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Lighthos on the East coast
Lighthos on the East coast At the end of road 952 one can find the lighthouses of Dalatangi. Yes, indeed, two lighthouses! The older one was built in 1899 and is more a house than a tower. The younger one has been raised approx. 20 years later like many other lighthouses in Iceland. Typical for those lighthouses from the 1920ies are the colors yellow/orange and the battlement at the top of the tower.
Lighthos on the East coast
Lighthos on the East coast At the end of road 952 one can find the lighthouses of Dalatangi. Yes, indeed, two lighthouses! The older one was built in 1899 and is more a house than a tower. The younger one has been raised approx. 20 years later like many other lighthouses in Iceland. Typical for those lighthouses from the 1920ies are the colors yellow/orange and the battlement at the top of the tower.
Lighthos on the East coast
Lighthos on the East coast At the end of road 952 one can find the lighthouses of Dalatangi. Yes, indeed, two lighthouses! The older one was built in 1899 and is more a house than a tower. The younger one has been raised approx. 20 years later like many other lighthouses in Iceland. Typical for those lighthouses from the 1920ies are the colors yellow/orange and the battlement at the top of the tower.
Lighthos on the East coast
Lighthos on the East coast At the end of road 952 one can find the lighthouses of Dalatangi. Yes, indeed, two lighthouses! The older one was built in 1899 and is more a house than a tower. The younger one has been raised approx. 20 years later like many other lighthouses in Iceland. Typical for those lighthouses from the 1920ies are the colors yellow/orange and the battlement at the top of the tower.