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Mildred and Claude Pepper Fountain, beautiful photographed by @jeremieandre_fr named after the late U.S. congressman and his wife, is bone dry. Not a trickle, not a drop of water emerges from the pipes. No torrents sluice down the sides and into the 170-foot wide basin. Nothing spouts from the 36 jets that could be set to spray in different patterns.⛲️ The @cityofmiami abandoned what was a beautiful landmark evocative of our subtropical waterworld. When the fountain opened in 1990, the $3 million crown jewel of the dilapidated park’s $20 million renovation, people would stand around it joyfully, listen to the soothing flow, and let the cooling mist float onto their skin. Credit @miamiherald
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Mildred and Claude Pepper Fountain, beautiful photographed by @jeremieandre_fr named after the late U.S. congressman and his wife, is bone dry. Not a trickle, not a drop of water emerges from the pipes. No torrents sluice down the sides and into the 170-foot wide basin. Nothing spouts from the 36 jets that could be set to spray in different patterns.⛲️ The @cityofmiami abandoned what was a beautiful landmark evocative of our subtropical waterworld. When the fountain opened in 1990, the $3 million crown jewel of the dilapidated park’s $20 million renovation, people would stand around it joyfully, listen to the soothing flow, and let the cooling mist float onto their skin. Credit @miamiherald

Yesterday
@miami beautifully captured by @1005photography #ThisIsMiami always something new to discover, taste and experience. @topmiamirealestate @topmiamiresto @topmiamihotels @topmiamishops @topmiamievents @topmiamirealestate
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@miami beautifully captured by @1005photography #ThisIsMiami always something new to discover, taste and experience. @topmiamirealestate @topmiamiresto @topmiamihotels @topmiamishops @topmiamievents @topmiamirealestate

2 days ago
Follow @topmiamirealestate for the best places to find your dream 🏡 #miami 🚁 View of @fisherislandclub beautifully captured by @titoheli #ThisIsMiami always something new to discover, taste and experience. @topmiamirealestate @topmiamiresto @topmiamihotels @topmiamishops @topmiamievents @miami
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Follow @topmiamirealestate for the best places to find your dream 🏡 #miami 🚁 View of @fisherislandclub beautifully captured by @titoheli #ThisIsMiami always something new to discover, taste and experience. @topmiamirealestate @topmiamiresto @topmiamihotels @topmiamishops @topmiamievents @miami

4 days ago
@miami weekend approach beautifully captured by @photashot #ThisIsMiami always something new to discover, taste and experience. #miami @topmiamirealestate @topmiamiresto @topmiamihotels @topmiamishops @topmiamievents
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@miami weekend approach beautifully captured by @photashot #ThisIsMiami always something new to discover, taste and experience. #miami @topmiamirealestate @topmiamiresto @topmiamihotels @topmiamishops @topmiamievents

6 days ago
@miami beautifully captured on Interstate-95 by @flashingrayz #ThisIsMiami always something new to discover, taste and experience. @topmiamirealestate @topmiamiresto @topmiamihotels @topmiamishops @topmiamievents
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@miami beautifully captured on Interstate-95 by @flashingrayz #ThisIsMiami always something new to discover, taste and experience. @topmiamirealestate @topmiamiresto @topmiamihotels @topmiamishops @topmiamievents

6 days ago
Follow @topmiamihotels for the best places to stay in #miami 🚁 Beautiful view of @cityofsib shot by @titoheli #ThisIsMiami always something new to discover, taste and experience.
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Follow @topmiamihotels for the best places to stay in #miami 🚁 Beautiful view of @cityofsib shot by @titoheli #ThisIsMiami always something new to discover, taste and experience.

2 weeks ago
🇺🇸Happy Fourth of July 🎉 @miami #ThisIsMiami always something new to discover, taste and experience. @topmiamirealestate @topmiamiresto @topmiamihotels @topmiamishops @topmiamievents
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🇺🇸Happy Fourth of July 🎉 @miami #ThisIsMiami always something new to discover, taste and experience. @topmiamirealestate @topmiamiresto @topmiamihotels @topmiamishops @topmiamievents

2 weeks ago
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@miami beaches beautifully captured from above by @jasonmac7 #ThisIsMiami always something new to discover, taste and experience. @topmiamirealestate @topmiamiresto @topmiamihotels @topmiamishops @topmiamievents
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@miami beaches beautifully captured from above by @jasonmac7 #ThisIsMiami always something new to discover, taste and experience. @topmiamirealestate @topmiamiresto @topmiamihotels @topmiamishops @topmiamievents

2 weeks ago
@miami blues beautifully captured by @imagixmiami #ThisIsMiami always something new to discover, taste and experience. @topmiamirealestate @topmiamiresto @topmiamihotels @topmiamishops @topmiamievents
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@miami blues beautifully captured by @imagixmiami #ThisIsMiami always something new to discover, taste and experience. @topmiamirealestate @topmiamiresto @topmiamihotels @topmiamishops @topmiamievents

3 weeks ago
@miami Riverwalk beautifully captured by @rivera_fotografi #ThisIsMiami always something new to discover, taste and experience. @topmiamirealestate @topmiamiresto @topmiamihotels @topmiamishops @topmiamievents
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@miami Riverwalk beautifully captured by @rivera_fotografi #ThisIsMiami always something new to discover, taste and experience. @topmiamirealestate @topmiamiresto @topmiamihotels @topmiamishops @topmiamievents

3 weeks ago
@miami beautifully captured by @knooss #ThisIsMiami always something new to discover, taste and experience. @topmiamirealestate @topmiamiresto @topmiamihotels @topmiamishops @topmiamievents
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@miami beautifully captured by @knooss #ThisIsMiami always something new to discover, taste and experience. @topmiamirealestate @topmiamiresto @topmiamihotels @topmiamishops @topmiamievents

3 weeks ago
Weekend vibes☀️ @miami beautifully captured from above vía drone by @josealexise #ThisIsMiami always something new to discover, taste and experience. @topmiamirealestate @topmiamiresto @topmiamihotels @topmiamishops @topmiamievents
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Weekend vibes☀️ @miami beautifully captured from above vía drone by @josealexise #ThisIsMiami always something new to discover, taste and experience. @topmiamirealestate @topmiamiresto @topmiamihotels @topmiamishops @topmiamievents

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☀️ Sunday Funday @miami south beach beautifully captured from above by @jeremieandre_fr #ThisIsMiami always something new to discover, taste and experience. @topmiamirealestate @topmiamiresto @topmiamihotels @topmiamishops @topmiamievents
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☀️ Sunday Funday @miami south beach beautifully captured from above by @jeremieandre_fr #ThisIsMiami always something new to discover, taste and experience. @topmiamirealestate @topmiamiresto @topmiamihotels @topmiamishops @topmiamievents

last month
@miami beautifully captured from above vía drone by @legendaryalex #ThisIsMiami always something new to discover, taste and experience. @topmiamirealestate @topmiamiresto @topmiamihotels @topmiamishops @topmiamievents
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@miami beautifully captured from above vía drone by @legendaryalex #ThisIsMiami always something new to discover, taste and experience. @topmiamirealestate @topmiamiresto @topmiamihotels @topmiamishops @topmiamievents

last month
Memorial Day is meant to be one of the most solemn American holidays.First known as "Decoration Day," it began three years after the end of the Civil War, when a former Union general called for a way to remember fallen service members. For decades, Americans marked the holiday on May 30. In 1971, the federal government officially designated the last Monday in May as Memorial Day.Here are ways you can honor those who have given their lives for this country:Pause at 3 p.m. ...Watch the National Memorial Day Concert. ...Display the U.S. flag. ...Visit a national cemetery or memorial. ...Attend a parade. ...Commit your time. ...Make a financial donation. ...Pray for the fallen and our nation.
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Memorial Day is meant to be one of the most solemn American holidays. First known as "Decoration Day," it began three years after the end of the Civil War, when a former Union general called for a way to remember fallen service members. For decades, Americans marked the holiday on May 30. In 1971, the federal government officially designated the last Monday in May as Memorial Day. Here are ways you can honor those who have given their lives for this country: Pause at 3 p.m. ... Watch the National Memorial Day Concert. ... Display the U.S. flag. ... Visit a national cemetery or memorial. ... Attend a parade. ... Commit your time. ... Make a financial donation. ... Pray for the fallen and our nation.

last month
Memorial Day @miami weekend is here and that means the crowds are descending upon Miami Beach in huge numbers and many of them are taking part in the National Salute To America’s Heroes, high above the skies of South Beach.The event’s website proudly proclaims the event as an “impressive aerial show of America’s military might”. This year’s show includes a display by the elite U.S. Navy @usnavyblueangels flight demonstration team, the Blue Angels. The military-themed bash will also feature a U.S. Army Golden Knights parachute jump, Stealth Bombers, Lancer Bombers, HH60 Helicopters, Fighting Falcons, a motocross demo and a fireworks finale.The sea events, which include offshore powerboat racing and extreme watersports demos, take place each day from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m., when the air events begin and run until 4:30 p.m.There’s a ‘Music Explosion’ concert on Sunday, after the air events end. The concert starts at 4:30 p.m. with performances by Young Musicians Unite, and the U.S. Army Marching Band and U.S. Air Force Honor Guard Drill Team and Max Impact Band. The featured headliner is Miami native Flo Rida @official_flo at 8:00 p.m.This event is open to the public, with the best viewing area is the beach between 10th and 14th Streets. Beautifully photographed by @visuals.by.luis
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Memorial Day @miami weekend is here and that means the crowds are descending upon Miami Beach in huge numbers and many of them are taking part in the National Salute To America’s Heroes, high above the skies of South Beach. The event’s website proudly proclaims the event as an “impressive aerial show of America’s military might”. This year’s show includes a display by the elite U.S. Navy @usnavyblueangels flight demonstration team, the Blue Angels. The military-themed bash will also feature a U.S. Army Golden Knights parachute jump, Stealth Bombers, Lancer Bombers, HH60 Helicopters, Fighting Falcons, a motocross demo and a fireworks finale. The sea events, which include offshore powerboat racing and extreme watersports demos, take place each day from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m., when the air events begin and run until 4:30 p.m. There’s a ‘Music Explosion’ concert on Sunday, after the air events end. The concert starts at 4:30 p.m. with performances by Young Musicians Unite, and the U.S. Army Marching Band and U.S. Air Force Honor Guard Drill Team and Max Impact Band. The featured headliner is Miami native Flo Rida @official_flo at 8:00 p.m. This event is open to the public, with the best viewing area is the beach between 10th and 14th Streets. Beautifully photographed by @visuals.by.luis

last month
The story begins in 1896.  This was the year the City of @miami was founded with approximately one-third of the signatures of the city charter being black men (which was no accident considering their predominant role in the early building of the city). Segregation became a day-to-day reality throughout the South.  It was this reality that systematically excluded all people of color from Dade County’s most famous attraction, its miles of beaches.By 1920, as the city grew, many of these beaches were developed into parks and public swimming facilities exclusively for the white population.  D.A. Dorsey, an African American millionaire, purchased what is now known as Fisher Island so that blacks could have a beach of their own.  But due to increasing property taxes, Mr. Dorsey was obligated to sell the property.  As a result, the black community was left without a beach to enjoy.There were unofficial exceptions, areas which by mutual understanding were exclusive to the African American population.  One such place was a very special beach located on Virginia Key, known as “Bears Cut” which at that time could only be reached from Miami by boat.  This property became an official “colored only” recreation site as a direct response to a bold protest, led by the late Judge Thomas.  Under Thomas’ leadership, black men defiantly entered the water with the intention of being arrested at exclusively white Baker’s Haulover Beach in North Dade County.  County authorities however, to avoid costly embarrassment, took no legal action against the protesters.  Instead they acquiesced to the protesters’ demands for an officially designated swimming area for African Americans.  Although only accessible by boat from a downtown dock on the Miami River, “Virginia Beach, a Dade County Park for the exclusive use of Negroes,” was opened on August 1, 1945.Virginia Key Beach quickly became a cherished getaway, social gathering place, and even a sacred site for religious services.The beach included such amenities as large shaded picnic areas with barbecue pits, cottages, a boat ramp and the famous Mini-Train and Carousel rides.  With its lush windswept palms and inviting beach, Virginia
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The story begins in 1896. This was the year the City of @miami was founded with approximately one-third of the signatures of the city charter being black men (which was no accident considering their predominant role in the early building of the city). Segregation became a day-to-day reality throughout the South. It was this reality that systematically excluded all people of color from Dade County’s most famous attraction, its miles of beaches. By 1920, as the city grew, many of these beaches were developed into parks and public swimming facilities exclusively for the white population. D.A. Dorsey, an African American millionaire, purchased what is now known as Fisher Island so that blacks could have a beach of their own. But due to increasing property taxes, Mr. Dorsey was obligated to sell the property. As a result, the black community was left without a beach to enjoy. There were unofficial exceptions, areas which by mutual understanding were exclusive to the African American population. One such place was a very special beach located on Virginia Key, known as “Bears Cut” which at that time could only be reached from Miami by boat. This property became an official “colored only” recreation site as a direct response to a bold protest, led by the late Judge Thomas. Under Thomas’ leadership, black men defiantly entered the water with the intention of being arrested at exclusively white Baker’s Haulover Beach in North Dade County. County authorities however, to avoid costly embarrassment, took no legal action against the protesters. Instead they acquiesced to the protesters’ demands for an officially designated swimming area for African Americans. Although only accessible by boat from a downtown dock on the Miami River, “Virginia Beach, a Dade County Park for the exclusive use of Negroes,” was opened on August 1, 1945. Virginia Key Beach quickly became a cherished getaway, social gathering place, and even a sacred site for religious services. The beach included such amenities as large shaded picnic areas with barbecue pits, cottages, a boat ramp and the famous Mini-Train and Carousel rides. With its lush windswept palms and inviting beach, Virginia

last month
@miami Tuesday’s toast @topmiamihotels beautifully captured by @meumapamundi 🥂
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@miami Tuesday’s toast @topmiamihotels beautifully captured by @meumapamundi 🥂

last month
Monday mornings @miami beautifully captured by @oasisjae
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Monday mornings @miami beautifully captured by @oasisjae

last month
@miami Paradise on 🌎 beautifully captured by @alexyp_
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@miami Paradise on 🌎 beautifully captured by @alexyp_

May 2019
The MacArthur Causeway beautiful shot by: @kev.explicit 📷 was Designed by Frederic R. Harris and Opened on February 17, 1920; 99 years ago.The highway is the singular roadway connecting the mainland and beaches to Watson Island and the bay neighborhoods of Palm Island, Hibiscus Island, and Star Island. The MacArthur Causeway carries State Road 836 and State Road A1A over the Biscayne Bay via a girder bridge. Interstate 395 ends at Fountain Street, the entrance to Palm Island Park which has a traffic light as well as bus stops.
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The MacArthur Causeway beautiful shot by: @kev.explicit 📷 was Designed by Frederic R. Harris and Opened on February 17, 1920; 99 years ago. The highway is the singular roadway connecting the mainland and beaches to Watson Island and the bay neighborhoods of Palm Island, Hibiscus Island, and Star Island. The MacArthur Causeway carries State Road 836 and State Road A1A over the Biscayne Bay via a girder bridge. Interstate 395 ends at Fountain Street, the entrance to Palm Island Park which has a traffic light as well as bus stops.

May 2019
🏷 all the @miami moms👩‍👧‍👦 out there below and give them a shoutout 💐 Did you know that @miami is the only U.S. city founded by a woman? 😁
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🏷 all the @miami moms👩‍👧‍👦 out there below and give them a shoutout 💐 Did you know that @miami is the only U.S. city founded by a woman? 😁

May 2019
What are you up to this weekend? — Cinco de Mayo festivities are happening all over @miami 🇲🇽 🌮 tag us down below with what’s good 🥳
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What are you up to this weekend? — Cinco de Mayo festivities are happening all over @miami 🇲🇽 🌮 tag us down below with what’s good 🥳

May 2019
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