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Home of the first African-American millionaire in Miami.
Home of the first African-American millionaire in Miami. It is a private home, so don't expect to get a tour of the place.
250 Northwest 9th Street
Built by Geder Walker, this theater was opened in 1913 and was a major African-American entertainment destination until the 1960s
The famous beachfront park of South Beach located along all the party destinations on Ocean Drive
Known as the museum district which includes the Miami City ballet building, the Bass Museum, Miami Beach Regional Library and Collins Park
This park has two amphitheaters (one large and a one smaller) and hosts live performances
Great place for children to 'Play, Learn, Imagine, Create'
Take a closer look at tropical birds here
A small park at the intersection of Calle Ocho and SW 15th Ave, named in honor of Maximo Gomez, the commander of the Cuban troops during its War of Independence in the late 19th century
A prominent Art Deco landmark on Calle Ocho, airing movies subtitled in Spanish
The median along this boulevard is home to many statues and monuments, including an eternal flame burning in memory of the Bay of Pigs Invasion in 1961, a statue commemorating Bay of Pigs brigade member Nestor 'Tony' Izquierdo, a large relief map of Cuba with a quote by Cuban independence leader José Martí, and many others
The home where Elian Gonzalez lived during his short stay in the US, while his custody battle raged on