Miami metropolitan aurie
The Miami metropolitan aurie anchors a region commonly referred tae bi local inhabitants as Sooth Florida; it is the metropolitan aurie comprisin Miami, Florida, an nearbi commonties. The U.S. Office of Management and Budget designates the aurie as the Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach, FL Metropolitan Statistical Area, a Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) uised for statistical purposes bi the United States Census Bureau an ither entities. The OMB defines the MSA as comprisin Miami-Dade, Broward, an Palm Beach coonties—Florida's three maist populous coonties—wi principal ceeties includin Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Pompano Beach, West Palm Beach, an Boca Raton. Locally the tri-coonty region is referred tae as the Sooth Florida region or megalopolis.
Miami metropolitan aurie
|Miami–Fort Lauderdale– West Palm Beach|
|Ither ceeties|| - Fort Lauderdale|
- Pompano Beach
- West Palm Beach
- Miami Beach
- Boca Raton
- Deerfield Beach
- Boynton Beach
- Delray Beach
|• Total||15,890 km2 (6,137 sq mi)|
|Highest elevation||16.2 m (Jupiter, Florida|
|Lawest elevation||0 m (Atlantic Ocean|
|• Tot||6,012,331 (2,015)|
|• Rank||8th in the U.S.|
|• Density||373/km2 (966/sq mi)|
Wi 6,012,331 inhabitants as o 2015, the Miami metropolitan aurie is the maist populous in Florida an seicont lairgest in the Sootheastren Unitit States ahint Greater Washington an the aicht-maist populous in the Unitit States. Besides its association wi the Sooth Florida region, is pairtially synonymous wi a aurie kent collectively as the "Gold Coast".
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