Key West

Key West is the southernmost part of the continental United States and is the last island in the archipelago of the Florida Keys. A nightly ritual for residents and tourists is to meet at Mallory Square and watch the sunset. Venders and entertainers keep the crowd occupied as the sun sinks lower in the west.

Happy Day!

A fishing boat heads into port near Mallory Square as the sun sets at Key West, Florida. Other boats are moored or are sailing near the port to enjoy one of the favorite activities of Key West residents and visitors — watching the nightly sunset.

Key West is the southernmost part of the continental United States and is the last island in the archipelago of the Florida Keys.


Descended from a cat given to Ernest Hemingway, this tabby cat with extra toes lounges at the home where Hemingway lived in the 1930s in Key West, Florida. More than 50 cats with extra toes, descended from Hemingway’s cat, live on the grounds of the house.


Sailboats gather on the water off of the coast of Key West, Florida, at sunset.

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