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List of lighthouses in Uruguay

This is a list of lighthouses in Uruguay.

The following is a list of fifteen Uruguayan lighthouses:

Date   Image   Name   Number
ARLHS  
Number
Admiralty  
Outreach
(in meters)  
Coord  [1]
1876
Faro de Isla de Farallón URU 003 G0762 10.2
1857
Faro de Colonia del Sacramento URU 007 G0756 7,8
1915
Faro de la Panela URU 011 G0736 9,8
Faro de la escollera Sarandí G0704
1802
Faro Cerro de Montevideo URU 009 G0702 19,2
1876
Faro de Punta Brava URU 012 G0700 18,5
1828
Faro de Isla de Flores URU 001 G0690 19,2
Faro de Punta Negra URU 015 G0688
1860
Faro de Punta del Este URU 008 G0682 8,8
1806
Faro de Isla de Lobos URU 002 G0676 22,9
1938
Faro Aéreo de Rincón del Bonete
1877
Faro de José Ignacio URU 006 G0672 12,7
1874
Faro de Cabo de Santa María URU 004 G0668 20,5
1881
Faro de Cabo Polonio URU-005 G0662 19,5
1977
Faro de Punta Palmar URU-013 G0660 8,8

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References

  1. ^ "Información para Navegantes" (in Spanish). Retrieved 17 October 2012. 
  • This article draws heavily on the in the Spanish-language WorldHeritage, which was accessed in the version of 10/2012.

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