Carol I Lighthouse Carol I Lighthouse was built in 1909, close to the Royal Pavilion, to honor and remind the works that were carried on in Constanța Harbor during the reign on King Carol I of Romania.
The Harbor Museum is located in the building known between the WW as the Queen’s Nest or the Royal Pavilion. The building is situated on the former entrance pier to the port and was planned and realized under Anghel Saligy’s direct leadership in 1909-1910. The first wooden construction was rebuilt with brick and concrete in 1927-1928. The last intervention took place in 1983-1985. The museum shows harbor traditions and activities from ancient Tomis period to nowadays.