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Seehundstation und Waloseum, Norden

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Seehundstation und Waloseum is located in Norden. With our international travel planner, Norden attractions like Seehundstation und Waloseum can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • You should visit the seal station at feeding times. Very instructive made for children. During feeding, you can get a very good overview of working with these animals through a lecture.
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  • During a visit of the town of Norden-Norddeich to get benefit, visit the seal drip station. In addition to interesting information on seals and the Wadden Sea you can admire younger there also depending on the time of year to medieval audibles, which are raised in this station due to emergency situations. Here comes the word "Sweet" on the lips then like ever. It was the highlight of a visit to North dike twice already. I can recommend but directly to solve the Combi-ticket, and then in the remote Waloseum to go a few kilometres. There, one learns much about life and the dimensions of cetaceans and can see them birds of Watts and the surrounding area (but only in stuffed version). Who cares for animals and has no problem with it, to look at stuffed animals, should take a look. When I next time in Norddeich, the two points are certainly back on to do - list.
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  • The seal station and the Waloseum are worth a visit whether young or old. It explains much to the Habitat Wadden Sea, even with views. We come here like every holiday in East Frisia.
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