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Kvitholmen lighthouse

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Kvitholmen lighthouse Photo: Kvitholmens venner
Kvitholmen lighthouse Photo: Kvitholmens Venner
Kvitholmen lighthouse Photo: Johnny Lindsund
Kvitholmen lighthouse Photo: Johnny Lindsund
Kvitholmen lighthouse Photo: Jhonny Lindsund
Kvitholmen lighthouse Photo: Johnny Lindsund

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Kvitholmen lighthouse (1842) lies on a tiny island north of Hustadvika near the Atlantic Road. The buildings form an enclosed yard and include an engine room, dwelling houses, outhouses and a 12-metre tower built from natural stone. The buildings are of great historical and architectural interest and include many old, preserved elements. The property is protected under the Cultural Heritage Act. Tel. (+47) 71 26 47 00 (times/ registration)/ (+47) 71 20 10 00 (boat transport).
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Kvitholmen lighthouse

Kvitholmen lighthouse (1842) lies on a tiny island north of Hustadvika near the Atlantic Road. The buildings form an enclosed yard and include an...

Kvitholmen lighthouse

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