Lighthouse Noordertoren Schiermonnikoog

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The red lighthouse at the Dutch island Schiermonnikoog has no official name, but is referred to as Noordertoren. Weather reports from the coastal waters were provided from the tower. In 1998 the tower was painted red.

The red lighthouse is not open to the public and it can’t be climbed.

The other white tower is the second former lighthouse of Schiermonnikoog, de Zuidertoren.

Characteristic
Name: Noordertoren
Built: 1853
Tower height: 37,0 m
Light height (above sea level): 55,5 m
Floors: 8
Stair treads: 153
Manned: Yes
Open to the public: No

Furthermore Lighthouse Noordertoren Schiermonnikoog is near the following sights: Lighthouse Zuidertoren Schiermonnikoog (±1,0 km), Swimming Pool de Dúnatter (±1,3 km), Informatiecentrum het Baken (±1,4 km), Wasserman Bunker (±2,3 km) & Marina Schiermonnikoog (±2,4 km).

For information:

Vuurtorenpad 28, Schiermonnikoog

Location