An essence of Europe in Miami. Vizcaya Museum and Gardens which is once filled in as the home of representative James Deering. Started in 1910, with engineering and gardens demonstrated on the Mediterranean Revival style, the bequest was Deering's winter home from 1916 until his passing in 1925. Today, the exhibition hall and patio nurseries pull in guests who are drawn by the manor's accumulation of classical furniture, woven artworks, artistic creations, and beautifying expressions. The ocean side greenery enclosures overflow with wellsprings, models, gazebos, trails, and pools. The home as often as possible hosts dignitaries from around the globe.