Rating: 7,9/10 (1704 votes)Portland Bill lighthouse is located on the southern part of the Isle of Portland, which is part of the British county of Dorset. Basically, the lighthouse works for those ships that sail in the direction of Portland and Weymouth, because the sea is rough and dangerous here. Also ships plying the English Channel are guided by the light of the lighthouse. The Portland Bill lighthouse was built at the very beginning of the 20th century, in 1906. The lighthouse was painted white and red, alternating with stripes. It attracts attention from afar and is a kind of symbol and the biggest attraction of the Isle of Portland. The image of the lighthouse can be seen on postcards and souvenirs; excursions are regularly organized here.
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Topic: Portland Bill Lighthouse in the UK.