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Hemingway's Home

This historic home was built in the 1850s by Asa Tift in the French Colonial style of architecture, the only one in Old Town Key West. Ernest and Pauline Hemingway lived here for nearly ten years, starting in 1931. This is where Hemingway did some of his best work including: "To Have or Have Not," "For Whom the Bell Tolls," and "A Farewell to Arms."

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