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  • Wood Chart Wood Chart 24.5 x 31 - Brooklyn Grey
  • Wood Chart Wood Chart 24.5 x 31 - Brooklyn Grey
  • Wood Chart Wood Chart 24.5 x 31 - Brooklyn Grey

Wood Chart 24.5 x 31 - Brooklyn Grey

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Brooklyn New York Wood Map Details:

Made of Baltic birch
Solid wood frame made to fit
Laser-cut depth
Engraved names and locations
Acrylic glass protection
Arrives ready to hang

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New York City is full of hidden gems. The romance of the city’s skyline pairs perfectly with the incredible views in Central Park, and every street features a new and exciting delicacy to enjoy. Whether you’re a lifelong resident or just passing through, New York City has something for everyone.

Although New York City is known as the Big Apple, there’s more to its boroughs than meets the eye. Brooklyn, also known as Kings County, is the most populated of New York City’s five boroughs with over two and a half million residents. In fact, if the borough were a city, it would be fourth on the list of most populated cities in the United States. Our 3D nautical wood chart showcases the uniqueness of this vibrant and diverse community, highlighting points of interest, including Coney Island, Brighton Beach, and Canarsie.

Each of our 3D wood maps is expertly laser-cut into pieces of Baltic birch which are then glued together to form the dynamic beauty and depth of the landscape. Once the map’s outlines are finished, an artist hand-stains the area around the land to indicate where the water meets the shoreline and etches points of interest, landmarks, and major roads. Once the nautical wood map is complete, a custom, solid wood frame is added along with a piece of ultra-transparent acrylic for durability and protection.

Put your love of Brooklyn on display with this incredible lake art.


Points of Interest on Brooklyn New York Map:

Greenpoint, Williamsburg, Brighton Beach, Coney Island, Brooklyn Heights, Canarsie, Flatlands, and Park Slope

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