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anatolian lighthouse

The name given to the village where the first lighthouse established in 1834. French and British ships during the Crimean War and the Black Sea entrance of the throat to see the torch to make decisions by May 15 1856'de the French coast with the lighthouse tower is made of the head to be operated. 100 years of the French business 1933'de cancel privileges and completely past the Turks.

The white stone is 20 meters in length of the flashlight. Only the narrow part of the face turned to Beykoz remain in the dark. Protect the Anadolu flashlight original state of the rare flashlight. The engine returns a single crystal of flashlights and light bulbs were added later. Height of 75 m from the sea and the lighthouse, a white light in seconds, and 18 seconds waiting.

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Copyright: Mehmet Ozcan
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10000x5000
Taken: 06/02/2009
Uploaded: 19/03/2009
Updated: 01/03/2015


Tags: anadolu feneri; istanbul; karadeniz; boğaz; fener; mehmet ozcan; 360; turkey
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