Known as the Sunshine State, Florida's semi-tropical climate includes both a rainy season (June to mid-November) and a temperate winter that attracts tourists as well as seasonal residents. Although heavily populated, the state also includes large undeveloped rural areas. The state is bounded to the north by Georgia and Alabama, to the east by the Atlantic Ocean and the nearby Bahamas, to the west by the Gulf of Mexico, and to the south by the Florida Straits and the state's distinctive archipelago, the Florida Keys, which includes the southernmost point in the United States. This category contains sites listed in topical subcategories as well as links to other geographic categories.
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