Miami is famous for its best beaches, nightlife, art-deco buildings, colorful neighborhood, and Cuban vibes, and so receive millions of tourist every year. There is something special about Miami, so read some unique, unusual, and interesting facts about Miami in this article.
Facts About Miami (Best Miami Facts and Information)
- Julia Tuttle is known as the “Mother of Miami,” which means woman founded this city.
- The nickname of Miami is “Magic City.“
- Miami gets its name from one of the tribes named Mayaimi that lived here.
- Miami has the most extensive & beautiful collection of Art Deco buildings.
- In ancient times, Miami was very popular amongst pirates as they used to bury their treasures here.
- 60% of Miami’s population speaks Spanish though Miami’s official language is English.
- Miami is the warmest location in the U.S. in winter, so it is believed that sunscreen lotions or creams were invented in Miami.
- Miami has the largest cruise ship port in the world.
- The first Burger King opened in Miami.
- Miami is the second wealthiest city in the U.S. and the third richest globally in purchasing capacity.
- Miami Beach is the most famous tourist area in Miami.
- According to Times Out annual City survey, Miami is number one in the USA and number three in the world for best nightlife.
- Miami is also known as the Healthiest City in America.
- Miami is the second least affordable place to live in the U.S.
- Zoo Miami is the largest zoo in Florida and the fifth in the United States.
- Key Biscayne is one of Miami’s most luxurious and private areas. It is the safest and most family-friendly area of Miami.
- Miami was incorporated in 1896 with 444 citizens.
- Coconut Grove is the oldest continuously inhabited neighborhood of Miami.
- Miami welcomes over 14 million tourists per year.
- Miami is man-made land that was built on a mangrove swamp.
- Miami is the only city in the U.S. surrounded by two national parks – Biscayne National Park and the Everglades National Park.
- There are more than 50 shipwrecks under Miami’s water, also known as “Wreckcreational place.” It is also a diver’s paradise to spot wrecked ships underwater.
- Miami has the largest concentration of international banks in the U.S.
- 70% of the population of Miami is Hispanic.
- Miami, in the USA, has the most prominent Cuban community. You can find the best Cuban food in the USA in Little Havana, Miami. Little Havana is the colorful Cuban neighborhood of Miami.
- Miami also has a beautiful Haiti neighborhood named Little Haiti. It is famous for its quirky cafes and its beautiful cultural district. Now you can understand how Miami is a cultural melting pot of the USA, with various ethnicities living together.
- Miami is excellent for agriculture due to its tropical climate.
- Miami has fantastic street art in the U.S. It tops the list of the maximum number of street art in the USA.
- Due to the strategic location of Miami in the USA, Miami played a significant role in the battle against German submarines during WWII.
- As you all know, Florida is the best place to retire, so in Miami, 16% of the population is over 65 years of age.
- The most famous 90’s TV series, “Baywatch,” was filmed in Miami and shifted to Malibu, California.
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