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Mahâballipuram, Tamil Nadu, Inde India's east coast. Built atop a large rock at Mahabalipuram, about 65 km (40 mi) south of Chennai India 12.615285,80.191816

It' a church. it's a lighthouse. It's both! St Nicholas church and lighthouse - Malorichenske - Ukraine

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GIRDLE NESS lighthouse situated at Torry near Aberdeen.Scotland my wake up view

Lighthouse Kiel Holtenau, Germany

Texel Lighthouse, Netherlands.

Stromboli Lighthouse, Italy

Constructed between 1882-1892, St. George is called America's most expensive lighthouse, costing in excess of $700,000. Built on a small wave washed rock 6 miles off the coast near Crescent City, California, the lighthouse is composed of hundreds of individually cut granite blocks that were quarried nearly 100 miles South and transported to the site by steamer.

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Harlingen Lighthouse, Netherlands

Wicklow Head Lighthouse - County Wicklow, Ireland...rented this for 5 sea swept days....109 steps to the kitchen and a view of the world.

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Holland Harbor Lighthouse, Michigan

Lake Minitare, Nebraska- One of just seven inland lighthouses in the United States. Built entirely of native stone, the tower has a winding stairway that ascends four stories to the top. There’s no light in the lighthouse, but it offers an impressive 360-degree view of the tree-lined lake and grounds. The Lake Minatare Lighthouse is a legacy of the Great Depression, built in the late 1930s by the Veterans Conservation Corps, a New Deal agency that provided jobs to unemployed veterans.