The island of Rügen (Rugia in Latin) is Germany's largest island and is located off the coast of Western Pomerania in the Baltic Sea. It measures 51km from north to south and 43km from east to west and has a total area of 926 km². Rügen has a very rugged coastline with plenty of bays and lagoons. It is famous for its steep white chalk cliffs (the Königsstuhl) on its northern coast. Along the northern coast of Rügen there are a number of beaches with several beach resorts, of which Binz is the main one. Rügen has ferry connections to Sweden and is accessible by car via the Rügen bridge near the city of Stralsund.

01 House in the green 02 White villa 03 Klunderberg street 04 Flagpoles 05 Promenade and Kurhaus hotel 06 Kurhaus hotel
07 Villa Glueckspilz 08 Villa Glueckspilz 09 Villa Sirene 10 Yellow flower 11 Street musician and boy 12 Hotel Casino
13 White villa 14 Flowerbed 15 Villa Holsatia 16 Villa Charlotte 17 Protestant church 18 Protestant church
19 Early morning fog 20 Train on beach street 21 Fritz brewery 01 Beech forest 02 Koenigsstuhl
03 Koenigsstuhl and forest 04 Viewing platform 05 Koenigsstuhl 06 Koenigsstuhl 07 Beach
08 White chalk cliffs 09 Koenigsstuhl 10 Koenigsstuhl 11 Starcase in the forest 12 Swans in the sea
01 Sellin beach and pier 02 Sellin pier 03 Beach at sunset 04 Beach at sunset
05 Sellin pier 06 Diving cabin 07 White strandkorbs on beach 08 Sellin pier
09 Sellin pier 10 Sellin pier 01 Path to the beach 02 Binz beach
03 Access to the pier 04 Binz beach 05 Beach 06 Southern beach 07 Southern beach
08 Grand Hotel Kurhaus 09 Beach and Grand Hotel Kurhaus 10 Northern beach 11 Southern beach
12 Southern beach 13 Beach
14 Beach 15 Cap Arkona ferry 16 Binz beach
17 Sand sculpture 18 Binz beach 19 Watching the girls 20 Strandkorb
21 Beach 22 Beach 23 Woman in bikini
24 Cape 25 Women walking on the beach
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