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General Information about Miami The second largest city in the state of Florida is located in Miami, Florida's 45th largest city, between Florida Everglades and Biscayne Bay. Miami was officially established on July 28, 1896 as a city. Miami is a tri - ethnic city with a different image and culture than the classical structure of other American cities. The majority of the population consists of Cubans, Haitians and Caravans, who are called Hispanics. The predominant second language spoken in the city is Spanish. Built around the Miami River, the city has been named by the Americans as Magic City because of its excellent beaches, 24-hour nightlife and the fact that it is the center of world-famous cruise ships. In short, Miami is an ideal place to get together with different cultures, crazy nightlife, white beaches, shopping, historic sites, spectacular sunsets and all year round sunshine. Barry University, Florida International University, Johnson and Wales University, Miami - dade College, St. Louis. Major educational institutions such as Thomas University, Florida Memorial University, and the University of Miami are located here. Face Measurement It's 143.15 square kilometers. Its population It is 2.500.00. Time period Miami Time Zone Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) is the "Eastern Daylight Time Zone". Daylight Saving Time The Daylight Saving Time starts at 02:00 on the first Sunday of April and ends at 02:00 on the last Sunday of October. Voltage Level 110 volts. The socket is flat although the socket is double. There is definitely a need for an adapter if you bring a power tool with you.
Miami's Parks and Islands
Miami is the only city in the country with two national parks. Located on a rare and extraordinary ecosystem of 1.5 million acres, the Everglades National Park hosts a myriad of animal cataclysm. Species such as the American crocodile, the Florida panthers live in this park. Biscayne National Park is a major wonderland of wonders. In this park are emerald islands, coral reefs and aquariums. Miami City Zoo is one of the most important zoos in the country. This is home to a total of 1,300 aquatic animals, such as Asia, Africa, Australia, South and North America. Located in Downtown, Parrot Jungle Island (Parrot Jungle Island) hosts birds and other animal species rarely found anywhere in the world. This tropical island is popular with animals, such as orangutans, crocodiles, tigers, as well as a wide range of activities, shopping and entertainment possibilities.
Places to Visit in Miami
(Little Haiti) Once referred to as Lemon City, the area has been named Little Haiti after Haitian immigrants came and settled here. The shopping center Caribbean Market Place famous for its exotic architecture in the region that carries Caribbean culture and inspired by the American spirit is worth seeing.
Shopping in Miami
Miami offers you unlimited shopping alternatives. Shopping malls, Outlets, boutiques, private stores, markets ... Located on Biscayne Boulevard, 270 stores Aventura Mall, 240 near the airport Dolphin Mall, Outdoor stores and Lincoln Road Mall, With its fashion designs and famous brands, Bal Harbor Shops is a fascinating place for shopping craze. The Saw Grass Mills Outlet is a must-see place where all famous brands are located about 30 miles from Miami.
Attractions in Miami (Miami Beach)
It is a place where people are almost fascinated by the white sandy beaches, the sea of azure and the night clubs with their neon lights fused with their fame. The Palm, Star and Hibiscus men on the western edge of Miami Beach are the small islands where many famous artists live in luxurious homes. In addition, Miami Beach is an ideal place for those who are looking for a holiday or shopping thanks to the shopping malls that you can meet all your needs.
Places to Visit in Miami (Coconut Grove)
This region, which has its own unique color and vitality, is home to various festivals throughout the year. Located in the area, the Miami Museum of Science and Space is a place for those who are curious and knowledgeable. The area where high quality restaurants and bars are located is also famous with two big shopping centers.
Places to Visit in Miami (Coral Gables)
It is also known as City Beautiful by the local people of Coral Gables, which is reminiscent of Venice, with its trees surrounded by trees, parks with beautiful plants and fountain pools. There are many historical buildings preserved in this area. In the region that reflects the Mediterranean breeze, the University of Miami is the oldest university in Miami. The Lowe Art Museum (Lowe Art Museum), located right next to the university, is an invaluable museum exhibiting works by local and foreign artists. The Venetian Pool (Venetian Pool), which reflects the characteristics of Mediterranean architecture, the Biltmore Hotel and the Douglas Road Entrance are other places worth seeing in the region. Many restaurants that can be considered as first class in terms of food types serve their taste buds if they need their services.
Attractions in Miami (Key Biscayne)
There are two major parks named Crandon Park and Bill Baggs Florida State Recreation Park, where you can cycle and nature tours, as well as Key Biscayne white sand beaches on the southernmost tip of Miami. There is also the Miami Seaquarium, where you can see different species of fish with the shows of dolphins and killer whales, all of whom have been involved in Crandon Park for over seventy years.