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English: Aerial picture of the Hamburg Wadden Sea National Park (German: Nationalpark Hamburgisches Wattenmeer). This park is an exclave of the city state of Hamburg and lies 12.5 km off Cuxhaven in the estuary of the Elbe in the North Sea. The park includes the islands of Neuwerk (above), Scharhörn and Nigehörn (below, appearing as a single island in this picture taken at low tide). The two other islands (right and below right) are parts of the Scharhörn and Neuwerk mudflats (Scharhörner und Neuwerker Watt). Viewing direction is toward the SE.
Nederlands: Luchtfoto van het Hamburgse Nationale Park Waddenzee (Duits: Nationalpark Hamburgisches Wattenmeer). Dit park is een exclave van de stadstaat Hamburg en ligt 12.5 ten NW van Cuxhaven in de monding van de Elbe in de Noordzee. Het park omvat de eilanden Neuwerk (boven), Scharhörn en Nigehörn (die op de foto op één eiland lijken). De twee andere eilanden (rechts en rechts onder) zijn delen van het Scharhörnse en Neuwerkse Wad (Scharhörner und Neuwerker Watt). Blikrichting is naar het zuidoosten.
Date 18 October 2010
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Author Vincent van Zeijst
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