Murano Lighthouse (Italian: Faro dell'Isola di Murano) is an active lighthouse located in the south east part of the island of Murano in the Venetian Lagoon on the Adriatic Sea.
The first lighthouse, built in 1912, was a metal skeletal tower on piles, which was deactivated in 1934 when became operational the current. The lighthouse consists of a two-stages cylindrical stone tower, 35 metres (115 ft) high, with double balcony and lantern. The tower is painted white, on the upper stage are painted two black horizontal bands facing the range line, on the east side, in order to have the lighthouse more visible during the day.
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Gita Ramanan | Apr 27, 2018
Beautiful sun-kissed spot as you wait to take the ferry to Burano.
Katie Hylton | Jun 19, 2017
An awesome place to see the world-renown Murano glass be blown! Their skill is incredible. Some things you see in the gift store will be cheaper than what is sold on the streets of Venice, while other things, like wine corks and pendants, are a bit more expensive.
Μιχάλης κοντός | Mar 26, 2018
Martin Hak | May 10, 2018
Andrew Zang | Jul 7, 2017
Frequent ferries to Burano and Venice here.
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