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Wednesday, November 3, 2021



Beachy Head Lighthouse, England, UK

Standing about 541 feet (165m) from the towering chalk cliffs of Beachy Head near Eastbourne, East Sussex, this traditional lighthouse was constructed in 1902. Its predecessor, the Belle Tout lighthouse, was built on the headland in 1828, but was abandoned in 1899 due to concerns about the cliff collapsing. Today, the jaunty red-and-white striped tower has earned a place in the hearts of visitors to this iconic stretch of coastline.

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