Khe Ga Lighthouse, the spiral staircase
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Khe Ga Lighthouse, the spiral staircase

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We must go through 183 spiral stairs to reach the top of the lighthouse. According to maritime history in this area, Khe Ga Cape is regarded as an extremely dangerous position of the marine line from Phan Rang to Vung Tau. To meet the transportation needs of the French army as well as foreign merchant ships over here, the French have reseach and built Khe Ga Lighthouse. The construction start in February 1897 and completed in late 1898. The lighthouse was operates from 1900.

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A: Khe Ga Lighthouse in the morning

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B: Steps to the base of Ke Ga Lighthouse, Vietnam

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C: Khe Ga Lighthouse, Plumeria alba

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D: Ke Ga Lighthouse at the very top

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E: Khe Ga Lighthouse Eastern side

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F: Near Ke Ga Lighthouse, at the Ke Ga Islet, Bin Thuan, Vietnam

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H: Khe Ga Cape, the beach of rocks

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J: Khe Ga Lighthouse, the beach

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Text by Steve Smith.

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