Hörnum, Sylt island, Germany
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Sylt island, Germany
Welcome to Germany's northernmost island. With an area of around 99 square kilometres, Sylt is the largest German island in the North Sea. Nationwide it ranks fourth in size behind the Baltic Sea islands of Rügen, Usedom and Fehmarn. This photo was taken in the tranquil municipality of Hörnum, on the southernmost tip of the island, whose rugged landscape is characterised by erosion from the wind and sea and is constantly shrinking.
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