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The first lighthouse at Gunnarshaug was lit on November 10th in 1836. From 1853 to 1873 the station consisted of three towers, and was the worlds largest at the time. Today a 34 metre tall stone tower built in 1853 is in full operation at the site...more
The Lista lighthouse is wonderfully located on a small hill, directly next to the sea. The flat area around the lighthouse, allows you a wide panoramic view from the top of it. There is also a possibility to walk around on the rocky coast, or...More
If you have ever visited a lighthouse, anywhere, anytime, in you life, you can skip this experience. It is a lighthouse - nothing more, nothing less. It has a good view, but that's about it. If you enjoy the photo below, then you have experienced...More
We stopped at the Lista lighthouse on our drive from Stavanger to Oslo. We were there early May and have been informed that the lighthouse is under renovations therefore closed until June. We walked around and by the ocean, visited the engine room which also...More
This light house i surrounded by a fantastic nature. The sea is rough and spectacular. Originally 3 lighthouses, you can see the ruins of the other two. At night the light house offers a "carusel" of light. Visit it!