Posts in Bahamian Lighthouses
Discover Cacique | THE ELBOW REEF Lighthouse

I love lighthouses. I love them from a design aspect. And I love them in their metaphorical sense - the enduring light they provide despite everything that mother nature hurls at them - stoically showing the way through life's great storm. In the second of our Bahamian Lighthouse Series, we take a look at the iconic candy-striped Elbow Reef Lighthouse in Hope Town, Abaco through the lens of Alessandro Sarno

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Discover Cacique | Hog Island Lighthouse

In October, 1816 the foundation stone of The Hog Island (now Paradise Island) Lighthouse was laid and the building completed around one year later. Quarried from the island’s limestone rock, the tower was built along with the Lighthouse Keeper’s Quarters, where it was manned until the 1960s. To this day, it guards the western entrance to Nassau Harbour. 

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