Lindesnes lighthouse tour | Norway | The most south you can come!

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Lindesnes Lighthouse (Norwegian: Lindesnes fyr) is a coastal lighthouse at the southernmost tip of Norway, about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) southwest of the village of Høllen in Lindesnes municipality in Vest-Agder county.

The present lighthouse was built in 1915, although the station was first built in 1656 to mark the entrance to the Skaggerak and the Baltic Sea from the North Sea. The current 16.1-metre (53 ft) tall lighthouse is cast iron with a granite foundation. The lighthouse is painted white, with a red top. The light sits at an elevation of 50.1 metres (164 ft) and it emits a fixed and flashing white light that is always on and it rotates between a low intensity and high intensity light every 20 seconds. The light comes from a first order Fresnel lens that can be seen for up to 17.7 nautical miles (32.8 km; 20.4 mi)

Going to the most south part of norway has always been on my bucketlist. I did want to fish while i was here, but the weather was too windy, so it was dangerous to go down to the water sadly.

I had a blast visiting this area and I highly reckommend everyone to take a look if you are going past this place.

Music: Ehrling - Sommar
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