The Miami Circle is an archeological site in downtown Miami. This perfect circle measuring 38 feet is honored as the only evidence of a permanent prehistoric structure. It is thought to have been built by the Tequesta Indians as part of their main village and is believed to be between 1700 and 2000 years old.
In 2009, it was designated a National Historic Landmark leaving this open public space untouched and available for visitors to enjoy. Miami Circle Park is a nice combination of prehistoric Florida and modern architecture. The park is a great walking destination along the waterfront.
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