Noordwijk Lighthouse (in Dutch: Vuurtoren van Noordwijk aan Zee) is a lighthouse located in Noordwijk, South Holland, Netherlands.
The first mention of a lighthouse in Noordwijk was in 1444 when fishermen returned home when the sun went down. The light was lit only when fishermen were active at sea. In the 19th century a wooden platform built which was replaced in 1854 by a stone turret. This light was demolished in 1913.
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