Even older than the Hagia Sophia is the second century Torre de Hércules in Galicia, Spain. Excluding tombs (which, in a sense, are always occupied) perhaps only one or two other continually used buildings in the world are old as this lighthouse.
(photograph by Fernando Méndez)

Even older than the Hagia Sophia is the second century Torre de Hércules in Galicia, Spain. Excluding tombs (which, in a sense, are always occupied) perhaps only one or two other continually used buildings in the world are old as this lighthouse.

(photograph by Fernando Méndez)

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