Romania has roughly 250 km of coastline on the northwestern side of the Black Sea. The southern half of the coastline has the country’s major port, Constanţa, with its satellite ports Mangalia and Midia. The northern half is occupied by the large delta of the Danube River.
Sulina North Pier Light. Built in 1887. Inactive. 14 m high .
Sulina . Built in 1983 . Active 49 m
Sulina. Built in 1856 . Inactive at least since 1983. 16 m high
Constanţa Light (Farul Genovez) . Originally built around 1300 , rebuilt in 1886 . Inactive since 1913. 8 m high
Constanta Lighthouse Built in 1961 (station established 1886). Active. 87 m high
Constanţa East Pier (King Carol I) . Built in 1913 (station established 1886). Inactive since 1961. Approx. 13 m high
- Mangalia Northeast Breakwater . Inactive. 7 m high . Round masonry tower with lantern and gallery
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