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Tuesday, October 5, 2021



South Stack Lighthouse, Wales, UK

Perched on the tiny islet of Ynys Lawd just off Anglesey’s western coast, the far-flung South Stack Lighthouse can only be reached by clambering 400 steps down a steep cliff and across a bridge. Constructed in 1809, the conical-shaped tower was largely built from limestone quarried from the islet itself. In this striking aerial shot, the 92-feet (28m) tall lighthouse looks impressively remote.

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