The Lighthouse of Genoa is the fundamental beacon for the city's port. Other than being an imperative guide tonight route in the region, the pinnacle fills in as an image and a milestone for the City of Genoa. At 249 feet 76 m it is the world's fifth tallest beacon and the second tallest "conventional" one, worked of stonework.
It is built in two square bits, every one topped by a patio; the entire structure is delegated by a lamp from which the light is shone. Remade in its present shape in 1543 supplanting the previous beacon, it is the world's third most established beacon, following the Tower of Hercules in A Coruña, Spain, and Kõpu Lighthouse, on the island of Hiiumaa, Estonia.