After Florida hurricane, World’s Most Famous Beach gets new sign

New Daytona Beach landmark installed in front of city hall

The new sign sits in front of Daytona Beach's city hall building. (City of Daytona Beach)

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – If you’re from Florida, you’ll know the World’s Most Famous Beach and the iconic sign that goes along with it.

While the Daytona Beach landmark was damaged after Hurricane Nicole ripped across Volusia County, a new sign has taken its place in the interim.

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The Daytona Beach landmark was damaged during Hurricane Nicole, city officials said. (City of Daytona Beach)

A “Love Daytona Beach” sign was installed in front of city hall as officials work to repair the damage done to the “World’s Most Famous Beach” one that hung above the entrance to the shoreline.

The city has not yet said when the original sign is expected to be up again.

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