The lighthouse Tourlitis of Andros Island (Greece) was bulit in 1897 and was bombarded during the World War II – it was restored in The first time that Andros island was to be emprinted on a Greek stamp was with a portrait of this offshore lighthouse.
ALLIGATOR RIVER, KAKADU NATIONALPARK, AUSTRALIA A narrow belt of mangrove trees fringes the shore of the river, forming a frontier with the land. The deep green river water meets the yellow muddy water of a distributary. Their different levels of density
Åndalsnes is a village in Rauma Municipality, Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. The Rauma name stems from a legendary king of the Raums Dale (now Romsdal), Raum the Old (Old Norse: Raumr inn gamli), who was a son of Nór (Nórr) the founder and first king of
Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse is located within Fort Constitution in New Castle, New Hampshire, USA. The station was established in 1771 and was the of 11 light stations established prior to the American Revolution.