Northern Friesland (Nordfriesland), and islands, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, lithograph, published 1887
North Frisian Islands and Northern Friesland (Nordfriesland), the northernmost district of Germany, part of the state of Schleswig-Holstein. Lithograph, published in 1887.
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Remnants of human activity in tidal coastal area at Dutch northcoast
Tidal and coastal area at Dutch northcoast with row of wooden poles showing human activity somewhere in the past with the aim to gain land from the sea. Location: Paesens-Moddergat, Friesland, the Netherlands.
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The pier looks like a piece of art on Vlieland
This pier looks like a piece of art on Vlieland, Netherlands. It is the jetty for the small ferry to the other wadden island Texel. It is outside the tourist season and the pier is partly dismantled.It is located on the Vliehors, a part of Vlieland and also nicknamed 'the Sahara of the North'.In 2009 the Wadden Sea was added to the Unesco world heritage list as it is the largest unbroken system of intertidal sand and mud flats in the world.