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Hiking in the Mud Flat, Wadden Sea or Watt

Part of UNESCO’s World Heritage, the Wadden Sea is a kind of intertidal zone in the North Sea. The tide goes out and leaves the flat bottom. You can walk from island to island in those hours… for some people … Continue reading

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And Let it be Light – The Magic of Light Festival in Travemünde

The days are getting shorter and every day a few minutes earlier I have to switch on the light. So now the time starts for light festivals and soon I will witness again lanterns held by children going through the … Continue reading

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Sleeping at the Dike

It has been decades that I’ve wanted to go to do some hiking in the mudflats, the North Sea Watt. It is something very special when the sea water level decreases and leaves the sea bottom without water, the also … Continue reading

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On the Path of the Vikings (2) – Haithabu Museum

This summer we were on the path of the Vikings who lived once in most of the parts of the nowadays Schleswig-Holstein region in northern Germany. Haithabu (or Hedeby) is a great place to discover more. Here there are re-constructed … Continue reading

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On the Path of the Vikings (1) – Haithabu Village

This summer I was at the Haithabu village near to Schleswig in the north of Germany to explore the life of more than a thousand years ago. Haithabu was an international trading center between the 8th and 11th century. Heiðabýr … Continue reading

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