Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Miami, Florida

Lights glittering like jewels enhance the beautiful evening skyline of Miami, Florida.

Skyline of Miami:  Seen over Miami Rive from Brickell Point.

Eight-hundred-year-old arched Cloister Walk in the Ancient Spanish Monastery near Miami, Florida.  Built in Spain in the year 1141, the entire Monastery, packed in 10,751 crates, was brought to America by William Randolph Hearst.

Vizcaya, one of the most magnificent estates in the world, may now be seen by the public in Miami, Florida.  Built by the late James Deering, it includes 30 acres of spectacular formal gardens and woodlands, with rare art treasures in the great house.  It is now operated by Dade County.  This section of the formal garden shows the Water Stairway and part of the central pool.

No comments:

Post a Comment