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Northern lights over Gerðistangaviti lighthouse
Northern lights over Gerðistangaviti lighthouse Northern lights over Gerðistangaviti lighthouse. Reykjanes. Iceland
Northern lights over Gerðistangaviti lighthouse
Northern lights over Gerðistangaviti lighthouse Northern lights over Gerðistangaviti lighthouse. Reykjanes. Iceland
Reykjanes Lighthouse in the Twilight
Reykjanes Lighthouse in the Twilight Reykjanesviti is Iceland's oldest lighthouse. It serves as a landfall light for Reykjavík and Keflavík. The tower is a 31 metres (102 ft) tall construction, situated on the southwestern edge of the Reykjanes peninsula. The original structure was built in 1878; just eight years later the building was destroyed by an earthquake. In 1929 the current Reykjanesviti lighthouse, a concrete construction yet with traditional looks, was illuminated. Its focal plane measures 73 metres above sea level
Northern lights, Aurora borealis
Northern lights, Aurora borealis Northern lights, Aurora borealis
The lighthouse at the top of Dyrhólaey
The lighthouse at the top of Dyrhólaey The small peninsula, or promontory, Dyrhólaey (0.192 Miles / 120 meters) (formerly known as „Cape Portland” by seamen) is located on the south coast of Iceland, not far from the village Vík. It was formerly an island of volcanic origin, which is also known by the Icelandic word eyja meaning island.
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.
Reykjanesviti is Iceland's oldest lighthouse.
Reykjanesviti is Iceland's oldest lighthouse. Reykjanesviti is Iceland's oldest lighthouse. It serves as a landfall light for Reykjavík and Keflavík.. The tower is a 31 metres (102 ft) tall construction, situated on the southwestern edge of the Reykjanes peninsula.[1] The original structure was built in 1878; just eight years later the building was destroyed by an earthquake. In 1929 the current Reykjanesviti lighthouse, a concrete construction yet with traditional looks, was illuminated. Its focal plane measures 73 metres above sea level. If the weather permitting you can glimpse at the island of Eldey, which rises from ocean, and witnes the foamy waves beating up on the dark rocks. Close by is the country‘s largest mud pool, Gunnuhver, which will be our next stop