How to find Coney Island map
The Coney Islands map, made by the US Geological Survey, is widely used by tourists to find the hidden treasure.
It has been made by a team of more than 70 artists to help tourists find hidden treasures on the islands, which stretch for more than 4,000 kilometres from New York to the Caribbean.
Coney islands map via Flickr.
The map, created in the 1940s by geologist Arthur W. Ficklin, includes information on the history of the island and offers tips on how to spot hidden treasures.
“Coney islands is a popular destination for the people of New York City,” a spokesperson for the Coney said.
“This map was created to help people find the wonders of the C.E.O. park, which has been a part of our history for more of the 20th century than the last half.”
The map was produced by a US Geological survey in 1940 and was designed to help visitors find the treasures hidden in the islands.
“It is the most accurate depiction of the islands location and its history,” the spokesperson said.
The spokesperson added that the Cinnabon Museum of Art in the city of New Jersey, the National Gallery of Art and the National Museum of the American Indian were among the artists who contributed to the map.
“Our goal is to provide the highest quality of information to the public and to encourage the exploration of the world around us,” the Cinco spokesperson said in a statement.
“Our aim is to make the Cincinnes map available for anyone to view, explore and share with their friends and family,” the statement continued.