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Fort Lauderdale is known as “The Venice of America and as the capital of the world private yachts”.
A great city. An exceptional school. A world of opportunities!
Fort Lauderdale is centrally located between Miami and Palm Beach, approximately 23 miles north of Miami and 42 miles south of Palm Beach. Is one of the business centers of greater importance, whose structures, health, cultural and recreational are of the most accredited of the country. Fort Lauderdale is without a doubt one of the most exciting cities of the United States with real lush landscapes and beaches. Its climate, the kindness and sympathy of the inhabitants, attractions and natural parks, as well as, their coastal villages, make Florida a very attractive destination.
There are two significant museums in Fort Lauderdale. The Stranahan House lies just south of Las Olas Boulevard and is the oldest home in the city. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it functions as a museum of local history. Three blocks west and one block north of the end of Las Olas Boulevard is the Museum of Discovery and Science, where visitors can experience simulated hurricane-force winds, pilot a DC-9 simulator, or fly like a bird in a giant wind tunnel.
1040 Bayview Dr., Ste. 302
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