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It was destroyed by two earthquakes.
it wasn't destroyed.
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Unlikely. The lighthouse was destroyed in the 1300s.
The Lighthouse of Alexandria was built in ALexandria, Egypt around 250BC. The Lighthouse destroyed by a series of earthquakes over several centuries, until in 1480AD even the concrete base was no longer able to be found.
no, do to earthquake's, it was destroyed in the 1300s
It does not exist today, destroyed by earthquakes, the stones are at the bottom of the sea
No. It was destroyed as a result of two earthquakes, commencing in the 1300s.
It is believed that, not only was the lighthouse at Alexandria the tallest lighthouse in the world for its time, but no lighthouse constructed since then has equalled it in height. It employed remarkable technology for the time, and stood for many centruies before being destroyed by a series of earthquakes.
The lighthouse at Alexandria was also known as Pharos.
Because it was the light for ships that came in, and it was a treasure to the citizens. It was a big tower, so they called it the "Lighthouse of Alexandria", since it was in Alexandria.
the oldest lighthouse is the lighthouse of Alexandria
What materials were used to build The Lighthouse of Alexandria
The lighthouse of Alexandria was built between 285 and 247 BC.
about 2,350 people built the lighthouse of alexandria
The Lighthouse of Alexandria was in Alexandria, Egypt. It was located on the African continent.
It is an old lighthouse
Lighthouse of Alexandria .
It is believed that, not only was the lighthouse at Alexandria the tallest lighthouse in the world for its time, but no lighthouse constructed since then has equalled it in height.
the lighthouse of Alexandria was made to direct ships away from the shore or to the shore
The lighthouse of Alexandria ( also known as the Pharos of Alexandria ) was built on the island of Pharos at Alexanria, Egypt.
The Great Pyramids of Giza The Hanging Gardens of Babylon (destroyed) The Statue of Zeus at Olympia (destroyed) The Temple of Artemis at Ephesus (destroyed) The Mausoleum of Halicarnassus (destroyed) The Colossus of Rhodes (destroyed) The Lighthouse of Alexandria (destroyed)
In the harbor at Alexandria Egypt