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How many states have a city named Miami?

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As of 2014, there are 11 states in America that have a city named Miami. Those 11 states are Arizona, Florida, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, New Mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma, Texas, and West Virginia.

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Florida has the most well known city of Miami. With over 400,000 people, Miami, Fla. is a major metropolitan area known for its international business and finance community. It is has a diverse population, with the majority of residents speaking Spanish as a first language.

Miami, Fla. is well known for its professional sporting teams, including the Marlins in the MLB, the Heat in the NBA and the Dolphins in the NFL.

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