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Kashinozaki Lighthouse, Kushimoto-cho
(4.1/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
is a lighthouse on the island of Kii Ōshima, which is administered by Kushimoto, Wakayama, Japan.HistoryIt was one of the lighthouses designed by Richard Henry Brunton, who was hired by the government of Japan in the Meiji period to help construct lighthouses in Japan to make it safe for foreign ships.
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  • Active lighthouse active since a Turkish naval disaster. Much to be seen here along a beautiful coastline. 
  • Go on a tour. Confirmed for the evening was still light as an active Lighthouse light. A valuable historical building helped the people of Turkey's naval history.
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  • To the lighthouse will score free of charge. (Not allowed in. ) Even with spectacular views of ocean I forget time, overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Bubbles down the cliff to produce a fantastic Blue is so beautiful. Was a welcome antidote to the pleasant sea breeze. And at a distance of about 500 m from the free car park and Memorial Turkey, Turkey ships wrecked monument is located along the way. A view from the bridge along the way is breathtaking. Recommended!
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