Art Deco District -History, in colour
The hotspot of all things good and sin, Miami houses the Art Deco Street, along with iconic places like its beach fronts. Finding a place to stay at one South Beach Miami Hotel isn’t hard as there are many hotels that have created names for themselves in the historic drive, and an example of such a hotel on the beach front is the COMO Metropolitan Miami Beach. This city has been the background of many famous movies, like Scarface and Marley and Me and is certainly a place of nostalgia as every corner will take you back to Hollywood scenes and history.
The Art Deco District has been renovated many times over the years, but the neon display signs and awnings have not been changed at all. The authenticity of the district has been strictly kept alive while moving forward into the future. The pastel coloured, futuristic designs of the early 80s can be seen in the architecture of the buildings.
Walking through the District
More than 800 buildings that were built during the 1920s, 30s, and 40s can be viewed throughout the area, and imagine this, they were before the World War II. If you are someone who likes to imagine what life would be like if you were born in the old ages, taking a walk down this district might help you. You can feel an overwhelming vibe within the walls of every building, of voices and joy and chatter of days long gone.
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