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About Miami FL

Miami, Florida, is one of the largest cities in the United States, ranking at the 8th most populous and the 4th largest. Over 5.5 million people call this city their home.

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About Miami FL

Miami, Florida, is one of the largest cities in the United States, ranking at the 8th most populous and the 4th largest. Over 5.5 million people call this city their home. The picturesque skyline of Miami features more than 300 skyscrapers that line the bay and reflect on the water at night.

The city is a popular tourist destination and the economy largely relies on the large number of people that visit the area every year. Miami Beach is one of the most popular locations in the world to visit and is located just miles from downtown. Miami, with its location at the southernmost point of the mainland of Florida, is a popular port as well as a gateway to the Florida Keys.

The city was incorporated in 1896 after a business woman named Julia Tuttle managed to convince Henry Flagler to build the Florida East Coast Railway through the Miami region. Because of this interaction, Miami is now known as the only major city in the U.S. that was founded by a woman. At the time of its incorporation, less than 400 people lived in the area.

In 1959, as Fidel Castro ascended to power in Cuba, Miami became the new home of Cubans looking to escape their home country. As a result, Miami has a distinctly Cuban heritage which is reflected in the music, cuisine, entertainment, and the many museums.

The beautiful city of Miami is situated between the bay on one side, and the Florida Everglades on the other. As a result, residents enjoy both the city life of this popular metropolis and the natural wonders that surround it on all sides. All of these things combine to make Miami one of the most desirable places to live in the United States.

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