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A Coruna - Hercules Tower Base
Northern Spain

The Tower of Hercules is situated approx. 2,5 km away from the center of A Coruña. It is an ancient roman lighthouse overlooking the nothern Atlantic coast of Spain originally build in the 2nd century and renovated in 1791. With its hight of 57 m it is the second tallest lighthouse in Spain (from Wikipedia). In 2009 the site was raised to an UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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