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At 38 feet the Miami Circle may be one of the most important archaeological finds in North America. It is located on the bank where the Miami River meets Biscayne Bay. Property developer Michael Bauman purchased the land the circle sits on for 8.5 million...More
We squeezed in a quick visit to this site, though directions to the location and parking once there were lacking. It's interesting and I'm glad it was preserved, but it wasn't much of a site. Nice location, but perhaps a corresponding museum visit should have...More
The Miami Circle is a tiny archeological site of huge importance. It is located at the mouth of the Miami River on Brickell Point, in some of the most expensive real estate in Miami. The Miami Circle is estimated to be between 1700 and 2000...More
The Miami Circle is a 2000 year old archaeological site that was discovered in 1998 during a routine archaeological survey. The meaning of the carved stone circle remains a mystery but connects us to the people who inhabited this area until the arrival of the...More
Little to really see, nice vista beside the Miami River but you have to negotiate with the Viceroy hotel to park and apart from the historical connection with ancient Miami, it is not a well presented location
To appreciate this small park I think a visit to HistoryMiami is necessary. Artifacts discovered at the location are now on display in the regional historical museum. The story about how county building ordinances prevented the construction of a waterfront condiminium on the site are...More