Swedish lighthouse Malmö interior

Malmö interior N 55 37, O 13 00

Hamnfyren Malmö inner at the V inlet to the inner harbor, Malmö, Öresund. Staffed 1822-1936. As early as 1822, the city of Malmö had a wooden harbor lighthouse built about 14 m high. In 1878, the lighthouse (Malmö inner) was replaced by an approximately 20 m high octagonal tower in iron, designed by Axel and Hjalmar Kumlien, standing on an octagonal plinth of granite and yellow refractory brick, with the lantern containing the lamp and the 4th order lens. The lighthouse was extinguished in 1983 and is no longer included in the harbor's lighthouse lighting. The lighthouse has since had a "lighthouse" from a simple light bulb aimed at the city. All previous lighthouse equipment has been removed. The lighthouse is owned by the city of Malmö, which also owns Malmö's outer lighthouse.

398,00 kr incl. VAT

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