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Archirondel Tower, Island of Jersey
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Archirondel Tower was built on a rocky outcrop in St Catherine’s Bay in 1792 and was used as a garrison for artillery soldiers. This red and white tower is now linked to the shore by the abandoned southern arm of St Catherine’s Breakwater.

Copyright: Zaellig
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Taken: 06/11/2009
Uploaded: 07/11/2009
Actualizat: 18/09/2014
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Tags: jersey; archirondel; tower; united kingdom; sea; beach; historic place
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