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Naturerbe Wattenmeer

Utlandshörn / Westermarsch

Naturerbe Wattenmeer

Hier stehen sie auf einer sogenannten Buhne die dazu dient die Wellen zu brechen und ihnen somit die Kraft zu nehmen das Land (Ufer) zu zerstören.

Desweiteren dienen sie dazu zu verhindern dass das Land weggespült wird.
Sie werden seit jahrhunderten zur Landgewinnung genutzt.

Utlandshörn in der Westermarsch liegt zwischen Norddeich und der Leybucht.
Westermarsch ist ein Stadtteil von Norden.

In der Ferne sind die ostfriesischen Inseln Juist (320°) und Norderney (12°) zu sehen, so wie der Hafen von Norddeich (42°).

Was sagt Wikipedia zu Utlandshörn ?

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Copyright: Günter Jibben
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Taken: 03/07/2015
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Tags: deutschland; germany; niedersachsen; lower saxony; ostfriesland; east frisia; wattenmeer; naturerbe; nationalpark; deich; norderney; norddeich; juist; watt; westermarsch; utlandshörn; steinbuhne
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