Hog Island Lighthouse, Nassau

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  • Hog Island Lighthouse
    by cjg1
  • Hog Island Lighthouse
    by cjg1
  • Hog Island Lighthouse
    by cjg1

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    The first and the last thing

    by pieter_jan_v Updated Mar 3, 2016

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    The first and the last thing you will see on your cruise to Nassau is the Lighthouse.
    It marks thenorthwest entrance to Nassau Harbuor

    It was built in 1817, when the island still was known by its previous name: Hog Island.
    This is the oldest lighthouse in the Bahamas and probably the oldest in the West Indies.

    Address: Colonial Beach - Nassau

    Directions: At the harbour entrance.

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    Hog Island Lighthouse

    by cjg1 Updated Nov 11, 2008

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    Hog Island Lighthouse is the first landmark you see as you enter the port besides the Atlantis towers. The lighthouse itself fits in with the simply beauty of the island. It is more of a representation of the people and the everyday life than the larger than life Atlantis resort.

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