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Thursday, October 7, 2021



Tourlitis Lighthouse, Andros, Greece

Precariously perched on top of a stone column which looks almost custom-built, the rocky outcrop which holds Tourlitis Lighthouse was in fact carved out by crashing waves over thousands of years. Located off the city of Andros, on the island of the same name, this dinky 23-foot (7m) tower was originally built in 1887. However, the lighthouse was destroyed in the Second World War and the structure that stands today was rebuilt in the 1990s.

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