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Hirtshals Fyr
Denmark

View from Hirtshals lighthouse.

The foundation stone of Hirtshals Fyr was laid on June, 28th 1860. Operation started on January, 1st 1863 under the first lighthouse keeper Peder Halvorsen Bjørneboe.

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