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Lighthouses are an important part of Ireland's coastal heritage. They have been guiding ships and sailors since the early 18th century. Today, there are over 30 lighthouses around the coast of Ireland, many of which are now open to the public as tourist attractions.
The most famous lighthouse in Ireland is probably the Fastnet Rock Lighthouse, which is located off the southwest coast of Cork. The Fastnet Lighthouse was first lit in 1854 and is still operational today. It is also one of Irelands tallest lighthouses, standing at over 30 meters tall. The Irish coast is lined with many lighthouses, each one as unique as the last. Many of these lighthouses are now open to the public, providing visitors with stunning views of Ireland's coastline. The Fastnet Lighthouse is still operational today and provides a stunning light show at night time! If you are visiting Ireland, be sure to check out some of these amazing lighthouses!