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Suomen leijona

Suomen leijona, The Lion of Finland, is a marker light and radio beacon in the Northern Baltic Sea operated by the Finnish Maritime Administration, located 46 km Southwest of the island of Utö, six kilometers outside the Finnish territorial waters but inside the country's exclusive economic zone. The original Suomen leijona, The Lion of Finland, was a caisson lighthouse; the lighthouse had a futuristic design with a helipad on the top of a downward tapering tower, which made great demands on the foundation and the bottom of the tower. In 1992 it was discovered that the foundation had been under-mined and that the lighthouse was threatening to collapse; the problem was remedied by filling with rubble, but the problem recurred in 2004. Deemed too dangerous to repair the lighthouse, it was demolished in 2005 and replaced by the much smaller, marker light / radio beacon; the lighthouse tower at Kotka, similar to the original light-house

Luohu Foreign Languages School

Luohu Foreign Languages School, or LFLS, is a First-Class School of Guangdong Province located in Liantang Sub-district, Luohu District, Shenzhen City, Guangdong Province. It is both a junior middle school. On 24 April 1999, the People's Government of Luohu District built Luohu Foreign Languages School at the original address of the Shenzhen School of Technology. In May 2005 LFLS became a First-Class School of Luohu District. In April 2003 LFLS became a First-Class School of Shenzhen City. In April 2004 LFLS became a First-Class School of Guangdong Province. In September 2007 Liantang Middle School Campus came into service as the junior section of LFLS. LFLS has two campuses: Headquarters: Senior section, located at Xianhu Road. Liantang Middle School Campus: Junior section, located at Guowei Road. 1999~2006: Chen Han'gang 2006~2013 Yuan Liangping 2013~now Ning Ge Xmas garden party "Super Star" Campus Singer Contest Campus sports meeting Reading Month Official website of Luohu Foreign Languages School Official website of Luohu Foreign Languages School