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06 September 2016

Key West Tropic

A pedicab provides transportation past the Tropic Cinema Theater featuring a Seward Johnson metallic statue of Marilyn Monroe in a famous pose. Photo by Mike Freas/Florida Keys News Bureau
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06 September 2016

Lower Keys Aerial

A full-frame fisheye lens helps to provide a unique view of the Florida Keys' Overseas Highway as it bisects the Atlantic Ocean, left, and the Gulf of Mexico on the right in the Lower Keys near Big Pine Key, Fla. Photo by Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau
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06 September 2016

Key West Tennessee Williams

The Key West Gay Visitor Center features a permanent exhibition focusing on Tennessee Williams in Key West, and includes articles, photos, playbills, artwork, and various memorabilia regarding the decades this celebrated writer spent in the Southernmost City. Photo by Mike Freas/Florida Keys News Bureau
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06 September 2016

Key West Sunset

Visitors enjoy the performance of a fire torch juggler in Key West, Fla. The sunset celebration at Mallory Square is a daily ritual for visitors to this subtropical island at the bottom of the Florida Keys island chain. Photo by Mike Freas/Florida Keys News Bureau
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06 September 2016

Key West Sunset

Busker Will Soto walks a tightrope at the sunset celebration in Key West, Fla. The sunset celebration at Mallory Square is a daily ritual for visitors to this subtropical island at the bottom of the Florida Keys island chain. Photo by Bob Krist/Florida Keys News Bureau
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06 September 2016

Key West Southernmost House

The beautiful Southernmost House Historic Inn in the Ocean is among a plethora of accommodations' offerings in Key West. Photo by Mike Freas/Florida Keys News Bureau
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06 September 2016

Key West Key Lime

A slice of Key lime pie is ready to be consumed at an eatery in Key West, Fla. The signature dessert of the Florida Keys' culinary experience is Key Lime pie. The pie filling's yellow color always proves its authenticity and its taste is an unique blend of sweetness and tartness. Photo by Bob Krist/Florida Keys News Bureau
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06 September 2016

Key West Memorial

The AIDS Memorial on the southern side of Key West offers a quiet time to reflect on all lives that were touched by AIDS. Photo by Mike Freas/Florida Keys News Bureau
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06 September 2016

Key West Rainbow Flag

Flag carriers reach the Atlantic Ocean Sunday, June 15, 2003, as they finish carrying a 1 1/4-mile-long rainbow flag down Duval Street in Key West, Fla. The mammoth banner was created by Gilbert Baker and commemorated the 25th anniversary of the gay and lesbian icon that Baker, a San Francisco resident, conceived in 1978. The flag required 17,600 linear yards of fabric, weighs more than 5,000 pounds and was a highlight event of the PrideFest Key West celebration. Photo by Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau
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06 September 2016

Key West Southernmost

Key West's Southernmost Point marker is one of the most popular photographic icons in the Florida Keys. Just 90 miles from Havana, Key West is the Southernmost City in the Continental United States. Photo by Mike Freas/Florida Keys News Bureau