The North Sea coast in Lower Saxony consists mostly of wetlands, marshes and sand dunes. The Wadden Sea national park, an intertidal zone extending along the coast, rich in biological diversity was inscribed on UNESCO's World Heritage list in 2009. The North Sea coast in Lower Saxony attracts a large number of tourists during the summer months.

01 Fishing net 02 Harbour of Carolinensiel 03 Harbour of Carolinensiel 04 Harbour of Carolinensiel 05 Harbour of Neuharlingersiel 06 Fishing cutter
07 Fishing net 08 Seagull 09 Fishing net with chain cable 10 Fishing net 11 Fishing utilities
12 Fishing utilities 13 Ships rope 14 Bicycle at coast 15 Rainy weather pulling up 16 Rainy weather pulling up
17 Low tide at the North Sea 18 Shrimp cutter 19 Shrimp cutter 20 Canal to the island Spiekeroog 21 Canal to the island Spiekeroog
22 View over the North Sea 23 Fishing trawler in Wremersiel 24 Sailing ship in Wremersiel 25 Salt marsh 26 Fishing net
27 Fishing net 28 Shrimp cutter 29 Shrimp cutter 30 Windjammer Alexander von Humboldt 31 Windjammer Alexander von Humboldt
32 Windjammer Alexander von Humboldt 33 Windjammer Thalassa 34 Windjammer Thalassa 35 Windjammer Thalassa 36 Windjammer Thalassa 37 Windjammer Thalassa
38 Windjammer Aphrodite 39 Windjammer Aphrodite 40 Sailing rigging 41 Jade-Weser-Port-Cup 2009 42 Rough North Sea 43 Rough North Sea
44 Rough North Sea 45 Fishing trawler 46 Rainbow over the North Sea 47 Rainbow over the North Sea 48 Harbour of Fedderwardersiel
49 Harbour of Fedderwardersiel 50 Rainbow over the North Sea 51 Rainbow over the North Sea 52 Rainbow over the North Sea
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