Ireland boasts a landscape of stunning coastlines and awe-inspiring islands. With some of the most dangerous coastal waters in the world, however, such breathtaking scenery comes at a price.
Lighthouses have played a significant part in the history of this country, which is so heavily dependent on the sea for its livelihood.
Irish Lighthouses is a beautifully illustrated and insightful tour of over 30 magnificent lights, built over the last two centuries to protect ships from the perilous coastline.
With beautiful photographs including areal photography, this visual delight with detailed introductions is an indispensable companion for all lighthouse enthusiasts.
|Publication date||20 Jan 2001|