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Top 10 Miami and the Keys by Jeffrey Kennedy

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Downtown and Little Havana

A little rundown, this part of Miami is a foreign land for many visitors, but – if you are willing to make the cultural adjustment – it is a fascinating land. Here along the Miami River is where it all started in the late 1800s, but it took the arrival of Cuban exiles from the 1950s on for Miami to come into its own as a world player. On these bustling streets, you will see that the influx from countries to the south has yet to abate and that the Latino influence in Miami continues to grow.

1. Miami-Dade Cultural Center

Designed by the celebrated American architect Philip Johnson in 1982, the Mediterranean-style complex, ...

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