Wordless Wednesday

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The Eierland Lighthouse is a lighthouse on the northernmost tip of the Dutch island of Texel. It is named for the former island Eierland.


The lighthouse was designed by Quirinus Harder and construction began on 25 July 1863. The lighthouse was built on top of a 20-metre high sand dune, and was lit on 1 November 1864. At that time, the distance from the lighthouse to the sea was 3 kilometres.

During the Georgian Uprising of Texel of April 1945 the lighthouse suffered heavy damage. It was repaired by constructing a new wall around it and a new upper-level construction. In this process the lighthouse lost two of its original nine storeys.

During the 1990s the lighthouse, including the very top and the lamp, was open for visitors. Closed for a while, it was reopened in 2009 and is accessible up to the sixth floor. Source: Wikipedia

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91 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday

  1. angelswhisper2011 says:

    This looks like somewhere in our Country, so I tried the linky and it was. Have you ever been to Texel, Sandee? We haven’t but Grandpaw has, for his work, I think that’s why Granny recognized the picture…MOL.. Pawkisses for a Happy WednesdayπŸΎπŸ˜½πŸ’ž

  2. Memories of Eric and Flynn says:

    I love seeing lighthouses. I thought it looked a lot different to the other American lighthouses I had seen and then saw Little Binky’s comment. It is more like the British lighthouses too.

  3. Ann Thompson says:

    I’m with Nancy. I want to follow that path and get a closer look. I first thought that was a dirt path leading to the lighhouse but the more I looked I realized it’s brick.

  4. Cathy Kennedy says:


    I love lighthouses! This is a beautiful photograph. I prefer lighthouses along a ragged shore line, like Maine or Oregon but I like seeing them all. Thanks for hosting the mid-week fun, my dear! πŸ˜‰

  5. meowmeowmans says:

    What a beautiful photo. Seeing the lighthouse up ahead makes me want to follow the path to see what the ocean looks like there. πŸ™‚

    Happy Wordless Wednesday, Sandee!

  6. Debbie D. says:

    Happy Wednesday, Sandee! πŸ™‚ That’s a lovely, peaceful vista. Thanks for hosting this link party. I’ve added the Santorini post, which you’ve kindly already visited. Cheers!

  7. Esha says:

    That is a beautiful photograph and the red lighthouse looks so striking. Seems to be like a quiet and peaceful place that might be ideal for a walk.

    Thanks for sharing and joining our weekly blog hop, Sandee.
    Happy #wordlesswednesday and a wonderful week ahead.


  8. XmasDolly says:

    Hello my lovely, how ya doin? I have a lighthouse on my bucket list. I always wanted to see and possibly tour a lighthouse. I always found them fascinating, but I always wanted to stick my feet in the ocean too (also on my bucket list). Oh well, somma do and somma don’t! hehehehe~ So this is the week I start taxes and put away 2019. OHHHHH FUN! NOT!!!! Guess I’ll have to call and find out how long you’re supposed to save your paper work. I sure wish the law would stop changing all the time first it’s 7 yrs. then 3 yrs. then 10 yrs. and back to 7 yrs. grrrrrrrrrrrrr MAKE UP MY MIND! Oh well, WHO LUVS YA BABY? MEEEEEEEEEEE Have a great day! SENDING BIG HUGS!!!

    • Sandee says:

      Hubby has taxes all done. We owe as always. Oh well. Seven years is what I’ve always been told. We have it for longer than that. Love you bunches. πŸ™‚

      • XmasDolly says:

        WOW, We are too much alike. I have longer than 7 too! We’ve got 10 yrs. hmmm well I’ll worry about that after taxes get done & I’ll find out from a lawyer friend. I’ll let you know too if you like. Man, it’s been a LONG day! Talk soon… love you lots! BIG HUGS….

  9. Pam says:

    I love the look of all lighthouses and the reason for those being build. HOWEVER I have never been to one. That is on my bucket list of things to do. Thanks for sharing.

  10. Anne Robinson says:

    Nice share. Love seeing this kind of share. Makes me want to go on a vacation. I am tired of all the snow, which is falling outside my window right now. It feels like it will never go away. Thanks for sharing and hosting. HUGS

    • Sandee says:

      You’re most welcome for hosting and thanks for playing along, Anne. Yes winter does hang on in many places. We’ve had spring like weather for the last week. Wonderful. Big hug. πŸ™‚

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