Bøsse dating Halsnæs
Lighthouse painted white; lantern dome and crown painted red.
Denmark, located at the mouth of the Baltic Sea, includes the north-pointing peninsula of Jylland (Jutland) in the west and a large number of islands to the east.
The capital, København (Copenhagen), is on the island of Sjælland (Zealand).
Like Istanbul and Singapore, Copenhagen stands at one of the great critical passages of world commerce, in this case the entrance to the Baltic Sea from the North Sea.
This page describes the lighthouses of the Hovedstaden, or Capital Region, including the metropolitan area of København. The front light of a range is the forfyr and the rear light is the bagfyr.
Site open; the Anke/Jens site says the tower is open for climbing.