Phoenix Arizona City Streets Push Pin Map Wall Art

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Map of Phoenix

From the desert gardens to championship golf courses, Phoenix is known for its sunny weather, athletics, and booming tourism. Discover The Valley Of The Sun in a new light with our Map of Phoenix. This impressive decor piece showcases your favorite cities, trails, toads, railways, rivers and more. Choose from different map styles, frames, and custom titles/subtitles.

About The Map:

At GeoJango, we are experts in GIS mapping and developing products of the highest quality display. Each map art print is created using open street maps, a comprehensive world-wide database of roads, streets, and other features. We design each of our five unique styles by programming thousands of layers within each map. In turn, our maps are the most accurate, high-quality and stylish on the market.

Style Options:

Our City Maps come in 5 design options: Toner, Night, Pencil, Ganymede, and Retro.

Toner - This map is our classic black and white style. It is crisp, clean, and the perfect addition to any space.

Night - This style will showcase the nightlife of your favorite city. The variation of grey tones will complement any home.

Pencil- Our etched, pencil design is a crowd favorite. The beautiful ocean pattern and neutral color palette complement any of your favorite cities.  

Ganymede - Named after Jupiter’s largest moon, this style is bound to make a statement in any spot. The muted blue and teal tones give this map a unique look that showcases the different streets, topography, and more.

Retro - This option will add the perfect pop of color to any space. The retro map view makes water features, parks, and roadways pop.

Construction: Our Framed City Maps are printed on high quality Photo Satin Paper and can be used with push pins. We mount the map on a high quality pin board using heavy machinery for a lasting bound.

Applications: Decorate your home, office, desert oasis, or rental home with your home city, one you’ve traveled to, or as inspiration for your next adventure.

A Great Gift for: Desert lovers, golfers, geography enthusiasts, and college students. This is the perfect wedding, graduation, or holiday gift for everyone!

Optionally Personalize your map:

Make the map truly your own by creating a custom title and subtitle. Be creative and write why Phoenix is special to you.

Quality and Guarantee:

We stand behind our work and guarantee the highest level of construction and quality. Contact us if you have any problems with your map, and we will coordinate to ensure you are happy with your order.

History of the City

The history of Phoenix, Arizona, is a tale of relentless heat, resilience, and remarkable growth. From its origins as a small agricultural settlement to its current status as one of the fastest-growing cities in the United States, Phoenix's story is a testament to human ingenuity and the allure of the American Southwest.

Phoenix's history as a city begins with the Hohokam people, who settled in the Salt River Valley around 300 AD. They were responsible for constructing an extensive network of canals for irrigation, allowing them to cultivate crops in the arid desert landscape. The Hohokam's sophisticated canal system laid the foundation for future agricultural development in the region.

In the 1860s, American settlers began to establish farms and communities in the Salt River Valley, taking advantage of the Hohokam canals and the fertile soil. Jack Swilling, one of the area's early settlers, is credited with reviving the ancient canal system, providing water for crops and livestock.

In 1867, the settlement was officially named Phoenix, symbolizing its transformation and revival from the ruins of the ancient Hohokam civilization. The name "Phoenix" was chosen as it represented the city's rebirth from the ashes of the past.

Phoenix continued to grow as a small agricultural and trading center throughout the late 19th century. However, its early years were not without challenges, including harsh desert conditions, periodic droughts, and conflicts with Indigenous populations.

The late 19th century brought a significant economic boost to Phoenix with the arrival of the railroad in 1887. The Southern Pacific Railroad connected Phoenix to other major cities in the Southwest, facilitating the transportation of goods and people. This transportation link was pivotal in Phoenix's development, transforming it into a regional trade and distribution center.

The early 20th century marked a period of expansion and modernization for Phoenix. The construction of Theodore Roosevelt Dam in 1911, part of the Salt River Project, brought a reliable water supply to the region, enabling the city to further develop its agricultural sector. Citrus farming and cotton production became major industries.

World War II had a profound impact on Phoenix, as it did on many American cities. The city's population swelled as military installations were established in the area. After the war, the return of veterans and the growth of industries such as aerospace contributed to the city's post-war boom.

The latter half of the 20th century saw explosive growth in Phoenix. The availability of air conditioning and improved infrastructure made the city more attractive to residents and businesses, despite its scorching summers. Suburban development expanded rapidly, leading to the creation of suburban communities and the greater Phoenix metropolitan area.

The city also became a hub for education and research. Arizona State University, founded in 1885, became one of the nation's largest public universities, fostering innovation and contributing to the city's growth as a center for higher education and technology.

Today, Phoenix is the capital and largest city in Arizona, known for its booming economy, vibrant cultural scene, and stunning desert landscapes. It continues to attract new residents and businesses, making it one of the fastest-growing metropolitan areas in the United States.

While Phoenix has faced challenges related to urban sprawl, water resources, and environmental sustainability, the city's history is a testament to its ability to adapt and thrive in the harsh desert environment. Phoenix embodies the spirit of resilience and ambition, showcasing the allure of the American Southwest and the opportunities it offers to those willing to embrace the heat and the promise of a bright future.

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Phoenix: Love my beautiful wall display and how they look together: Hometown - College - Family Home

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