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    Marie and Douglas Pyle of Lewisville, Texas, stroll along the 950-foot breakwater that leads to Spring Point Ledge Lighthouse in South Portland during Maine Open Lighthouse Day on Saturday. Visitors say lighthouses are must-see icons of Maine.

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    Holly Conroy, of Leominister, Mass., rings the bell at Spring Point Light during Maine Open Lighthouse Day on Saturday. Twenty-three lighthouses, including Bug Light and Portland Head Light were opened to visitors.

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    Visitors gather at the top of Bug Light in South Portland as it was opened to the public for free.

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    Siblings Avery, left, and Case Lappin, of South Portland, scan the waters for marine life while waiting to enter Bug Light on Saturday during Maine Open Lighthouse Day.

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    U.S. Coast Guard fireman Justin Busch leads a tour group up the spiral staircase within Portland Head Light.

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    Visitors take in the view from the top of Portland Head Light.

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    Visitors could experience a dizzying view from atop Portland Head Light on Saturday. Maine has more lighthouses than any other state.

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