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    • Rosi Rosa

      Lighthouse stairs

    • Arianna Meunier

      Amede Lighthouse by Eustaquio Santimano

    • Erika Herzog

      278 Spiralling Step's of the Amedee Lighthouse The Amédée lighthouse, or "Le Phare Amédée" is a lighthouse located on Amédée Island, New Caledonia. The cast iron lighthouse is 140 years old and 56 meters tall. It was originally built in France by Napoleon III, but was later transported to New Caledonia. It is now a very popular tourist attraction there. It has got approx, 278 steps.

    • Marni Sinclair-Ross

      Spiral staircase of the Amédée lighthouse near New Caledonia

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