Ten fun facts about Hialeah
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Hialeah is one of the major municipalities’ within greater Miami and the South Florida metropolitan areas and is the state’s sixth largest city.
The city is has a largely Hispanic population and is considered to be one of America’s most politically conservative community.
It is famous for horse and greyhound racing as well as the dangerous and energetic Jai Alai Spanish sport.
Hialeah has the second highest percentage of Cuban American and Cuban residents of any city in America.Fact 5
The Hialeah Park Race Track in the city has a dual distinction. The famous pink flamingoes have made it the Audubon Bird Sanctuary.Fact 6
In terms of population Hialeah is America’s densest city that does not have a skyscraper.Fact 7
In 1937, it was from here that Amelia Earhart took-off on her ill-fated flight across the globe.Fact 8
In 1925, the Hialeah Park Race Track (the Grand Dame), received the highest media coverage than any other sports event in Miami’s history up to that time.Fact 9
Hialeah is one of Dade County’s largest employers.Fact 10
United States’ second largest Spanish-language television network, Telemundo is headquartered here. Go to more u.s. city facts ❯
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