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Jonnys hill panorama
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Jonnys Hill ist eine künstlich aufgeschüttete Erhebung auf der ebenfalls größtenteils aufgeschütteten Düne vor der Insel Helgoland. Die Düne ist Schutzgebiet, dient als Badestrand und Heimat der Kegelrobben, die sich hier wohlfühlen und die Touristen bis auf wenige Meter an sich heran lassen.

Benannt wurde der Aussichtspunkt nach seinem Erbauer, John Krüß, der viele Jahre seines Lebens auf der Düne verbrachte und während seiner Amtszeit als Düneninspektor diesen Hügel aufschütten ließ, von dem aus man einen Rundblick über die gesamte Landschaft hat.

Copyright: Steffan correll
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Uploaded: 26/09/2013
Updated: 09/10/2013
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Tags: island; outdoors; helgoland; nature; tourism; north sea
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