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Steps to the base of Ke Ga Lighthouse, Vietnam
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As you may know Ke Ga Lighthouse was created by talented French architect Snavat in 1897. A 5 ha islet 500 m due out in the South China Sea (near Ke Ga Cape, Bin Thuan Province) had been chosen as the spot for the lighthouse. Sand-colored cliffs and boulders on the beach, dormant frangipani trees (plumeria rubra) and neat territory – all add up to the peaceful, solitary and a bit eerie aura of the place.
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