Lighthouses are evidence of our desire to explore even the remotest corners of Earth.
Argentina’s coastal region stretches over 2,800 miles and is lined with 62 lighthouses made of cast iron, brick or concrete. Following a 200 year-old tradition, the first lighthouses were constructed at the end of the 19th century. While a few of them are unmanned, most of them are still guarded by lighthouse keepers – isolated and single men who live in these remote destinations, left to make sure that the light would not go off.
Ep.1: The Lighthouse of Punta Mogotes
Ep.2: Lighthouses and Sunken Ships
Ep.3: Summer Lighthouses
Ep.4: Pioneers and Lighthouses
Ep.5: Lighthouses and Shipwrecks.
Ep.6: Lighthouses of Desire
Ep.7: A Lighthouse Far Off
8: Lighthouses at the End of the World
Genre: Documentary Series/Adventure
Year of Production: 2021
Language: Spanish with English subtitles
Director: Alejandro Areal Velez
Available Territories: Worldwide excluding Argentina