There are so many wonderful, historical places to visit at the Jersey Shore, and we want to test your knowledge of the landmarks all around us.

So, it's time to play another round of Name The Jersey Shore Landmark. We give you some historical facts and geographic clues about a landmark location at the Jersey Shore and try to find out if you can identify it.

Let's start out with some historical facts about the location in the spotlight today. Here are the first group of clues. If this location could talk, it might say...

(1) They originally gave me a geographically wrong name. It was corrected March 1,1897.

(2)  The first day I shined was December 10. 1896.

(3) I am the last "live in" building of my kind to be built on the Atlantic Coast.

There you have all the clues you should need to name this Jersey Shore landmark. If you want a bonus clue, we will tell you this. This location is between Navesink and Barnegat. That's all we're going to tell you.

Take your best guess at this one and we'll publish the official answer tomorrow morning. Good luck!

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