The world-famous Art Deco District is the largest collection of Art Deco architecture in the world. It consists of hotels, apartments and other buildings erected in 1923-1943. In the District you will find Art Deco style, Streamline Moderne style and Mediterranean style. In 1979 Art Deco District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
In the north of the Art Deco District, you will find Collins Avenue with renowned nightclubs, designer boutiques and posh hotels. Another notable landmark of this area is the amazing Miami Beach Convention Center. The renovated Lincoln Road is a popular entertainment and cultural destination: there is the South Florida Arts Center, Mayfair Fine Art, Colony Theater, Barbara Scott Gallery, World Resources Gallery and the offices of MTV Latino and Sony Latin America.
At South Pointe Park, the southern part of Miami Beach, you can watch large cruise ships making their way out to sea. Another place for boat watching is the International Yacht Harbor, one of the main ports in South Florida.
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