The bridge separates the Haddebyer Noor and the Selker Noor from each other.
The word Noor comes from the Danish ("Nor") and means "Haff" or "Strandsee" and refers to the north of Schleswig-Holstein usually a almost completely separated from the sea, sea-like waters. These areas are of great ecological importance as they provide a unique habitat for many species of animals.
Worth seeing: Not far from the bridge is the large Sigtrygg stone, a replica of a Viking-age rune stone.
January 10, 2016
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