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Nubble Lighthouse in York, Maine during the Christmas holiday season
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Article, photo by Eric Hurwitz created for on 3/1/2021 @newenglandinfo

Nubble Lighthouse in York Beach, Maine brings in thousands of visitors each summer with its majestic coastal presence. The one-of-a-kind architecture, ocean views and its proximity to the New Hampshire and Massachusetts borders proves that you don't have to travel too far up the state to capture the true flavor of Maine. While summer and also fall and spring serve as weather-friendly times to visit Nubble Lighthouse, many consider the Christmas holiday season as the most memorable Nubble Lighthouse scene. The recipe is simple with white lights hugging the lighthouse and reflecting in the water, making for a most festive heartwarming scene to serve as a shield against the chilly Maine coast and as a precious memory of one of America's most photographed lighthouses dressed up in festive apparel. If you haven't already, you just have to see this beautiful New England coastal scene some time in your lifetime -- even if it means putting on a few extra layers of clothing! For more on Nubble Lighthouse, click here.

Nubble Lighthouse is located at Sohier Park Rd., York Beach, Maine.

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