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Pensacola Lighthouse
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Pensacola Lighthouse is Located on Pensacola Naval Air Station. It is 159 feet tall was Compete in 1859. The Lighthouse and Museum are open to the Public Just tell the Gate Guard for a Visior Pass. 

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Uploaded: 21/01/2013
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