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Because it is a gateway to Latin and South America. We have one of the highest Hispanic populations in the country, and direct access to many of the major cities (Rio de Janiero, Buenos Aires, Mexico City, Caracas, etc). Our year round warm weather is attractive to tourists worldwide, and we are also a huge hub for many Fortune 500 companies.DHL has its North American headquarters a few minutes north in Plantation, American Airlines has a mega-hub at Miami International Airport, Telemundo TV is headquartered in Miramar, MTV Latin America has it's primary offices in Miami, and, as I just found out, Nokia has it's Latin American headquarters in Miami.
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Yes...over 67% of the city talks spanish, and 40% of Hispanics in the city of Miami talk only spanish
ha hahahahaha we don't know loser Miami Gardens, FL is an incorporated city within Miami-Dade County, FL.; on the southwestern boundary of Miami Gardens, FL is the Town of Mia…mi Lakes, FL, and on the central eastern boundary is the City of North Miami Beach, FL. In total there are thirty-five municipalities in Miami-Dade County, FL.
MapQuest gives the driving time as 9 hours and 7 minutes.
It is 34.61 miles according to MapQuest.
Miami is not the capital city but it is the most populous city. The capital of Florida is Tallahassee.
It is 599.07 miles, but feel free to call it about 600 miles.
27 miles down U.S. 1 SOUTH.
The driving distance between Miami, FL and Florida City, FL is approximately 34 miles. The driving time would be approximately 40 minutes if you were to travel non-stop in goo…d driving conditions. (The driving time does not take into consideration conditions which may extend trip time such as weather, road work, border crossings and rush hour traffic in urban areas.)
It is 34.42 miles according to MapQuest.
Yes, it is located near the ocean.
It is 377.44 miles according to MapQuest.
The Great Miami Hurricane of 1926.
101 miles taking Florida's TURNPIKE (toll) SOUTH (recommended) or I-95 SOUTH (alternative).