Thursday, September 29, 2011
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This light sits at the North East tip of Punta Secca, a penninsula on the East side of the main harbour at Messina on the Island of Sicily, Italy. It is situated on a military compound which encompasses the majority of the North end of the penninsula. It is located only a short distance North of the Faro di San Raineri. Photos taken in September 2011.
This tower that sits on the main breakwater at the port of Civitavecchia, Italy is not a true lighthouse, but has been constructed to enhance the area where cruise ships arrive in the port. It is not far from the remains of the original Civitavecchia lighthouse. It is not however a true replica of the original light. Photos taken in September 2011.
The lighthouse, Molo de San Vicenzo sits on the long breakwater (Mole de San Vicenzo) at the main entrance to the port at Naples, Italy. This beautiful red lighthouse sits near a statue of San Gennaro. The lighthouse was constructed in 1916. Photos taken in September 2011.
This lighthouse sits at the South West end of a detached breakwater that protects the main harbour of Naples, Italy. It is located across from the Molo de San Vicenzo lightouse at the main entrance to the harbour. Photos taken in September 2011.
This red and white light sits on the South mole in the harbour at Palermo on the Island of Sicily in Italy. It sits atop a small building at the end of the mole in an area of marinas. Photos taken in September 2011