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Miami (/maI’aemi/), also known as the City of Miami, can be described as a coastal city in South Florida (United States). It is home to 442,241 people, the second-most populous in Florida, the eleventh-most populated city in Southeast Florida and the 44th most populous US city. The nation's eighth largest metropolitan area is located in Miami, home to 6,138,333 residents.  Miami has the third-largest skyline of the United States with more than 300 high-rises.  58 exceed 491 feet (150 m). 
Miami is a major financial center and leader in commerce, finance, culture, art, and international trade.  With a GDP of $344.9 million as of 2017, the metro area is the largest urban economy of Florida.  The GaWC classified Miami as a Beta+ level global city in 2020.  Miami was ranked 7th in the United States in 2019 and 31st among global capital, information exchange and business activity.  A 2018 UBS study of 77 cities around the world found that Miami was the third-richest city in the world, and the second-richest U.S. in terms of purchasing power.  Miami is the fourth-largest city with majority-Hispanic residents in the United States. In 2020, it was home to 70.2% of the country's Hispanic population.