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Harderwijk Lighthouse


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The Harderwijk Lighthouse in Holland (Netherlands) was considered a minor aid to navigation. Harderwijk was a fishing port until the building of a polder rendered the light useless. Since there is no longer access to open water the port is now used for recreational boating. Courtesy of Joost Keesing.

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