The California Lighthouse
The California lighthouse or otherwise known by locals as faro blanco, is a 98- foot operating lighthouse. The construction of the lighthouse was completed in 1916 and was named after the steamship California, which wrecked in 1891 just of the rocky North Coast of Aruba. It was in 1919 when the lighthouse first became operation. The first lighthouse keeper was a gentleman called Jacob Jacobs who came from Curaçao.