The Baily Lighthouse


The Baily Lighthouse was built in 1814 on a rocky promontory on Howth overlooking Dublin Bay. It was at this location that the Norse Vikings fled to regroup after the Battle of Clontarf in 1014 and was also the point where they boarded their longboats and left Howth for the last time after the Normans invasion in 1177. The lighthouse looks out over the main shipping channel between Dublin to Britain.

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