The Round Island Light, also known as the "Old Round Island Point Lighthouse" is a lighthouse located on the west shore of Round Island in the shipping lanes of the Straits of Mackinac which connect Lake Michigan and Huron. It was deemed necessary because the island is a significant hazard to navigation in the straits, and was seen as an effective complement to the other lights in the area. Because of its color scheme and form - red stone base and wood tower - it has been likened to an old-fashioned schoolhouse.Ferries regularly pass it on their way to (and from) Mackinac Island, and it is a recognizable icon of the upper Great Lakes.
Arizona- 48th state oh 14th February 1912. Phoenix is a state capital since 1889 and also a largest city. Arizona has more national monuments than any other state like Indians ruins, canyons and deserts.
Aeral view of Marblehead Lighthouse, the oldest continuosly operating lighthouse on the Great Lakes. Constructed in 1821 on Ohio's Marblehead Peninsula, this lighthouse is on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Cleveland, Public Square. Nighttime illumination of the Soldiers' and Sailors' Monumant and Terminal Tower brightens Public Square, site of the USA's 1st successful demonstration of electric street lighting in 1879.