The Currituck Beach Light is an easily recognizable brick structure in the town of Corolla, North Carolina.
More than one million bricks were used to construct the Currituck Beach Light. The walls of the Currituck Beach Light are extremely thick in order to withstand environmental factors such as high winds and hurricane surges.
The Currituck Beach Light is one of many brick lighthouses built along the Outer Banks of North Carolina to help guide trading ships up and down the coast.
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