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Bright lights on Miami's Ocean Drive. This street, in the South Beach neighborhood of Miami Beach, is known for its high concentration of preserved Art Deco architecture, more than 800 buildings in all.  
Credit: Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau 
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The MacArthur Causeway and downtown Miami. The causeway traverses Biscayne Bay, connecting downtown Miami to Miami Beach. It's also the only road that accesses Star Island, Palm Island, and Hibiscus Island, neighborhoods that are otherwise surrounded by water.  
Credit: Corbis 
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The Miami skyline has changed considerably in the past decade, as the city witnessed its biggest construction boom since the 1920s.  
Credit: Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau 
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Sunrise on Miami Beach. Though Miami Beach, including North Beach and the famous nightlife district South Beach, is usually referred to as Miami, it's actually a distinct municipality, separated from the city of Miami by Biscayne Bay.  
Credit: Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau 
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The Beacon Hotel, built in 1937, is just one of South Beach's 800 Art Deco buildings. South Beach has more preserved Art Deco architecture than anywhere in the world, and is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.  
Credit: Wikimedia 
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Art Deco architecture in Miami's South Beach  
Credit: Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau 
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Sunset over Adams Key in Biscayne National Park. The park, which is 95 percent water, was created to preserve Biscayne Bay.  
Credit: National Park Service 
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A diver in Biscayne National Park. Teeming with aquatic life, Biscayne Bay is one of the top scuba diving destinations in the U.S.  
Credit: National Park Service 
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A lifeguard stand at Lummus Park in Miami Beach. Lummus Park, with its 20-foot-wide sidewalks and proximity to historic Art Deco architecture, was the center of the 1980s revival of South Beach. The neighborhood, which had fallen into disrepair, is now one of Miami's most popular destinations for both tourists and locals.  
Credit: Chen Si Yuan/Wikimedia 
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One of Miami's largest parks, South Pointe Park is located at the southern tip of South Beach and offers great views of the Atlantic Ocean to the east and Biscayne Bay and downtown Miami to the west.  
Credit: Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau 
 
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