Sullivan’s Island Lighthouse – Sullivan's Island, South Carolina

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Pictured in the distance is the Sullivan’s Island Lighthouse. The lighthouse, which was the last in the United States to be built by the Coast Guard, is located on Sullivan’s Island, just north of Charleston.

Charleston Lighthouse on Sullivan's Island

Cathryn Strupe of Seabrook Island © Do Not Use Without Written Consent

Marked by its unique triangular shape and two-toned paint scheme, this 163-foot structure keeps watch over the Charleston Harbor with the aid of two rotating beacons that can be seen 26 miles away!

Charleston Lighthouse

Elizabeth Belz of Stillwater, MN © Do Not Use Without Written Consent

Sullivan's Island Light

Blake Lewis, 2011 © Do Not Use Without Written Consent

Sullivan's Island Lighthouse

Nathan Jones of Mount Pleasant, 2011 © Do Not Use Without Written Consent

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