United Kingdom New Brighton Lighthouse & Fort Perch Rock

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Peter Zalabai

About this spot
The fort was built in the early 19th Century as a defensive building but acts as tourist attraction now. Originally it supposed to work as a lighthouse as well, but before it was completed it's function was abandoned and a separate lighthouse was built just next to it. The lighthouse was decommissioned in 1973. Around the lighthouse and the fort there is a nice sandy beach and during low tide you can walk around both buildings.

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Peter Zalabai

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