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Miami is on the south-eastern part of Florida on the Atlantic coast. It is the 42nd largest city with a population of just under half a million, but the area surrounding it makes it the 8th most populated U.S. City with a population of around 5 and a half million.

Miami is a major centre of culture, media, the arts and finance. It was ranked 7th best city in the United States and 33rd in World. It is America’s cleanest city known for its clean air, green spaces, clean streets and attention to recycling. It’s ranked as the richest in the Unites States and the 5th richest in terms of purchasing power in the World.

Its nickname is the ‘Capital of Latin America’, as it has a Spanish speaking majority and huge links to Cuba.

The largest amount of international banks in the US are found here in Miami. The port of Miami is known as ‘the Cruise Capital of the World.’ as it can harbour the world’s largest cruise ships.

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The idea of the city of Miami, was dreamed up by Julia Tuttle, which makes it the only major city created by a woman. She convinced the rail road tycoon, Henry Flagler to extend the Florida East Coast Railway to the region and once this was complete Miami was named a city with a population of just 300.

The name Miami comes from the word Mayaimi, the old name of the nearby Lake Okeechobee. The area was originally known as ‘Biscayne Bay Country’ and was a prime spot for buildings.

The area of Miami has been inhabited for thousands of years, by indigenous tribes with the Tequesta’s being the most numerous. In 1566, the Spanish claimed the area and a Spanish mission was built a year later. For the next 250 years Florida swapped hands between the warring British and Spanish empires, until finally in 1821, Miami became part of the United States.

In 1895 The Great Freeze took place, destroying neighbouring crops but leaving Miami’s intact. The city grew from here and by 1896 the population of Miami was 1000 and by 2006 it had risen to over 5 and a half million.