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燈塔澳門-東望洋燈塔 Farol da Guia 舊稱松山燈塔-中國沿海地區最古老的現代燈塔
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É uma torre de alvenaria de pedra, em forma de tronco de cone, com cerca de 13,5 m de altura. A base do farol tem um diâmetro de 7 m que se estreita até aos 5 m no topo, onde foi construída uma galeria circular de serviço, e uma outra mais abaixo, de observação. A torre de 3 andares, pintada de branco com bordadura amarelo-dourado, tem um exterior rústico e simples, em harmonia com a capela que lhe está adjacente. Uma lanço de escada em espiral, situado no interior da estrutura, permite o acesso à lanterna com cúpula vermelha.[1][2]http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Farol_da_Guia_%28Macau%29

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Tags: 東望洋燈塔; farol da guia; 舊稱松山燈塔; 東望洋炮台; 古老的現代燈塔
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