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Norway has a very long coast and has therefore many lighthouses in various size and shapes. One of the more special ones is Kjeungskjær Fyrstasjon. It is located in Ørlandet, in the county of Sør-Trøndelag. It has an octagonal shaped base, is 20.6m high and is made of stone. It was built in 1880 and was made automatic in 1987.
Do you want to rent it for a week or two? You can, here. As you can see for yourself this is a popular place to visit, and passing ships (especially Hurtigruten) are obviously the highlights of the day.
Published by RuneE kl. 19:40