Insel Neuwerk

Wattenmeer ©Peter Köber
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Platz ©Peter Köber
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Park ©Peter Köber
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Neuwerk is a Wadden Sea island on the German North Sea coast and a homonymous quarter of the city of Hamburg, Germany. During low tide the island can be reached on foot or by horse carriages from Cuxhaven, at other times by ship. The island is 3,6km² big. The most interessting building on the island is the lighthouse from 1310. It is the oldest building of the city fo Hamburg.

Locations nearby

Details of Windmühle Edda
25693 St. Michaelisdonn
As a protection against storm tides the rivers between the North Sea and lower Elbe are being cut off by a barrage. The most important building of this kind is the Eidersperrwerk. The area around Eider and Treene are being protected against high … 
Details of Eidersperrwerk
25764 Wesselburenerkoog
Originally built in order to process crude oil. These days the oil port near Brunsbuettel also participates in the import of oil which is transported to Hemmingstedt through a pipeline . 
Details of Raffinerie Hemmingstedt
25770 Hemmingstedt
27499 Insel Neuwerk
Nationalpark-Verwaltung Hamburgisches Wattenmeer
Nationalpark-Station Neuwerk Turmwurt

27499 Insel Neuwerk
Local contact
Public authorities
AAA Bezirksamt Hamburg Mitte
Fachamt Management des öffentlichen Raumes, Sondernutzung MR1
Caffamacherreihe 1-3
20355 Hamburg
Phone 040-428 54 33 57/ -3413