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Its first operation dates back to 1897 at a height of 67 meters above sea level. It consists of a cylindrical tower of 9,5 meters and a house for  lighthouse personnel. During the World War II it remained close because the lighting  machines were stolen. Since 1980 electrified,  and emitting a white flare luminescence every 1.5” and  at 22 nm.

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