Hialeah is a city in the greater Miami area of Florida. It has a high percentage of Cuban residents; it has, actually, the second highest percentage of any city in the country. About 209,000 people call it home. Colombians, Dominicans, and Hondurans also make up a large part of its population. As a result, 92% of the population speaks Spanish as a primary language. The median income in Hialeah is $29,492. Hialeah has easy Amtrak, metro, airline and highway access. The Spanish TV network Telemundo is located here. The religion of Santeria, a religion found commonly in Cuba, is very popular here; so much so that a church who practices this religion was able to get the city to change a law to allow them to practice animal sacrifices. The Hialeah Park Racetrack is located here; it is one of the oldest horseracing tracks in continuous use in the country. Also, one can find a variety of Cuban dishes at eateries across the city, due to the wide Cuban influence here. The La Carreta Cuban Cuisine is a great restaurant to visit if you're in the area. If you are looking to experience all that Cuban culture has to offer, Hialeah, Florida is a great place to start. You can find more information about Hialeah by looking at the yellow pages online, or by looking at a Florida business directory.
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