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What would be the Nordesee without lighthouses? They are simply well worth a visit and a photo!


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Again and again, the legacy of the inventors will attract your attention during your travel through our cultural landscape: this includes the numerous lighthouses. In the truest sense of the word, lighthouses are a „highlight“ and one cannot imagine the North Sea coast landscape without them. Even some church towers which were situated in a strategically fortunate position, were used to take bearings, as old maps document. 

Although todays radio-technical possibilities support the navigation work of the seamen, the lighthouses cannot be replaced. In addition, they have received further tasks: you can visit them, you can go around them (especially at night a real adventure), you can make advertisements with them, live or even marry in a lighthouse – in fact, this is the original function: to use their light to guide into a safe harbor…. All are unique specimen and in addition, they are very beautiful: the old tower of Wangerooge, the yellow-red ringed one in Krummhörn-Pilsum, the other striking islanders or the little brother of the Eiffel tower in Krummhörn-Campen. They all show you the way to go.


Lighthouse in Krummhörn-Pilsum

The lighthouse is an attractive place and a sought-after picture object with its picturesque..


Ancient lighthouse on Wangerooge

The lighthouses on that island have a very eventful history. The oldest light documented at the..


Old lighthouse

Before the first sea mark on Borkum was built the church tower helped sailors to navigate their..


Big new lighthouse on Borkum

Before constructing the first navigation aid on the island of Borkum, seamen orientated according..

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