Lighthouse Alte Weser
Nordsee, 24863 Börm, Germany
About Lighthouse Alte Weser
The Alte Weser lighthouse is located in the German Bight in front of the Weser estuary. It replaced the Roter Sand lighthouse built-in 1883–1885. It consists of reinforced concrete with a steel jacket and steel structures. It is built 'offshore' in the sand at around 11 m above sea level, the height of the structure is around 40 m above sea level. The range is between 18 and 23 nm, depending on the lighting sector.
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