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Skan rs fyr
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Skanörs fyr är belägen på hamnpiren i Skanör. Fyren tillkom år 1881, för att underlätta seglationen för det nya bolaget Skånska Kustens ångbåtar. Skanörs fyr är alltjämt aktiv. Mer info på: http://www.vellinge.se/uppleva-gora/turism/sevardheter/ovrigt-sevart/skanors-hamn/

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Uploaded: 03/03/2012
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Tags: hamn; segelbåtar; bad; fiske
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