The Dueodde Lighthouse (Danish: Dueodde Fyr) is located on the Danish island of Bornholm. It was built during the years 1960–62 and commissioned on 15 August 1962. It is 47 m (154 ft) in height, with a focal height of 48 m (157 ft). It is the nodal point of the southeast coast line, warning ships to keep away from the extreme southern tip of the island. Dueodde Lighthouse is Denmark's tallest lighthouse and one of the most important lighthouses of the Baltic Sea.
Bornholm features varied topography, such as Almindingen, Hammeren, Jons Kapel, Paradisbakkerne, Rytterknægten, and Dueodde. The lighthouse was built on the western side of Dueodde's sand dunes, on the island's extreme southern tip.
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Nick Lenci | Feb 15, 2018
Beautiful lighthouse nestled in the dunes.
Steffen Nielsen | Dec 30, 2017
Great view at the best sandy beaches
P. J. Ray | Mar 26, 2017
A must-visit for a trip to Bornholm - the beach landscape out here is amazing!
Steffen Nielsen | Jan 22, 2018
Best view of Dueodde
M W | Sep 9, 2017
very good sight
N King | Apr 29, 2018
Just a lighthouse...go for the sand dunes and the frontier species (Google it).
Tanmay Bhowmik | Jun 14, 2018
Nice lighthouse. It has 196 steps to go to top. You can see sand dunes and nice view of Dueodde. Entry fee 10 kr
Lars Voss Toft | Jun 14, 2018
Located at a beautiful beach
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