In 1836, Congress paid $6,549 to have three 15-foot masonry towers built along the shore of Eastham, Massachusetts (Cape Cod Region). Originally known as the Nauset Lights, they quickly gained the nickname "The Three Sisters" because from afar, they looked like women dressed in white dresses with black hats. For almost fifty five years, the … Continue reading The Bond of Sisterhood
What Else Does Your Light Convey?
This functional baseball bat-shaped beacon is known as the Chirma Hang "Baseball" Lighthouse and it is located in Busan, South Korea. It, along along with a sculpture of a ball and a glove, was built to symbolize the importance of baseball to Busan and to commemorate Korea’s first ever gold medal in Olympic baseball at the … Continue reading What Else Does Your Light Convey?
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