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Miami Beach’s Art Deco District (aka South Beach) comprises of nearly 1000 Art Deco, Mediterranean, and Streamline Moderne buildings. The city created stringent preservation laws in the late 1970’s that saved many of these structures from the wrecking ball. The majority of these buildings have been restored to their former glory.
Fellow forumer UncleRando was in town and we set out on a tour of the Deco District. The weather was less than ideal for photography and Mother Nature cut the tour short. Nevertheless I was able to get in some decent shots.
Nothing like all the Art Deco on South Beach. Tons of it and all looking fantastic. Only in Miami can you get away with those pastels and neon. Great pics and Thanks for taking the time to shoot and post!