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Miami City Hall, Miami

Categories: Government Buildings, Tourist Spots
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3.8/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web
Miami City Hall is the local government headquarters for the City of Miami, Florida. It is located in the former Pan American Terminal Building on Dinner Key, which was constructed in 1934 for the former International Pan American Airport. The old Pan American Airlines terminal building has served as the Miami City Hall since 1954. An earlier city hall, located elsewhere, designed by Walter De Garmo was demolished. The terminal building/city hall was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places on February 20, 1975.Pan Am's final flight to Dinner Key took place August 9, 1945 as seaplane use decreased with the construction of landing fields (airports) in Latin America.
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  • Dinner Key is a pretty place to visit and this building which was the former Pan American terminal is very nostalgic and symbolic of the Old Miami. 
  • The old building, Interior in art deco style, was built in 1930, renovated. Once upon a time there was a town, now also used public services for meetings. Entered in the national register of historic places in Florida.
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  • In 1931 Dinner Key served as base of operations for Pan American Airway’s famed “Flying Clipper” fleet and was the largest most modern sea plane terminal in the country. The three large hangars were w...  read more »
  • Five Stars. It cant get any more powerful than that. God bless yall!
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