Beach scene at Key Biscayne with the Miami skyline on the horizon. Key Biscayne is an island off the coast of Miami that’s principle economy is as a travel destination for tourists. As of 2004, the islands population was recorded at 10,324.
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Cities and Towns -- Florida -- Key Biscayne;
United States of America
Smolski, Chet, "Miami: Beach Scene at Key Biscayne" (1978). Browse All. 443.
tourism; Key Biscayne; waterfront;