MYSTERIOUS! Abandoned places in Miami 2022

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There are numerous historical and fascinating abandoned places in Miami, and some of them were formerly the most famous places in town; they were top-rated hospitals, schools, cities, factories, resorts, and hotels, among other things.

Because of their unique characteristics, several abandoned places in Miami are preserved and well maintained. Some are historical but now abandoned, and on this blog, you’ll find a mix of both types of places that are must-see in 2022.

1, Parkway west regional medical center It is an 11-story structure that was originally the town’s operating hospital, with about 127 rooms and 300 beds for patients. This building took over two years to construct, and now it stands empty, filled with broken furniture, scrappers, and graffiti-covered walls.

2, Crandon zoo It is now a botanical garden, with the zoo’s remaining items such as cages and other items remaining. The city intended to build a larger and better zoo because the Brandon zoo was small and busy even with fewer visitors.

3, Deauville Beach Resort It opened in 1926 as a lavish resort featuring a casino, beach club, and Florida’s largest swimming pool. When the owner changed, the resort’s name changed as well, and it became a health spa.

4, Miami marine stadium It was the first powerboat racing stadium in the United States, and it drew a large number of visitors and residents. It was built in 1963 and cost $2 million because it was such a large project.

5, Brooksville Victorian tree house It’s a three-story miniature treehouse from the 1970s that comes complete with bathrooms, beds, and a kitchen. It’s incredible that this lovely home has been abandoned.

6, Splendid China It was opened in 1993 and closed in just 10 years it is inside a Florida theme park made as a homage to China. It is handmade and precious property but nobody takes care of this place now and it is surrounded by creepy plants.

7, Cape Romana Domes It is close to Marco Island and appears to be six different pieces of hoise, yet it was only one before the hurricane of the 1990s wrecked it. It was designed to withstand the hurricane, but it failed.

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