Access to Aniva Lighthouse on Sakhalin to be Restricted from May 20

Access to Aniva Lighthouse on Sakhalin to be Restricted from May 20


The Ministry of Tourism of the Sakhalin Region has announced that access to the Aniva Lighthouse and directly inside this historical structure will be restricted from May 20. These measures will be taken to ensure the safety of tourists, as the lighthouse is currently in a state of disrepair.

Nevertheless, tourists will still have the opportunity to see one of the most beautiful lighthouses in the world from the water. In addition, it will be possible to land on a small rock where the structure is located and take beautiful pictures.

Repair work is scheduled to begin this year. Builders will use modern technologies to increase the strength of the structure of the historical building. As a result, the lighthouse will be returned to its original appearance, and tourists will see it as it appeared to sea vessels in the forties of the last century.

A museum will appear inside the building, where you can learn about the history of lighthouses, lighthouse affairs on Sakhalin, and see the life on the Aniva lighthouse during the Japanese and Soviet periods. The room on the 8th floor of the lighthouse building, where the lantern structure is located, will be preserved.

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