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English: Southerness is a small coastal village in the South West of Scotland. Southerness is located approximately south of the A710 between Caulkerbush and Kirkbean. The town today is mainly a tourist village and has for many years had a large number of static caravans, some private and many rented to holiday makers. One of the main landmarks is its lighthouse which was built in 1749 and is one of the oldest lighthouses in Scotland. The lighthouse stands approximately 17 meters tall and was decommissioned in the 1930s. The village also has a golf course designed by Mackenzie Ross which was built in 1947.
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