IT is enough to make Admiral Nelson turn in his grave.
Trafalgar lighthouse is a beautiful monument in a historically important site, not a money-making vehicle for private developers.
Denying the public free access to the lighthouse is nothing short of a travesty, and those fighting for it to remain open to all deserve all the support they can get.
Clearly Cadiz port authority has grown weary of the lighthouse’s costs, but as is all too often the case, ‘irregularities’ in the application process have thrown up serious questions.
It is time to take a stand and fight for this significant historical monument.
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