Miami-Dade County - Located along the southern part of the Florida peninsula, the county is comprised of 34 municipalities with its own government. A thid of the county is seated in Everglades National Park. It is one of the last area of Florida that is filled with flora and fauna, mainly in Pleistocene.
It is the most thickly settled county in Florida with 2,716,940 based on the 2019 census report.
The well-known Miami Beach can be found in the county.
Palm Beach County extends from Atlantic coast of Florida into its rural center, including the northern edge of the Everglades national park.
The county is the third most-populous county in the area of Florida, making it one of the top three populous county in the state. Its largest city is West Palm Beach. It got its name from Palm Beach, regarded as the oldest settlements after its separation in 1909 from Dade County.
The county is popular for its luxurious estates and breath-taking beaches.