Miami, Florida

Miami, Florida

*flagicon|Colombia Bogotá, Colombia "since 1971"
*flagicon|Argentina Buenos Aires, Argentina "1979"
*flagicon|Japan Kagoshima, Japan "1990"
*flagicon|Peru Lima, Peru "1977"
*flagicon|Spain Madrid, Spain "1997"
*flagicon|France Nice, FranceFact|date=June 2008
*flagicon|Haiti Port-au-Prince, Haiti "1991"
*flagicon|China Qingdao, China "2005"
*flagicon|Chile Santiago, Chile "1986"
*flagicon|Brazil Salvador, Brazil "2006"
*flagicon|Dominican Republic Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic "1987"
*flagicon|Bulgaria Varna, Bulgaria [cite web |url= |title=Online Directory: Florida, USA |accessdate=2008-07-25 |work= |publisher=Sister Cities International |date= ]

ee also

*List of mayors of Miami
*Government of the City of Miami
*Miami Police Department
*Neighborhoods of Miami
*List of tallest buildings in Miami
*List of people from Miami


External links

* [ City of Miami - Official Site]
* [ City of Miami Government]
* [ Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau]
* [ "Miami Times"] newspaper that serves Miami, Florida is available in full-text with images in [ Florida Digital Newspaper Library]
* [ U.S. Census Bureau - Census 2000 Demographic Profile Highlights for City of Miami]


*Jeff, Ripple (1995). "The Florida Keys: the Natural Wonders of an Island Paradise", Photographs by Bill Keogh, Stillwater, Minnesota: Voyageur Press. ISBN.

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