Today there are still some 750 structures across Canada that function or have functioned as lighthouses, 59 of them in the province of Quebec. But it's in the Gaspé Peninsula, several hours north of Quebec City along the south bank of the Saint Lawrence River, that fans of these structures can experience what many consider the continents loveliest mix of scenery with a string of several dozen historic lighthouses - some converted to museums and lodgings, others simply... keep reading

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