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Podersdorf lighthouse
Austria
The lighthouse on the main bridge Podersdorf, located right in the middle of the resort, was built as a landmark, and for storm warnings for the water sports as part of the redesign of the 2 km long bathing beach. The Leuchtturmwart Friedrich Kummer is a regionally well-known and original host.
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