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It has 268 steps and was constructed with 1,250,000 bricks. It has 268 steps.

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According the the official website (see link below) the "barber pole" striped Cape Hatteras lighthouse has 268 steps. Also every 31 steps there is a landing at where you can rest.


There are many at the coast..Cape Hatteras, NC.


There are two black and two white stripes that wrap the tower exactly 1 1/2 times, tapering as they spiral upwards. Each lighthouse has a unique "daymark" to allow mariners to recognize the lighthouse by day, and both Cape Lookout and Cape Hatteras received their painted marks in 1873.



According to this website: http://www.lighthousesoftheouterbanks.net/cape_lookout.html, there are 201 steps inside Cape Lookout Lighthouse.


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because it had many people construct it



The Fire Island lighthouse has 156 iron steps and two small ladders.


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No. Cape Hatteras is a cape on the coast of North Carolina. It is the point that protrudes the farthest to the southeast along the northeast-to-southwest line of the Atlantic coast of North America. Two major Atlantic currents collide just off Cape Hatteras, the southerly-flowing cold water Labrador Current and the northerly-flowing warm water Florida Current (Gulf Stream), creating turbulent waters and a large expanse of shallow sandbars extending up to 14 miles offshore. These shoals are known as Diamond Shoals. Because mariners utilize ocean currents to speed their journey, many ships venture close to Cape Hatteras when traveling along the eastern seaboard, risking the perils of sailing close to the shoals amid turbulent water and the frequent storms occurring in the area. So many ships have been lost off Cape Hatteras that the area is known as the "Graveyard of the Atlantic".


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According to their official website (see link below) there are 219 steps to the observation deck.


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There are no islands in the proximity of Bermuda, other than the islands of Bermuda. The closest landmass is Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. Hatteras Island, also known as Croatan Island, is doubtless the closest island to Bermuda worth mentioning, but it is 640 miles away, so can hardly be described as "around Bermuda".


There are 5 steps to enter the lobby. 199 on the cast iron tower stairs and 13 from the watchroom to the lantern itself. Total 217. However the lantern stairs are off limits to all but the Coast Guard so the total for most climbers is 204.


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