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Eddystone Lighthouse- Rame Head, England...This is actually the fourth lighthouse to be built on this site in the past 300 years. One burnt down, one was washed away in a storm and the third was deemed structurally unsound and hauled away. The current lighthouse has been in use since 1882. It’s appeared in popular folk songs and has been mentioned in many works of literature, including Moby Dick.

Eddystone Lighthouse- Rame Head, England...This is actually the fourth lighthouse to be built on this site in the past 300 years. One burnt down, one was washed away in a storm and the third was deemed structurally unsound and hauled away. The current lighthouse has been in use since 1882. It’s appeared in popular folk songs and has been mentioned in many works of literature, including Moby Dick.

Una exposición recorre la historia de la Torre de Hércules (Coruña) a través de nuevas tecnologías - Arqueología, Historia Antigua y Medieval - Terrae Antiqvae

Una exposición recorre la historia de la Torre de Hércules (Coruña) a través de nuevas tecnologías - Arqueología, Historia Antigua y Medieval - Terrae Antiqvae

On 3 July 1895, Captain Joshua Slocum set sail in his boat ‘Spray’ from Sambro Island Lighthouse, near Halifax in Nova Scotia, to start his solo voyage around the world.  The 55-year-old’s voyage lasted for three years and he travelled a distance of 46,000 miles.  He sailed into Newport, Rhode Island, on 27 June 1898,  thus becoming the first person to sail solo around the world.  Posted on July 2nd, 2013 by The British Newspaper Archive  Evening Telegraph – Monday 11 July 1898

On 3 July 1895, Captain Joshua Slocum set sail in his boat ‘Spray’ from Sambro Island Lighthouse, near Halifax in Nova Scotia, to start his solo voyage around the world. The 55-year-old’s voyage lasted for three years and he travelled a distance of 46,000 miles. He sailed into Newport, Rhode Island, on 27 June 1898, thus becoming the first person to sail solo around the world. Posted on July 2nd, 2013 by The British Newspaper Archive Evening Telegraph – Monday 11 July 1898

For thousands of years, people have looked up at the moon and wondered about its divine significance. It should come as no surprise that many cultures throughout time have had lunar deities   | www.ancient-wisdoms.com

For thousands of years, people have looked up at the moon and wondered about its divine significance. It should come as no surprise that many cultures throughout time have had lunar deities | www.ancient-wisdoms.com

Sky-watchers around the world are in for a treat Sunday night and Monday when   the shadow of Earth casts a reddish glow on the moon, the result of rare   combination of an eclipse with the closest full moon of the year. The total   "supermoon" lunar eclipse, also known as a "blood moon" is one that appears   bigger and brighter than usual as it reaches the point in its orbit that is   closest to Earth.

Sky-watchers around the world are in for a treat Sunday night and Monday when the shadow of Earth casts a reddish glow on the moon, the result of rare combination of an eclipse with the closest full moon of the year. The total "supermoon" lunar eclipse, also known as a "blood moon" is one that appears bigger and brighter than usual as it reaches the point in its orbit that is closest to Earth.

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