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"Hello, We are in August (17:08 to 22:08.) For the first time in Wangerooge. What advice do they have for us? Thank you. Regards Dietmar Franke" (posted 07/20/2016)

Hello! At 17.8 / 18.8 / 19.8 / 20.8 / 21.8, you can take part in a gyroplane flight over the East Frisian Islands. At 18.8 a guided walk across the mudflats, a guided village tour and a tour of the historic lighthouse takes place there. In the evening you can enjoy an evening at the theater with music. Or just enjoy the peace and nature on this island.
Answer provided by Melanie Schuette on 07/21/2016
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Wangerooge Overview

Wangerooge is also a municipality in the district of Friesland in Lower Saxony in Germany.

Things to See in Wangerooge

The island is attractive to tourists due to the beaches, various recreation facilities and its relaxed atmosphere. The island's slogan, visible on a sign at the harbor, emphasizes this: "God created time, but he never mentioned haste." A yearly beach volleyball tournament, usually held at the beginning of August, is one of the main attractions in the summer, and has served to modify the general impression that the island is exclusively attractive to older people and young families. In addition, windsurfing, kite-surfing and board-riding activities attract younger people.

As for historical sites and other places of interest, the island has one active lighthouse, one old lighthouse, and the Western Tower. Since the whole island used to be shifting constantly eastwards until sea defenses were built a century ago, old buildings were gradually lost to the sea. The Western Tower was built in 1597 and was originally in the east of the island.

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More about the History of Wangerooge

Wangerooge is one of the East Frisian Islands. It is the easternmost and smallest of the inhabited islands in this group (according to some other measurements, Baltrum is the smallest) and the only one that belonged to the historical district of Oldenburg between 1815 and 1947, whereas Borkum, Juist, Norderney, Baltrum, Langeoog and Spiekeroog always belonged to the county of Ostfriesland. As of the census of 2004, the island has 1,055 inhabitants. Especially in summer the island accommodates more than 7,000 visitors a day.

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Wangerooge is one of the 32 Frisian Islands in the North Sea located close to the coasts of the Netherlands, Germany and Denmark.

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