I happened to find this fairy-tale cute lighthouse outside Oslo Harbor, Norway. It's called the Kavringen Lighthouse, and it's located next to a very small islet that's also a wildlife refuge, called Kavringen.
It has a small wooden top, that looks similar to the steeple of a stave church.
Here's a bit of information about it, from Lighthouses of Norway.
- Established 1892 and still active.
- 13 m (43 ft) octagonal wood tower with an unusual wood lantern topped by a spire. Tower painted white with one narrow red horizontal band; lantern is brown. s
- Focal plane 12 m (39 ft); white, red or green light depending on direction, occulting in groups of three.
- Located in the inner harbor of Oslo, between Hovedøya and the Filipstad container terminal.