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#mondayquiz. Where is the lighthouse? Answer and win!

It’s time for #mondayquiz!

What is it all about? You will simply have to answer correctly to our question of the day, and you will be able to receive a great and exclusive desktop background!

Where is the lighthouse? Check the picture and tell us where it was taken.

No worries, we will give you some hints…

  1. It was constructed in 1894
  2. The lighthouse is standing at about 205 feet above the water
  3. The lighthouse was given its name after a Spanish guy was sent to explore the region in the 18thcentury

Do you have the answer now… or have you had some online help?

Give us your answer by writing a comment at the end of the article or sending us an email at info@sailuniverse.com. Everyone answering correctly by November 20 2019 will receive an exclusive “sailing wallpaper” for their computer!

Now it’s your turn!

5 Comments

  1. It’s the Heceta Head Lighthouse: a historical gem on the Oregon coast and can be seen all the way from Highway 101. Although people recognize the structure overlooking the cliff, very few know the history of the lighthouse and the land surrounding it. Heceta Head owes its name to explorer Don Bruno de Heceta who sailed the West Coast as a secret voyage for the Queen of Spain in 1775. The lighthouse itself was constructed in 1894 after the United States government allocated funds to build a lighthouse every 40 miles along the coast.

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