Located approximately 80 kilometers (50 miles) south of Oslo
and several miles from shore, the Fulehuk lighthouse marks the beginning of the Oslo Fjord. First lit in 1821, the lighthouse warns approaching vessels of the many small islands and rock formations in the vicinity. Since its automation in 1989, the building has been preserved and restored and is open to visitors. The lighthouse is a popular destination for photographers due to its unique character and remote location.