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Located at the intersection of North East 3rd Street and the Biscayne Boulevard is the Plaza Libertador Simon Bolivar which can be easily spotted when one sees the statue of Simon Bolivar erected at the center of the plaza. Simon Bolivar was a political leader and a military personnel who played a pivotal role in the liberation of Latin America. The plaza is a beautiful open space perfect for evening walks or strolling babies. The area is surrounded by many restaurants and bars and is buzzing throughout the day.
The Flagler Worker's House also known as the Palm Cottage was built in 1897 and is one of the last of its kind to be linked with railroad tycoon Henry M. Flagler and the founder of Palm Beach. It was used as a home for the workers who were building his Royal Palm Hotel. It is also one of the remaining few Folk Victorian style structures in the city. This fine, yellow facade, wooden framed building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1989.
Dedicated to the Latin American political leader and freedom fighter, Simón Bolívar, the statue on Biscayne Boulevard forms a part of the Bayfront Park. Bolivar played a pivotal role in Latin America's struggle for independence from her Spanish rulers. The bronze statue was a gift from the Government of Venezuela, that was stored in a warehouse for a couple of years before being unveiled and dedicated in 1984. Towering a little more than 8 feet (2.43 meters) high, the statue stands for friendship, peace and harmony between the United States and the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.
Crossing over the Miami River, this bridge connects the heart of Downtown Miami to the urban Brickell neighborhood. The bridge feature a 17-foot (5.2-meter) bronze statue that stands atop a 36-foot (11-meter) column known as the "Pillar of History." The pillar is carved with images of the Tequesta Indians, who inhabited South Florida and the area now known as Miami prior to European colonization. The statue at the top of the pillar depicts a Taquesta warrior and his family.
Located in Bayfront Park right along Biscayne Boulevard, this monument to Florida's neighboring countries was built in 1960. The monument is a pillar with a gas-lit torch attached at the top. It celebrates the immigration and friendship between Florida, Latin America, and the Caribbean. As of 1964, the monument is also dedicated to President John F. Kennedy.
Formerly the Bayfront Park Amphitheater, the Klipsch Amphitheater is located in the beautiful Bayfront Park in downtown Miami. The Theater is placed close to the scenic Biscayne Bay and its surrounding areas consist of well-manicured lawns that double as seats. With a capacity of 10000 which includes 2,672 bench seating and the remaining 7,328 as lawn seats, the amphitheater makes for an excellent venue to host local concerts and events. It is currently managed by Live Nation. VIP services are available with boxes, parking and table services.