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Travel Leuchtturm Amrum

Amrum Lighthouse stands in the south of the North Frisian island of Amrum. It was opened in 1875 and is the highest accessible tower on the North Sea coast. The Amrum lighthouse has an impressive height of 41.8 meters. The lighthouse can be climbed in the mornings during the summer months, and from the top you have a fantastic view of Amrum, the neighboring islands of Sylt and Föhr, as well as the Wadden Sea World Heritage Site.


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Seaside Sticker Selection
Come and lets go to the sea! This lovely Seaside Sticker Selection, featuring 39 stickers of different shapes and sizes on a sheet, is like a little time off. Enjoy using the selction of lovely stickers for your postards, planners, letters and anything else you can think of! Dimensions:  105 x 148 mm  Design by papersisters, Made in Germany.

Leuchttürme Nordsee I
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Travel Leuchtturm Friedrichsort
Green-white, standing on a small island and made of reinforced concrete - characteristics of the lighthouse Friedrichsort in the Kiel Fjord. This lighthouse, 31.7 meters high, has been in operation since 1971, replacing its predecessors - the first beacon at this location dates back to 1815. The route to Kiel Harbor and the locks of the Kiel Canal pass by this structure. In 2022 Deutsche Post honors the lighthouse with issuing of a stamp.

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Travel Leuchtturm Pilsum
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Schleswig-Holstein - German Landmark Series
This beautiful province in the far North of Germany has beaches on the Baltic sea and North sea - fresh air guaranteed!

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Spending time at the beach is usually very nice! The air, the smell and taste of salt water, long walks - and maybe there is a small shell to keep as a souvenir. Does that sound good? This lovely postcard in vintage travel style takes you to the beach within seconds!

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Leuchttürme Nordsee II
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