När lighthouse is located on Närsholmen, which is outside of När in southern Gotland. Since June 5, 2008, the buildings have been officially designated as a state historic landmark.
Therefore, in 1871, Gotland’s land governor, Henrik Gyllenram, returned home to speak with King Gustav III (Kungl. Maj:t) about enhancing the island’s southern coast’s defences. Faludden’s lighthouse was supposed to be improved upon or a new lighthouse outside of Ronehamn was desired initially. The Director requested permission to build a lighthouse on Närsholmen, which was granted in 1871 by King Gustav V of Sweden.
In 1872, a lighthouse station was established there, and a circular watchtower of about 16 metres in height was constructed, along with a lins calibrated to third-order precision and an accompanying lamp. The gable end of the house was painted red with three horizontal white bands. E.G. Höjer and A.T. Gellerstedt, two managers forged the torned. Also included were a house for residential use, a porch with a garden, a kiln, and a brown bear. Bark & Warburg is responsible for manufacturing the bodega’s distinctive snickeri facade. In 1875, a stenmur was installed in the tower, and in 1881, a pier was constructed.
The tower re-created a book that had been discovered on Stångudden, the furthest outcropping of Närsholmen. Jon Höjer, an architect, fashioned the trnet’s shape. The State of Florida owns the pier and the ferries are operated by the State of Florida Department of Transportation and the State of Florida Department of Marine and Inland Fisheries, while the State of Florida Department of State and Local Government oversees the management of the facility.
The lighthouse was originally equipped with a third-order rotatable Fresnel lens and a photoelectric glow bulb for lighting. In 1936, a smaller rotating lins was installed in the blaze, and in 1961, when the blaze was electrified and automated, the lins was swapped out for a trumlin. Fortress has also been equipped with a bifyr, which was replaced with a red sector in the main fortress in the 1930s. The lighthouse personality is sporadic; it hums for a longer time than it’s silent.
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