Historic Lighthouses of The Bahamas

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Historic Lighthouses of The Bahamas is part of the Tentative list of Bahamas in order to qualify for inclusion in the World Heritage List.

The Historic Lighthouses of The Bahamas are 11 lighthouses constructed by the British between 1836 and 1887. They facilitated the safe use of the Bahama Channels for as shipping lanes. Some of the lighthouses are stil in use and 9 of them have been automated.

Map of Historic Lighthouses of The Bahamas

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The coordinates shown for all tentative sites were produced as a community effort. They are not official and may change on inscription.

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Full Name
Historic Lighthouses of The Bahamas
Country
Bahamas
Added
2015
Type
Cultural
Link
By ID
2015 Added to Tentative List

The site has 11 locations

Historic Lighthouses of The Bahamas: Elbow Reef, Hope Town, Abaco (T)
Historic Lighthouses of The Bahamas: Elbow Cay (Cay Sal) (T)
Historic Lighthouses of The Bahamas: Hole in the Wall, Abaco (T)
Historic Lighthouses of The Bahamas: Gun Cay, Bimini (T)
Historic Lighthouses of The Bahamas: San Salvador (T)
Historic Lighthouses of The Bahamas: Great Isaac, Bimini (T)
Historic Lighthouses of The Bahamas: Cay Lobos (T)
Historic Lighthouses of The Bahamas: Great Stirrup Cay, Berry Islands (T)
Historic Lighthouses of The Bahamas: Castle Island (T)
Historic Lighthouses of The Bahamas: Inagua (T)
Historic Lighthouses of The Bahamas: Bird rock, Crooked Island (T)
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