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Kvassheim lighthouse

Kvassheim lighthouse Photo: GVevik/RSBA Kvassheim lighthouse Photo: GVevik/RSBA Kvassheim lighthouse Photo: GVevik/RSBA Kvassheim lighthouse Photo: GVevik/RSBA Kvassheim lighthouse Photo: Region Stavanger BA
Kvassheim lighthouse Photo: GVevik/RSBA
Kvassheim lighthouse Photo: GVevik/RSBA
Kvassheim lighthouse Photo: GVevik/RSBA
Kvassheim lighthouse Photo: GVevik/RSBA
Kvassheim lighthouse Photo: Region Stavanger BA

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The lighthouse was built in 1912, the last link of a lighthouse network extending up the Jæren coast. Its last keeper left when it was automated in 1990. Kvassheim lighthouse is a part of natioal touristroad Jæren with information boards and toilets.

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Kvassheim lighthouse - Photo: GVevik/RSBA

Kvassheim lighthouse

The lighthouse was built in 1912, the last link of a lighthouse network extending up the Jæren coast. Its last keeper left when it was automated in...

Kvassheim lighthouse

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