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The Ten Best Things to Do in North Miami

With its charming mid-century arts district, sprawling natural reserves, and cultural cachet, North Miami is one of Miami-Dade's most underrated neighborhoods. One of the last U.S. areas to be inhabited by Native Americans, U.S. soldiers chopped the area's thick mangrove forests to create one of Miami's first roadways in 1856...
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