Historical or otherwise significant lighthouses that are located within the inscribed area of a WHS
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- Brazilian Atlantic Islands: Various Link
- Campeche: Ex-Templo de San José: a lighthouse, complete with weather vane, atop the right spire. Link
- Cape Floral Region: Cape Point lighthouse, Old and New. The light of the new lighthouse is the most powerful on the South African coast.
- Cilento and Vallo di Diano: Licosa
- Colonia del Sacramento
- Curonian Spit: Pervalka lighthouse on the small island at the end of the Zirgai Horn (1900); also one in Nida. Link
- Defence Line of Amsterdam: Battery near the IJ before Durgerdam (vuurtoreneiland)
- Desembarco del Granma National Park: Lighthouses of Cabo Cruz and Maisí, well-preserved works from the XIX Century that are examples of these construction systems (nomination file)
- Dorset and East Devon Coast: Portland Bill lighthouse (dating from 1669)
- Fertö/Neusiedlersee: Neusiedlersee - Podersdorf Link
- Fortress of Suomenlinna: Suomenlinna has a unique church that was used as a lighthouse.
- Galapagos Islands: At least 4 Link
- Isole Eolie: Lighthouse on Strombolicchio
- Lagoons of New Caledonia: Phare Amédée
- Leptis Magna: The base of a 30-35m high lighthouse. It was a twin of one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the Pharos of Alexandria. Link
- Macao: Lighthouse dating from 1865. It is the oldest Western-style lighthouse in Asia.
- Mahabalipuram: There is a watch tower located in a small hill apart from the caves which guided the traders coming through the sea for trade in this ancient trade port of Pallava kingdom. A fire will be let in this watch tower to guide the sea travelers during Pallava times. Just next to this watch tower is the light house taller than watch tower built by British. (chennaionnet.com)
- Melaka and George Town: In front of St. Paul's church, built by the British
- Ningaloo Coast: Vlamingh Head near the very top of Cape range NP Link
- Old City of Acre: Pisan lighthouse
- Old Town of Galle: Inside Galle Fort Link
- Paphos: This is a disused lighthouse which stands above a Roman amphitheater in Paphos. It is situated afew hundred meters from the sea.
- Peninsula Valdes Link
- Qal'at al-Bahrain: Base of Ruined tower which was possibly a lighthouse
- Red Bay Basque Whaling Station: On Saddle Island
- Rjukan / Notodden: 10 of the original 11 lighthouses along Tinnsjøen Lake (1908/1939/1962) (AB ev)
- Robben Island: A small lighthouse on Minto Hill in the southern part of the island (1864). Link
- Rock Islands: Ngeremdiu lighthouse: old German Lighthouse, remains from turn of the 19th century mining efforts on Palau
- San Pedro de la Roca Castle: Dating from 1840
- Sanganeb: The lighthouse at Sanganeb Atoll is a historic building and is an important part of Sudanâ€™s maritime heritage. Construction of the modern lighthouse was started in 1950, but there was a structure present at this site from at least 1907. See Link
- Sceilg Mhichíl: In the 19th century two lighthouses were built; the second lighthouse still operates
- Schokland: Replica of a lighthouse dating from 1915 at the old harbour of Emmeloord, with next to it the original house of the lighthouse keeper Link
- Serra de Tramuntana: 19th cent (AB ev)
- Southern Öland: Lange Jan Lighthouse located at the most southern point of Oland
- St. Petersburg: Several Link
- Stevns Klint: Two protected lighthouses
- Tower of Hercules
- Tubbataha Reefs: Tubbataha Lighthouse Link
- Vegaøyan: Bremstein lighthouse
- Wadden Sea: In the Hamburg Wadden Sea NP - on the island of Neuwerk - "The lighthouse existing today was built between 1367 and 1369 after a fire destroyed the earlier one. It is Hamburg's oldest existing building as well as Hamburg's last fortification" (it is 120 kms from Hamburg but is an administrative exclave!) Link
- Walled City of Baku: The Maiden Tower possibly once served as a lighthouse Link
- West Lake: Liuhe Pagoda is used as lighthouse for the Qiantang River (wiki)
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