Stake Key

Stake Key
Stake Key
Stake Key (en)
Géographie
Pays Drapeau des États-Unis États-Unis
Archipel Keys
Localisation Baie de Floride
Océan Atlantique
Coordonnées 25° 03′ 33″ N 80° 35′ 09″ W / 25.059166, -80.58574725° 03′ 33″ N 80° 35′ 09″ W / 25.059166, -80.585747
Administration
Drapeau des États-Unis États-Unis
État Floride
Autres informations
Fuseau horaire UTC-5

Géolocalisation sur la carte : Floride

(Voir situation sur carte : Floride)
Stake Key
Stake Key

Géolocalisation sur la carte : États-Unis

(Voir situation sur carte : États-Unis)
Stake Key
Stake Key

Stake Key est une île des Keys, archipel des États-Unis d'Amérique situé dans l'océan Atlantique au sud de la péninsule de Floride. Elle est située dans la baie de Floride et relève du parc national des Everglades.

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