7 Interesting Facts about Miami

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Miami is one of those fascinating places that you must visit at least once in your life. Its majestic weather and miles of beaches make it the second tourist center in the United States, just one step behind New York. This imposing city, also known for its fantastic nightlife, is full of curiosities that you might not imagine. Therefore, below you will find 7 interesting facts about Miami that you probably did not know.

Miami, the City of the United Latin Nations

 

 

As incredible as it may sound, in Miami, the first language is Spanish. And this is something you would only expect in the well-known Calle Ocho, one of the areas with the largest Cuban population in the city. However, the Latino population makes up 68% of the total population of the city.

 

Although Cubans are the majority, it is quite common to hear different accents of Spanish, such as Colombian, Venezuelan, Peruvian, Salvadoran, Chilean, and even Bolivian. Miami is one of the most sought-after destinations for immigrants, to the point that today, it is considered the Hispanic capital of the United States.

 

Both Spanish and English are the official languages of Miami, so if you want to enrich your language or learn Spanish, it is a good place to do it. Although given its tourist level, it is easy to find other languages such as French, Haitian, Portuguese, and German.

 

Miami Has The Oldest Building in The United States

 

The St. Bernard de Clairvaux is located north of Miami Beach. It is a Segovia monastery dating from the 12th century. Although the southern part of the city is the most visited, the northern part has this powerful attraction with great renown and history, especially for lovers of museums and antiques.

 

The most curious thing is that this monastery was brought to the city disassembled, in approximately eleven thousand boxes. Subsequently, it was reassembled some twenty-six years later. The purchase of religious buildings or monuments from France and Spain, was a fashion among American millionaires, back in the twenties.

 

This is how this majestic architectural work ended up in the city of the sun.

 

It Has the First Guitar Hotel in the World

 

 

On your way through Fort Lauderdale and from the road, you will be able to see a giant guitar. It is the first guitar hotel, an architectural and fascinating majesty of the city. The hotel called the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood is just a few minutes from downtown and can be admired from the road. It has a large concert hall with more than 6,500 seats. And yes, it is a favorite destination for music lovers, in addition, you will have at your disposal bars, clubs, swimming pools, a casino, and bungalows with a butler.

 

Miami, the City of Audiovisuals

 

Miami is one of the most sought-after cities when it comes to creating audiovisual content. We are not only talking about basic material made by YouTubers or TikTokers. This city is a great reference for series and movies, great film productions have had the city as part of its scenery and artistic staging.

 

Among the best known are Dexter, CSI Miami, Miami Vice, and The Assassination of Gianni Versace, and renowned films such as James Bond’s Goldfinger, and Crazy Cop Academy 5: Operation Miami Beach. And some novels and Netflix productions whose plot takes place in the city. For this reason, there are tourist areas, full of souvenirs of these movies where visitors can go and take pictures.

 

 

Versace’s Former Home is the Third Most Photographed in the United States.

 

If you stroll along Ocean Drive, you can’t miss the wonderful opportunity to step into the same house that once belonged to the renowned designer Gianni Versace. It is one of the most sought-after tourist destinations for visitors, not only because the well-known designer lived there, but also because he was murdered there on July 15, 1997 right outside the door of this impressive mansion.

 

 

In addition, you have the opportunity to sleep very close to Versace’s house. You can stay at The Villa Casa Casuarina, a breathtaking luxury hotel that will take your breath away, or you can simply visit the house and immortalize wonderful moments with your camera.

 

Its Most Popular Nickname is Magic City

 

This city whose name means “downstream person/people”, is also known for the speed with which it was built. And this nickname with which it is commonly known is not due to the magic as such or anything like that, but to the fact that it became a great city quickly.

 

Miami had a vertiginous growth, going from 300 inhabitants to almost half a million in only fifty years. In addition, it is known for its great development as an urban, financial, and tourist center in the United States.

 

Wynwood Walls is the Largest Street Art Area in the World

 

 

Miami has one of the most fascinating open-air museums of street art and graffiti in the world. Known as the Wynwood Walls, this site is one of the most popular in the city. Here, you can find more than 200 murals filled with the art of the world’s best artists. In addition, the entire area is well known for the majestic murals that are spread throughout the buildings and not just in the museum area.

 

It is easy to get there, either by walking or using public transportation. If you do it from the Design District your tour will be much easier and you will be able to see more places. But in short, you can not miss this wonder that should be part of your tour.

 

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