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The Baltimore Beacon

The 15m high Baltimore Beacon, built in 1849, as an aid to navigation for the treacherous waters of the Irish coast on the way into Roaringwater Bay and Baltimore Harbour . It's known locally as Lot's Wife, as it looks like a pillar of salt.

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2011 Dave Walsh
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West Cork Stock Images, Ireland, Ireland: The Wild Atlantic Way
The 15m high Baltimore Beacon, built in 1849, as an aid to navigation for the treacherous waters of the Irish coast on the way into Roaringwater Bay and Baltimore Harbour . It's known locally as Lot's Wife, as it looks like a pillar of salt.