Cape of Rodon
|Cape of Rodon|
Map of the Cape of Rodon
|Ocean/sea sources||Adriatic Sea, Mediterranean Sea|
|Location||Cape of Rodon|
|Year first constructed||1884 (first)|
|Year first lit||2007 (current)|
|Construction||metal lamp post|
|Tower shape||cylindrical lamp post|
|Markings / pattern||grey metal post with light atop|
|Tower height||3 metres (9.8 ft)|
|Focal height||40 metres (130 ft)|
|Light source||solar power|
|Range||8 nautical miles (15 km; 9.2 mi)|
|Characteristic||Fl (2) W 10s.|
The Cape of Rodon or Cape of Skanderbeg (Albanian: Kepi i Rodonit or Kepi i Skenderbeut) is a rocky cape on the Adriatic Sea north of Durrës, Albania. On the Cape is the Rodoni Castle, built by Skanderbeg in 1463. and a Saint Anthony Church. Further south in the bay between the cape and Rrushkull Reserve there exist several beach resorts like Fshati Turistik Lura while Lalzit Bay Resort is under construction.
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