Ayiti land of high mountains art project in Little Haiti

Little Haiti in Miami will continue to be a reference for the Haitian community. This connection will be more obvious in the near future as the Miami Mountains Foundation plans to transform a Little Haiti median with its "Ayiti, Land of High Mountains" public art display.


Miami-Dade County just approved the funding for a project to transform an underused road median in Little Haiti area on NE second Avenue with vibrant public art demonstrating Haiti as a land of high mountains. This public art display will be one more reason to make Little Haiti a tourist destination, will be there on a permanent basis

Ayiti land of high mountains art project in Little Haiti will be established in memory of the victims of the Haiti earthquake of 2010. The initiative was made possible by Northeast Second Avenue Partnership, Inc. and Miami Mountains Foundation

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Carlos Mejias says...

Ayiti sounds like a great project in memory of the earthquake of 2010.

As indicated here, this projects extends east to west from ne 2 to ne 5 MLK.
will it extend north or south of MLK from where to where?

I will appreciate, if you let me know



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