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By Steve Mort
Miami Beach, Florida
19 February 2008
 
Miami Art Deco report

One of the many Art Deco buildings preserved in Miami Beach, Florida
One of the many Art Deco buildings preserved in Miami Beach, Florida

Miami Beach in Florida is home to the largest concentration of architecture from the 1920s and '30s in the United States. The historic art deco buildings are a popular tourist attraction, but preservationists warn that they face a possible threat -- from developers who want to sacrifice some of them to make way for more modern structures. Steve Mort reports from Miami for VOA.

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