Miami

Miami is a major city in the south-eastern United States and the second most populous city in Florida. The Miami metropolitan area is the largest in the state with an estimated population of over 6.1 million, which makes it the 7th most populous metro area in the United States.
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Popular Destinations

is just west of the city of Miami in an unincorporated suburban area at 2100 NW 42nd Ave, Miami. Photo: Cacophony, CC BY 2.5.

is a district in Miami, steel-and-glass buildings have sprung up around downtown, the heart of the city. Photo: Dori, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is located just west of . Photo: sjg08, CC BY 2.0.

is in Miami. offers a cosmopolitan village setting where you can indulge with a visit to distinguished art galleries, cutting edge bars and Miami nightclubs. Photo: Piutus, CC BY 2.0.

Notable Places in the Area

Stadium
The is a sports and entertainment arena located in Miami, , along . Photo: Jjron, GFDL.

Museum
The —officially known as the Jorge M. Photo: B137, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Tourist attraction
The is a building in Miami, , designed by Schultze and Weaver. Photo: Miamitom, CC BY 3.0.

Stadium
is a baseball park located in Miami, . Photo: Roberto Coquis, CC BY 2.0.

Destinations

is a historically African-American neighborhood located just north of downtown Miami and is considered part of Miami's Central District. Photo: Pietro, CC BY-SA 3.0.

The Miami is a small neighborhood in Miami about two miles north of Downtown, with several blocks of filled with furniture showrooms, art galleries, fashion boutiques and hip eateries. Photo: Averette, CC BY 3.0.

is in Miami, running along Biscayne Boulevard from 50th Terrace up to 77th street.

Localities in the Area

is a district in from South Pointe Park to around 23rd Street. Photo: Hubo, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is a city in . This small barrier island near Miami was originally cleared of mangroves in the late 1800s to make way for a coconut farm, and was later incorporated as a city by real estate developers in 1915. Photo: Armigo, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Neighborhood
, is a neighborhood of Miami, , . Photo: Averette, CC BY 3.0.

Miami

Latitude
25.7748° or 25° 46' 29.1" north
Longitude
-80.1894° or 80° 11' 21.9" west
Open Location Code
76QXQRF6+W6
Population
404,000
IATA airport code
MIA
United Nations Location Code
US MIA
Elevation
7 feet (2 metres)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 154158458
Geo­Names ID
4164138
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Also Known As

  • Afar: Mayami
  • Afrikaans: Miami
  • Albanian: Majami
  • Albanian: Miami
  • Amharic: ሚያሚ
  • Amharic: ማያሚ
  • Arabic: Miami
  • Arabic: ميامي
  • Aragonese: Miami
  • Armenian: Մայամի
  • Asturian: Miami, Florida
  • Asturian: Miami
  • Aymara: Miami
  • Azerbaijani: Mayami
  • Bambara: Miami
  • Basque: Miami
  • Bavarian: Miami
  • Belarusian: Маямі
  • Bengali: মায়ামি
  • Bosnian: Miami
  • Breton: Miami
  • Bulgarian: Маями
  • Burmese: မိုင်ယာမီမြို့
  • Catalan: Miami
  • Cebuano: Miami (kapital sa kondado sa Estados Unidos, Florida)
  • Cebuano: Miami
  • Chavacano: Miami
  • Chechen: Майами
  • Chinese: Miami
  • Chinese: 迈阿密/邁阿密
  • Chinese: 迈阿密
  • Chinese: 邁亞美
  • Chinese: 邁阿密
  • Chuvash: Майами
  • Cornish: Miami, Florida
  • Corsican: Miami
  • Crimean Tatar: Mayami
  • Croatian: Miami, Florida
  • Croatian: Miami
  • Czech: Miami
  • Danish: Miami
  • Dimli (individual language): Miami
  • Dutch: Miami
  • Egyptian Arabic: مايامى
  • English: City of Miami
  • Esperanto: Miamo
  • Estonian: Miami
  • Faroese: Miami
  • Finnish: Miami
  • French: Miami
  • Galician: Miami, Florida
  • Galician: Miami
  • Gan Chinese: 邁阿密 (佛羅裡達州)
  • Gan Chinese: 邁阿密
  • Georgian: მაიამი
  • German: Miami
  • Greek: Μαϊάμι
  • Gujarati: માયામિ
  • Gujarati: મિયામી
  • Haitian: Miami, Florid
  • Haitian: Miyami
  • Hausa: Miami
  • Hebrew: מיאמי
  • Hindi: मियामी
  • Hungarian: Miami
  • Icelandic: Miami
  • Ido: Miami
  • Indonesian: Miami
  • Interlingua (International Auxiliary Language Association): Miami, Florida
  • Interlingue: Miami
  • Inuktitut: ᒣᐋᒦ
  • Irish: Miami, Florida
  • Irish: Miami
  • Italian: Miami
  • Japanese: マイアミ
  • Kannada: ಮಿಯಾಮಿ
  • Kara-Kalpak: Mayami
  • Kazakh: Майами
  • Kazakh: Майами қаласы
  • Kikuyu: Miami
  • Kirghiz: Майами
  • Korean: 마이애미
  • Kurdish: Miami
  • Ladino: Miami
  • Latin: Miamia
  • Latvian: Maiami
  • Limburgan: Miami
  • Lingala: Miami
  • Lithuanian: Majamis
  • Lombard: Miami, Florida
  • Luxembourgish: Miami
  • Macedonian: Мајами
  • Malagasy: Miami
  • Malay: Miami
  • Malayalam: മയാമി
  • Manx: Miami
  • Maori: Miami, Florida
  • Marathi: मायामी
  • Min Dong Chinese: Miami
  • Min Nan Chinese: Miami
  • Mingrelian: მაიამი
  • Mongolian: Майами
  • Nauru: Miami
  • Nepali: माईयामी
  • Nepali: मायामी, फ्लोरिडा
  • Newari: मायामी
  • Northern Frisian: Miami
  • Norwegian: Miami
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Miami
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Miami
  • Occitan (post 1500): Miami
  • Old English (ca. 450-1100): Miami
  • Ossetian: Майами
  • Pampanga: Miami, Florida
  • Papiamento: Miami
  • Pennsylvania German: Miami
  • Persian: میامی
  • Persian: میامی، فلوریدا
  • Piemontese: Miami
  • Polish: Miami
  • Portuguese: Miami
  • Quechua: Maimi
  • Quechua: Miami
  • Romanian: Miami
  • Russian: Майами
  • Sardinian: Miami
  • Scots: Miami
  • Scottish Gaelic: Miami, Florida
  • Scottish Gaelic: Miami
  • Serbian: Мајами
  • Serbo-Croatian: Miami
  • Sicilian: Miami
  • Silesian: Miami
  • Sindhi: ميامي
  • Sinhala: මියාමි
  • Slovak: Miami
  • Slovenian: Miami
  • Somali: Miami
  • South Azerbaijani: میامی
  • South Azerbaijani: میامی، فلوریدا
  • Spanish: Miami
  • Sranan Tongo: Miami
  • Swahili: Miami
  • Swedish: Miami
  • Tagalog: Miami, Florida
  • Tagalog: Miami
  • Tahitian: Miami
  • Tajik: Майами
  • Tamil: மயாமி
  • Tatar: Маями
  • Telugu: మయామి
  • Tetum: Miami
  • Thai: ไมแอมี
  • Turkish: Miami, Florida
  • Turkish: Miami
  • Turkmen: Maýami
  • Twi: Miami
  • Udmurt: Майами
  • Uighur: Miami
  • Ukrainian: Маямі
  • Urdu: میامی
  • Uzbek: Mayami
  • Venetian: Miami
  • Veps: Majami
  • Vietnamese: Miami
  • Vlax Romani: Miami
  • Volapük: Miami
  • Waray (Philippines): Miami
  • Welsh: Miami
  • Western Armenian: Մայամի
  • Western Frisian: Miami
  • Western Mari: Майами
  • Western Panjabi: میامی
  • Wu Chinese: 迈阿密
  • Yakut: Майами
  • Yiddish: מיאמי
  • Yoruba: Miami
  • Yue Chinese: 邁亞美
  • Zulu: Miami, Florida
  • Zulu: Miami
  • مەیامی

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