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The Dlugosz Lighthouse

The Dlugosz Lighthouse, currently occupied by an eccentric band of three servants, dates back many hundreds of years, perhaps even thousands. The original building is made of an ancient stone that is nearly impervious to the weather. The lighthouse portion was built in the seventeen hundreds by a Kazakh king named Abul Khair Khan. Later it was used as a weigh station for gold miners who were mining one of the nearby islands. And then, in the late eighteen hundreds, it was taken over by the Groh family and converted into a grand fishing lodge. Over the years, additional safety precautions were installed in the lighthouse; cannons, steel spikes, heavy chains for all the servants and even a hot air balloon used for both aerial fishing and escape.

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