Miami's widely regarded as one of the capitals of the Caribbean: not in a geopolitical sense, of course, but certainly a cultural one. A wander through Little Haiti demonstrates the city's intrinsic West Indian connection while serving up delight after delight for the eyeballs and the tastebuds. The longtime heartland of Miami's Haitian-American population, the neighborhood is celebrated for its colorful architecture and Haitian shops, eateries, and cultural centers.
Don't miss the Haitian Heritage Museum, the bronze of Haitian Revolution leader Toussaint L'Ouverture, or a little culinary tourism at any one of Little Haiti's restaurants.
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