During the second Seminole War, Fort Lauderdale consisted of little more than three forts, but by 1900, it had become a busy trading post on the New River. Today, Greater Fort Lauderdale wears many hats: it is at once an important business and cultural center, a popular beach resort, and a giant cruise port. However, it is still the city’s myriad waterways that define its unique character.
t The skyline and waterways of Fort Lauderdale, lit up as dusk falls
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