|Year first constructed||1873-1874|
|Year first lit||1874|
|Focal height||11 metre|
|Range||17 nautical mile|
|Characteristic||F Occ W 10s|
Stawa Młyny is a beacon (German: Mühlenbake) in the shape of a windmill in Świnoujście, West Pomeranian Voivodeship; in Poland. The beacon acts as a signal for vessels entering the Port of Świnoujście, from the Baltic Sea. The beacon is 10 metres in height; painted white with a black roof. The beacon was built between 1873-1874 during the modernisation of the ship route into the Port of Świnoujście.
Stawa Młyny is an official symbol of Świnoujście, being part of the official logo of the city, which is characterised with the beacon. The beacon is a popular tourist attraction in Świnoujście and the Island of Uznam; the beacon is known for being featured on postcards of the town, and is popular part for guided tours around Świnoujście.
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- "Stawa Młyny Legends and History". Radio Szczecin. Retrieved 4 October 2015.
- "Logo Of Świnoujście". Świnoujście. Retrieved 4 October 2015.
- "Stawa Młyny Navigation Beacon". Polska Niezwykła. Retrieved 4 October 2015.
- "What to see and do in Świnoujście". Holiday Check. Retrieved 4 October 2015.
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