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Thursday, November 4, 2021



Peggy’s Point Lighthouse, Nova Scotia, Canada

The tapered, octagonal-shaped lighthouse at Peggy’s Point in Nova Scotia is among the most photographed in the world. First built in 1868, it was replaced by the present tower in 1915, which stands 50 feet (15m) high and looks out over the east side of the entrance to St. Margaret’s Bay. Set on a barren rock outcrop jutting out to sea, the lighthouse has withstood endless crashing waves from the North Atlantic during the province's harsh winters.

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