Dry Tortugas National Park Map Ornament

What is now Dry Tortugas National Park was discovered by Juan Ponce de Leon in 1513. He named the cluster of pristine keys "Las Tortugas" because of the abundance of sea turtles he'd caught while visiting. Later, the area was deemed the Dry Tortugas because of the lack of freshwater available on the islands.

McGovern's high-quality ornament brings memories and beauty to every tree. Not too heavy, not too light— this ornament is the perfect weight (50-52 grams). Topped with an antique black topper and faux-leather string for yet another touch of class.

  • Material: Matte-epoxy coated paper with styrofoam core

  • Size: Measures 32 cm in circumference

NOTE: Map is not intended for compass orientation.

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