Posts Tagged ‘history’

Huntington Building / Consolidated Bank Building

Friday, January 2nd, 2015

Huntington Building / Consolidated Bank Building 168 S.E. 1 Street Miami, Florida   Miami is a very interesting city in the U.S. aside from being a top tourist destination and multicultural identity, it has an inclined development of commerce and trade. Looking back at history, the city has been the eye of many real estate […]

Miccosukee Indian Village

Friday, September 26th, 2014

Miccosukee Indian Village Mile Marker 70, US Highway 41 Tamiami Trail, Miami, FL 33144 Miami has been a land of various cultures and races thus, Miami portrays a colorful image of tradition. The Miccosukee Tribe, who finds their home in the land of Florida. Read more of their history in Miami through this link. Their […]

Jewish Museum of Florida – FIU

Friday, September 19th, 2014

Jewish Museum of Florida – FIU 301 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida 33139   Miami is a multicultural community and one of the larger segment of the community is the Jewish community who first settled in Florida in 1963. It has greatly influenced the face of Florida history. A better way to learn about this […]

Ancient Spanish Monastery – Church of St. Bernard de Clairvaux

Monday, June 2nd, 2014

Ancient Spanish Monastery – Church of St. Bernard de Clairvaux 16711 West Dixie Highway North Miami Beach, FL 33160 Within the busy streets of Miami is a precious jewel of the city with the a serene, solemn and spiritual scene. The Ancient Spanish Monastery is a prized treasure of the city and South Florida as […]

Historic Miami River Cruise

Wednesday, May 28th, 2014

Historic Miami River Cruise “The man who has no sense of history is like a man who has no ears or eyes” – Adolf Hitler History takes an important place in the current situation of a certain community. From the history of Miami as it is today is progressive and is further developing. Take a […]

Holocaust Memorial Miami Beach of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation

Friday, January 10th, 2014

The Holocaust Memorial Miami Beach of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation   South Florida is a home to many Jews and WWII holocaust survivors. These survivors joined together to develop a memorial to the millions of Jews who died in the hands of the Nazis. The development of the memorial is a struggle because of […]

Miami Culinary Tour

Friday, December 6th, 2013

Miami Culinary Tour   Try this one of a kind tour around Miami. Get to know the Miami Culinary Tour as they take tourism to the next level through the taste of Miami culinary along with a tour to Miami’s historic community. Foodies and historians in one package is a blast because they will take […]

“The City Beautiful” – City of Coral Gables

Monday, November 18th, 2013

“The City Beautiful” – City of Coral Gables   “The Building of Coral Gables has not been a thing of the moment, but a wonderful monument that will as solidly endure as does the everlasting coral upon which it is founded.” – George Merrick, 1926 George Merrick, the father of the City of Coral Gables, sees […]

Bass Museum of Art Miami

Friday, October 4th, 2013

Bass Museum of Art Miami   Exploration of Miami through history and art aspires John and Johanna Bass to establish a house of art collections. Bass Museum of Art was founded in the year 1963 at 2100 Collins Ave, Miami Beach with 500 collections primarily from European Old Master paintings and other important textiles and […]

Arch Creek Park Miami

Friday, September 20th, 2013

Arch Creek Park Miami 1855 NE 135th St, Miami, FL 33181 (305) 944-6111 “A small park with a large and significant history” (http://www.miamidade.gov ) Arch Creek Park Miami is believed to be one of the six camping sites in Miami-Dade built by the Tequesta Indians which was later occupied by the Seminoles. The park is […]