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This lighthouse is located on the small island of Sark in the Chanel Islands near France.

This lighthouse is located on the small island of Sark in the Chanel Islands near France.

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Iles Chausey, France - The lighthouse on the main island of the Iles Chausey was built in 1850

THE only postbox on Sark being painted gold to celebrate the Gold Medal won by an islander at the Olympics 2012.

Sark - the ONLY postal box, being painted gold to celebrate the Gold Medal won by an islander at the Olympics 2012

The Battery Point Lighthouse was one of the first lighthouses on the California coast built in 1856. The lighthouse is located on a small island just outside Crescent City's Harbor

The Battery Point Lighthouse was one of the first lighthouses on the California coast built in The lighthouse is located on a small island just outside Crescent City's Harbor

Gibraltar Point Lighthouse - Located on Toronto's Centre Island, Canada, and is believed to be haunted...

Gibraltar Point Lighthouse - Located on Toronto's Centre Island, Canada, and is believed to be haunted.

Beaver Island Harbor Light (or St. James Light) is a lighthouse located in St. James Township, Michigan on the northern end of Beaver Island on Lake Michigan. It has also been called "St. James Harbor Light" and "Whiskey Point Light." It is associated with a U.S. Coast Guard station, which was formerly a lifesaving station. The tower is constructed of Cream City Brick. Beaver Island Harbor or the St. James Lighthouse was established in 1870.

Beaver Island Harbor Light (or St. James Light) is a lighthouse located in St. James Township, Michigan on the northern end of Beaver Island on Lake Michigan. It has also been called "St. James Harbor Light" and "Whiskey Point Light." It is associated with a U.S. Coast Guard station, which was formerly a lifesaving station. The tower is constructed of Cream City Brick. Beaver Island Harbor or the St. James Lighthouse was established in 1870.

Sark Island, English Channel.   This place is one of the best in the world for stargazing. It's a quaint, old-fashioned island where people live life the slower way, with no cars, cell service, or other modern toys, so they have little to no light pollution, which is what makes it such a prime stargazing site.

After 400 feudal years, lord of Sark faces battle with 21st century knights

The isthmus called La Coupee in Sark, Channel Islands, features in The Splintered Circle.