In honor of Maine—the Lighthouse State—we're rounding up some of the world's most impressive coastal beacons. Let's take a look!More
Where: Pemaquid, ME
Claim to Fame: Commissioned by John Quincy Adams in 1827, this lighthouse is forever memorialized on the state's quarter.
Where: Andros, Greece
Claim to Fame: Off the coast of the port city of Andros, this lighthouse looks like it came straight out of a storybook. The original, which was built in 1897, was destroyed in World War II—luckily an oil tycoon had it rebuilt in 1996.