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Miami-Dade County is one of 67 counties located in the US state of Florida. According to the 2010 Census, its population was 2,496,435 inhabitants. The county was created on January 18, 1836. The county seat is in Miami. Miami-Dade County is part of the South Florida metropolitan area.
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Mint House Downtown Miami
Brickell Deluxe Apartment with Free Parking
Luxury 5-star Condo @37th floor in Icon Brickell 2b/2b
The Guild Downtown | X Miami
Our selection of Hotels in Miami-Dade County
Element Miami Doral ★★★
Trump National Doral Golf Resort ★★★★★
AC Hotel by Marriott Miami Airport West/Doral ★★★★
Homewood Suites by Hilton Miami - Airport West ★★★
The Miami River or Miami River is a river that runs through the city of Miami, Florida, United States, from west to east, flowing into Biscayne Bay. It has a very important commercial use. Since 1900 it has undergone numerous changes as well as the surrounding city. The numerous shipping companies that have the river as their base are responsible for 80 percent of Miami's maritime trade with the Caribbean islands. It measures 8,800 meters in length.
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Beach Haus Key Biscayne Contemporary Apartments
OB Brickell Miami
Alhambra View | 2 Bedroom | 6Th Flr 00
Global Luxury Suites Downtown Miami
Our selection of Hotels in Miami River
Hampton Inn Miami-Airport West ★★★
Element by Westin Miami International Airport ★★★
JW Marriott Marquis Miami ★★★★★
Hampton Inn & Suites Miami-Doral Dolphin Mall ★★★
Freedom Tower (Miami)
Freedom Tower is a historic building in Miami at 600 Biscayne Boulevard and belongs to the National Register of Historic Places since 1979.
Built in 1925 as the headquarters of the News & Metropolis newspaper (later the Miami News) in Spanish Mediterranean style with elements inspired by the Giralda in Seville - as well as the Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables - it reaches 88 meters high.
In 1957 the newspaper left the building and in 1960, the federal government housed the first exiles of the Cuban Revolution in order to facilitate the process of identification and naturalization. In 1997 it was acquired by Jorge Mas Canosa.
Restored in 2004, it houses meeting rooms, galleries and exhibition halls that have shown joint exhibitions with museums and entities, has served samples sponsored by the Miami Dade C. College and the Miami Art Museum of Salvador Dalí, Francisco de Goya and Leonardo Da Vinci.
Since October 2008, it belongs to the National Register of Historic Places.
It was once the tallest building in the city and was used in an episode of Miami Vice.