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Built in 1896, Overtown grew and developed into a vibrant Miami community anchored by churches, retail and entertainment establishments.
In Miami's Little Havana neighborhood, there's a vibrant Hispanic culture, including colorful storefronts, unique art galleries and quaint restaurants.
Downtown Miami is one Southeast Florida’s most historic neighborhoods and it showcases a variety of architectural styles.
In adapting to new ways, the Miccosukees have always managed to retain their own culture.
Experience the diversity of Greater Miami and Beaches’ many popular areas.
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Beach paradise and a delicious melting pot.
Laid back, quirky, bohemian waterfront village.
Historic Mediterranean beauty, fine boutiques, dining.
Ultra-hip clubs, Art Deco architecture, people-watching.
The airport area’s growing corporate business community is located right next to MIA.
Mellow vibe, wide-open beaches, MiMo architecture.
Haitian and indie-music culture, galleries, performances.
Enjoy family fun with nature, clean air and water, healthy outdoor activities, eco and agricultural experiences.
Explore Downtown Miami and experience arts & culture, fine dining & exciting nightlife.
Exceptional golf, shopping, and residential community.
Soulful and vibrant, with a Broadway history.
World famous murals, arts and nightlife district.
Luxury shopping, spectacular beaches, five-star resorts.
Art galleries, showrooms, and designer shopping mecca.
Cuban cuisine, domino games, even hand-rolled cigars.
Exceptional shopping, dining, and residential living.
Relaxing beaches, golf, tennis, luxury views.
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