The lighthouse Amrum is located in the south of the German North Sea island Amrum, about two kilometers west of Wittdün. It belongs to the municipality Nebel and is one of the landmarks of the island. In the summer months it is open to the public. Also on Amrum are the beacons of Norddorf and Nebel and the disused fire-bearer of Wittdün. The beacon Wriakhörn was demolished in 2016The fire height of the lighthouse is 63 meters above the mean flood and is one of the highest on the German North Sea coast. The tower itself is 41.8 meters high and its peak thus 67.7 meters above sea level. The function is that of a sea fire. About 197 steps leads to the viewing area. The range of the beacon is 23.3 nautical miles.
October 5, 2018
The Amrum lighthouse with its building height of 41.8 m is the highest lighthouse on the west coast. 297 steps lead from the foot of the dune to the balcony, 172 of them in the tower. The lighthouse was built on a 25 m high dune.Visits in the summer from Monday to Friday from 8.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. The view is terrific
May 28, 2020
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