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Reason #103 Historic Lighthouses

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Published on May 1, 2014

Welcoming lights. Whether you're approaching from
sea or land, a lighthouse is a welcome sight. It helps guide boats
to safety, calling out through darkness, fog, and storm. It's unique
and beautiful, reaching into the sky with silent grace, like a needle
pinning shore to ocean. And it offers a view like no other, unmarred
by buildings and billboards. There is nothing else in the world quite
like them, and if you're one of those people who's inexplicably
drawn to lighthouses, you've come to the right place. Prince
Edward Island has more than 50 of these structures dotting its
ragged coastline. More than 38 still function as navigational aids,
and nine are open to the public. The lighthouses of PEI: different
heights and shapes, varying colours and designs.
Each is unique, with its own history and story to tell. But they do share one common element. They all offer their welcoming light.

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