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24th of June 2017

The city of Miami is located in the state of Florida in United States. By far the most exciting city in Miami, USA is a heady intoxicating beautiful place, with palm trees swaying in the breeze and famous South Beach Art Deco buildings are impressive in warm sunlight.

USA, MiamiAway from the beaches and tourists, the gleaming skyscrapers of downtown been proud of The Miami Herald as the headquarters of many U.S. company’s operations in Latin America.

Located in central North America and South America, its port is recognized as the “Cruise Capital of the World” and “Cargo Gateway of the Americas” and its two international airports with 150 airlines serving 180 destinations per day. Miami is home to 120 banks, place the 2nd city in the U.S. financial and as a result, many large companies have moved their headquarters to Miami.

Still, it is people, not the climate, the landscape, or cash, which makes Miami so remarkable. A little over a hundred years ago in Miami was a swampy, mosquito-tormented settlers. Although favored by climate and geography, Miami remained a remote tropical village of wooden houses until in 1896, the arrival of Henry Flagler’s railroad gave the city its first fixed land link to the rest of the continent, and paved the way for the Twenties housing boom.

In the fifties, Miami Beach became a celebrity-filled tourist area, as well as thousands of Cubans fleeing the regime of Fidel Castro began arriving here.

The Sixties and Seventies brought decline, and the dangerous reputation of Miami in the eighties was well deserved – in 1980 the city had the highest homicide rate in America.

Since then, with the strengthening of economic ties with Latin America and the gentrification of South Beach – which helped make tourism the lifeblood of the local economy back in the early nineties – Miami is enjoying an increase in wealth and optimism.

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Miami is a major center of finance, commerce, media, entertainment, arts and international trade in the U.S.A. Miami is also a major center of television, music, fashion, film and the performing arts. Miami also has a port that has the largest volume of cruise ships in the world.

Tourism, technology, pharmaceuticals, fisheries, forestry, sugar cane and agriculture account for some of the wide range of industries headquartered in Miami today, not to mention the two-thirds of the U.S. citrus market.

Attracted by the year-round the heat and sunshine, thousands of visitors pour into the area hoping to get some sun and relax. Miami’s reputation for brilliant, with its unique architecture will take your breath away.

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