South Florida Part 1: Vizcaya

March 20, 2009

“Vizcaya was the winter residence of American industrialist James Deering from Christmas 1916 until his death in 1925…At the time of Vizcaya’s construction, Miami’s population was around 10,000…The house was intended to appear as an Italian estate that had stood for 400 years and had been occupied and renovated by several generations of a family. It has 34 decorated rooms with 15th through 19th century antique furnishings and art objects.” – Vizcaya Museum and Gardens Official Website

2 Responses to “South Florida Part 1: Vizcaya”


  1. […] enough so that I feel like reminiscing a little. I’m also going through my old photos from last spring break, just daydreaming about being in vacation mode again. What I’m most looking forward to next […]


  2. […] photos, I highly recommend my gazillion posts on Scotland (here, for example). Or New York. Or even South Florida although don’t ask me why those photos are all sized differently. The freshest in culture. […]


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