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Step back in time to an era of grand celebrations, manicured grounds with picturesque gardens, and 16th Century French Mediterranean A South Florida mainstay for over 90 years, Hialeah Park has acres of lush landscape and historic architecture.
Hialeahcity, Miami-Dade county, southeastern FloridaU. It lies on the Miami Canal, just northwest of Miami.
The area was originally inhabited by Tequesta and later by Seminole Indians. It grew slowly until World War II brought industrial development to the region.
Hialeah serves mainly as a residential suburb of Miami, and its population is predominantly Hispanic. Florida National College is in the city.
The Hialeah Park horse-racing track opened became famous for its elaborate landscaping and flamingos. Everglades National Park is about 15 miles 25 km southwest of the city.
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