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Lindesnes lighthouse
The Norwegian lighthouse history starts at Lindesnes in 1656 when the first light was lit to guide mariners along the long Norwegian coast. (more : Lindesnes lighthouse from www.coastlight.net)

Lindesnes is not only the one lighthouse with a lighthouse keeper, it’s also the only one with an intact foghorn. Rolf was not sure if it’s the only one in Norway, or even worldwide. On a weekend in July is foghorn day, when visitors can hear the fog horn – well, rather they try, while pressing their hands to his ears to hear their own thoughts. In "Lindesnes, the southernmost lighthouse in mainland Norway ", by Michael on September 21, 2013, from Lighthouses of Norway.


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