'Phare de Port-Said.', c1900. The lighthouse of Port Said, Egypt, was built in 1869 during the reign of Ismail Pasha (1863-1879) to plans by the French architect François Coignet (1814-1888). [Isaac Behar, Port-Said, c1900]
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