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Freedom Tower

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In the 1960s this ornate Spanish-baroque structure was the Cuban Refugee Center, processing more than 500,000 Cubans who entered the United States after fleeing Fidel Castro's regime. Built in 1925 for the Miami Daily News, it was inspired by the Giralda, an 800-year-old bell tower in Seville, Spain. Preservationists were pleased to see the tower's exterior restored in 1988. Today, it is owned by Miami Dade College (MDC), functioning as a cultural and educational center, principally for premiere exhibitions of MDC's Art Gallery System.

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  • Address: 600 Biscayne Blvd., at N.E. 6th St. Downtown, Miami, FL 33130 | Map It
  • Phone: 305/237–7700
  • Hours: Hours vary
  • Location: Downtown Miami
Updated: 03-05-2013

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