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Stockholm Archipelago / Öja / Landsort Fyr

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Oldest Swedisch lighthouse that's still in use. The Dutch merchant Johan van der Hagen, living in Stockholm, ordered it's building in 1658.

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Album name:Hans de Graaf / Sweden
Rating (1 votes):55555(Show details)
Current status (active, not active, museum etc):Active
Height of the tower, m:25 Focal plane elevation above sea level, m:45
Light Description (light sectors, colour of the light, number of flashes etc):Light1: Composite group flashing, 4+1 flashes in 60s, white unintens 190°-197°. Shown 24 hours 1/11-31/3, Light2: occulting, 10s, 323.5-351.2 green, 351.2-358 white, 358-23 red, 23-323.5 no light
Range, nm:Light1: 22 nm, light2: white 14 nm, red 11 nm, green 10 nm
Coordinates (in any format):58 44.3771 N 17 51.9424 E
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Date added:Jan 18, 2013
DateTime Original:2010:06:29 14:55:15
Keywords:Stockholm Archipelago ; Stockholm ; Sweden ; Baltic sea
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