A circle formed by 24 postholes, made sometimes around 0 – 300 AD. Diameter of this perfect circle is 11.5 m. Postholes are cut in limestone bedrock – a unique feature of Pre-Columbian structures in Florida. Most likely these are remnants of structure built by Tequesta culture and are located in their ancient capital.
Map of the site
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