Galich transmitter

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The Galich transmitter is an unfinished facility for FM and TV broadcasting near Galich in Russia at 58°26'27"N 42°37'43"E. The 350 metres tall antenna tower was built in 1991 as a lattice steel structure with square cross section, guyed in 4 directions. However, the nearby transmitter building remains unfinished.

The mast of the Galich transmitter may in spite of its height not carry any workable air-traffic obstacle lights. It is the tallest never used man-made structure in Europe.

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Coordinates: 58°26′27″N 42°37′43″E / 58.4408°N 42.6286°E / 58.4408; 42.6286