call us

Frame Color

None, Dark Walnut

Water Layers

Single, Multiple