There is one mysterious place in the southeast of Sakhalin...
Cape Aniva attracts travelers with its mystery and inaccessibility. It is located between the Sea of Japan and the Sea of Okhotsk. On the lonely rock of Sivuchya, the majestic tower of the lighthouse rises, the unique design of which has become a symbol of the Far East region.
Before the construction of the lighthouse at Cape Aniva, dozens of ships crashed against the underwater rocks. The sea route was considered one of the most difficult. A place washed by the cold waters of the Sea of Okhotsk and blown by sea winds. Despite the need to solve the problem of navigation safety, the idea of building a tower seemed extremely crazy. The ingenious Japanese engineer Miura Shinobu undertook to translate the idea into reality.
The construction of the lighthouse began in 1939 and was completed only in 1946. Miura Shinobu and the team managed to accomplish the impossible — on a small patch, on a nine-meter cliff located in the middle of the ocean, they erected a reinforced concrete tower, the height of which is 31 meters (102 ft).
Due to the inaccessibility of the lighthouse and the possibility of getting to it only by water, the construction of the tower is still considered the most complex structure and a great achievement in the world of lighthouse construction.
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