The "Lange Anna" is a 47 meter high red sandstone rock needle in northwestern Heligoland. Since 2001, the rock is due to its porous nature as an acute collapse hazard. In the meantime, the islanders are always worried about their world-famous landmark in strong storms. The time for visitors rushes so.
October 5, 2019
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