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Dunes Near Nr Lyngvig Lighthouse Denmark
Denmark

Nr. Lyngvig Lighthouse is situated at Holmslands Klit between Soendervig and Hvide Sande on the west coast of Denmark. It was built in 1906. The light is 53 m. above sea level. The tower itself is 38 m.

Next to the lighthouse is a small exhibtion telling above the nature and the lighthouse and you can climb the stair and have a beatiful view from the top of the tower.

Copyright: Flemming v. larsen
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Uploaded: 15/07/2009
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Tags: lighthouse; holmsland klit; ringkøbing fjord; narth sea; denmark
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