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06 September 2016

Key West Gallery

Visitors examine paintings in an art gallery in Key West. Photo by Mike Freas/Florida Keys News Bureau
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06 September 2016

Key West Gay Marriage

Aaron Huntsman, center left, and William Lee Jones, center right, complete their wedding vows on the steps of the Monroe County Courthouse early Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2015, in Key West, Fla. The couple obtained the first same-sex marriage license issued in the Florida Keys. Huntsman and Jones helped to pave the way for marriage equality in Florida with a lawsuit protesting the state's 2008 ban on same-sex marriage. Photo by Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau
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06 September 2016

Key West Guesthouse

The New Orleans House on Duval Street 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 Butterfly

Guests at the Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory photograph two pink flamingos. The conservatory features an impressive collection of flowering plants, colorful birds, cascading waterfalls and trees that set the stage for some 50 to 60 species of butterflies, commonly known as "flowers of the sky." There are also some 20 exotic bird species, all under a climate- controlled, glass enclosed habitat. Photo by Mike Freas/Florida Keys News Bureau
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06 September 2016

Key West Dance

Afternoon dance parties are a tradition in Key West. Photo by Mike Freas/Florida Keys News Bureau
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06 September 2016

Key West Dining

Cocktails before dinner is a Key West ritual, especially at the classic El Meson de Pepe Cuban restaurant. Photo by Mike Freas/Florida Keys News Bureau
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06 September 2016

Key West Dining

Popular Florida Keys seafood fare includes Florida lobster, Key West Pink Shrimp, stone crab claws and yellowtail snapper. Photo by Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau
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06 September 2016

Key West Dining

Al fresco dining, by the Atlantic Ocean, in Key West. Photo by Mike Freas/Florida Keys News Bureau
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06 September 2016

Key West Aerial

An aerial photo of Key West, Fla., the Southernmost City in the Continental United States and last of the islands in the Florida Keys island chain connected to the South Florida mainland by the Keys Overseas Highway. More than 250,000 LGBTQ visitors experience Key West on an annual basis. Photo by Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau
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06 September 2016

Key West Bicycles

Bicycles are a great way to see Key West, Fla., at your own leisure. Photo by Mike Freas/Florida Keys News Bureau