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The Freedom Tower. La Torre de la Libertad

The Freedom Tower.                                                   La Torre de la Libertad
in Spanish
Torre de la Libertad llega a 17 pisos, un logro significativo en el momento, y contiene más de 82.000 pies cuadrados de espacio. La torre, con base en el diseño de la torre de la Giralda de la Catedral de Sevilla, es de 11 pisos de altura y tres bahías profundas. Detalles como las principales puertas de roble, un travesaño decorativo hierro fundido, balcones de hierro forjado, capiteles corintios sobre las columnas, techos de arista, y emitidos querubines concretas, se suman al encanto de este edificio de estilo renacentista español. Usando una mezcla de técnicas arquitectónicas españolas e italianas con adornos ornamentales moriscos, Torre de la Libertad se elevó como una característica permanente y distintiva en la ciudad de Miami. El Miami News utilizó el edificio hasta su traslado a 1957 una nueva instalación. Se sentó prácticamente sin utilizar durante los próximos cinco años hasta que el gobierno de Estados Unidos arrendó, a partir de 1962, para ayudar a los refugiados cubanos
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in English

Freedom Tower reaches 17 stories, a significant achievement at the time, and contains over 82,000 square feet of space. The tower, based on the design of the Giralda tower of the Cathedral of Seville, is 11 stories high and three bays deep. Details such as the oak main doors, a cast iron decorative transom, wrought iron balconies, Corinthian capitals on the columns, groined ceilings, and cast concrete cherubs, add to the allure of this Spanish Renaissance-style building. Using a blend of Spanish and Italian architectural techniques with Moorish ornamental embellishments, Freedom Tower rose as a permanent and distinctive feature on the Miami skyline. The Miami News utilized the building until its 1957 move to a new facility. It sat virtually unused for the next five years until the U.S. government leased it, starting in 1962, to assist the Cuban refugees.
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 xacobeo4
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**GRACIAS**me alegro mucho le guste, no será la mejor fotografía, Pero si esta hecha con mucho **AMOR** ya que este fue mi primer hogar,hace muchos anos atrás, desde una de esas ventanas, mire, con tristeza,hacia afuera, recordando mi hogar, pero a la ves sentí muchas ilusiones a mi futura,vida en Democracia sentir que era libre con nuevas esperanzas al mundo desconocido,Rebeca
5 years ago. Edited 5 years ago.
 ♥ Isa♥
♥ Isa♥
Bueno...algo sí recuerda a la Giralda=) Bonita vista

Saludos Rebeca de Isa
5 years ago.
 xacobeo4
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Isa ♥ ♥ Thank you, Has Its resemblance That was the notion of the architect, at the time, was Recognized mediterrane style or Spanish to record the message That esta land of Florida's first visit Ponce de Leon and was territory Espan ~ ol, this place History will do well today (The architecture of the Freedom Tower (no photo)

From this website, Makes your speech, presentation, Today April 13 at 6pm in the afternoon ES time for candidate for President of the United States (Marco Rubio) the first candidate has Spanish roots, That will be historic, lowest would Have Told me when taking esta series of photos, Well see what happens in 2016, but We have taken a step forward for the History of USA by first time., Regards friend, and thank you very much for your always friendly visit, hugs Rebeca
5 years ago. Edited 5 years ago.

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