|Bari Light, 2009|
|Year first constructed||1869|
|Foundation||2-story masonry keeper's house|
|Markings / pattern||white, gray metallic lantern|
|Height||205 feet (62 m)|
|Focal height||218 feet (66 m)|
|Range||24 nautical miles (44 km; 28 mi)|
|Characteristic||three white flashes every 20s|
|ARLHS number||ITA-141; EF-3706|
Bari Light, also known as Punta San Cataldo Light is an active lighthouse in Bari, Italy. At a height of 205 feet (62 m) it is the seventeenth tallest "traditional lighthouse" in the world. Located in Punta San Cataldo, at the base of the Molo San Cataldo, on the west side of the harbor of Bari, it guides ships to the harbor of Bari.
The site is open, but the tower is closed to the public.
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- List of Lights, Pub. 113, The West Coasts of Europe and Africa, the Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea and Azovskoye More (Sea of Azov) (PDF). List of Lights. United States National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency. 2009. p. 189.
- Rowlett, Russ. "Lighthouses of Italy: Puglia". The Lighthouse Directory. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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