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G7-GERMANY/ENERGY
RTX1CH54
May 11, 2015
Wind turbines are pictured in RWE Offshore-Windpark Nordsee Ost in the North sea, 30 km from Helgoland,...
Helgoland, Germany
Wind turbines are pictured in RWE Offshore-Windpark Nordsee Ost in the North sea, 30 km from Helgoland...
Wind turbines are pictured in RWE Offshore-Windpark Nordsee Ost in the North sea, 30 km from Helgoland, Germany, May 11, 2015. REUTERS/Christian Charisius/Pool
G7-GERMANY/ENERGY
RTX1CH51
May 11, 2015
Wind turbines are pictured in RWE Offshore-Windpark Nordsee Ost in the North sea, 30 km from Helgoland,...
Helgoland, Germany
Wind turbines are pictured in RWE Offshore-Windpark Nordsee Ost in the North sea, 30 km from Helgoland...
Wind turbines are pictured in RWE Offshore-Windpark Nordsee Ost in the North sea, 30 km from Helgoland, Germany, May 11, 2015. REUTERS/Christian Charisius/Pool
G7-GERMANY/ENERGY
RTX1CH1P
May 11, 2015
A symbolic plug is pictured before the inauguration of RWE Offshore-Windpark Nordsee Ost and TenneT converter...
Helgoland, Germany
A symbolic plug is pictured before the inauguration of RWE Offshore-Windpark Nordsee Ost and TenneT converter...
A symbolic plug is pictured before the inauguration of RWE Offshore-Windpark Nordsee Ost and TenneT converter platform HelWin alpha as part of G7 energy ministers meeting, on HelWin alpha converter platform in the North sea, 30 km from Helgoland, Germany, May 11, 2015. REUTERS/Christian Charisius/Pool
G7-GERMANY/ENERGY
RTX1CH17
May 11, 2015
Wind turbines and the converter platforms HelWin alpha and HelWin beta are pictured in RWE Offshore-Windpark...
Helgoland, Germany
Wind turbines and the converter platforms HelWin alpha and HelWin beta are pictured in RWE Offshore-Windpark...
Wind turbines and the converter platforms HelWin alpha and HelWin beta are pictured in RWE Offshore-Windpark Nordsee Ost in the North sea, 30 km from Helgoland, Germany, May 11, 2015. REUTERS/Christian Charisius/Pool
G7-GERMANY/ENERGY
RTX1CH10
May 11, 2015
Wind turbines are pictured in RWE Offshore-Windpark Nordsee Ost in the North sea, 30 km from Helgoland,...
Helgoland, Germany
Wind turbines are pictured in RWE Offshore-Windpark Nordsee Ost in the North sea, 30 km from Helgoland...
Wind turbines are pictured in RWE Offshore-Windpark Nordsee Ost in the North sea, 30 km from Helgoland, Germany, May 11, 2015. REUTERS/Christian Charisius/Pool
G7-GERMANY/ENERGY
RTX1CH0Z
May 11, 2015
Wind turbines are pictured in RWE Offshore-Windpark Nordsee Ost in the North sea, 30 km from Helgoland,...
Helgoland, Germany
Wind turbines are pictured in RWE Offshore-Windpark Nordsee Ost in the North sea, 30 km from Helgoland...
Wind turbines are pictured in RWE Offshore-Windpark Nordsee Ost in the North sea, 30 km from Helgoland, Germany, May 11, 2015. REUTERS/Christian Charisius/Pool
G7-GERMANY/ENERGY
RTX1CGZ5
May 11, 2015
Wind turbines are pictured in RWE Offshore-Windpark Nordsee Ost in the North sea, 30 km from Helgoland,...
Helgoland, Germany
Wind turbines are pictured in RWE Offshore-Windpark Nordsee Ost in the North sea, 30 km from Helgoland...
Wind turbines are pictured in RWE Offshore-Windpark Nordsee Ost in the North sea, 30 km from Helgoland, Germany, May 11, 2015. REUTERS/Christian Charisius/Pool
G7-GERMANY/ENERGY
RTX1CGYN
May 11, 2015
German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel (C) and other officials arrive for the inauguration of RWE Offshore-Windpark...
Helgoland, Germany
German Economy Minister Gabriel and other officials arrive for the inauguration of RWE Offshore-Windpark...
German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel (C) and other officials arrive for the inauguration of RWE Offshore-Windpark Nordsee Ost and TenneT converter platform HelWin alpha as part of G7 energy ministers meeting, on HelWin alpha converter platform in the North sea, 30 km from Helgoland, Germany, May 11, 2015. REUTERS/Christian Charisius/Pool
G7-GERMANY/ENERGY
RTX1CGVD
May 11, 2015
Chief Executive Officer of TenneT Holding B.V Mel Kroon (2L) welcomes German Economy Minister Sigmar...
Helgoland, Germany
Kroon , Chief Executive Officer of TenneT Holding B.V welcomes German Economy Minister Gabriel on HelWin...
Chief Executive Officer of TenneT Holding B.V Mel Kroon (2L) welcomes German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel (2R) on HelWin alpha converter platform in the North sea, 30 km from Helgoland, Germany, May 11, 2015. REUTERS/Christian Charisius/Pool
G7-GERMANY/ENERGY
RTX1CGVB
May 11, 2015
German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel (C) walks on HelWin alpha converter platform in the North sea,...
Helgoland, Germany
German Economy Minister Gabriel walks on HelWin alpha converter platform in the North sea, 30 km from...
German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel (C) walks on HelWin alpha converter platform in the North sea, 30 km from Helgoland, Germany, May 11, 2015. REUTERS/Christian Charisius/Pool
G7-GERMANY/ENERGY
RTX1CGVA
May 11, 2015
German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel (L) speaks with technicians on HelWin alpha converter platform...
Helgoland, Germany
German Economy Minister Gabriel speaks with technicians on HelWin alpha converter platform in the North...
German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel (L) speaks with technicians on HelWin alpha converter platform in the North sea, 30 km from Helgoland, Germany, May 11, 2015. REUTERS/Christian Charisius/Pool
G7-GERMANY/ENERGY
RTX1CGTU
May 11, 2015
Japan's parliamentary Vice-Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Shigeki Iwai, Director-General of...
Helgoland, Germany
Officials hold a symbolic plug during the inauguration of RWE Offshore-Windpark Nordsee Ost and TenneT...
Japan's parliamentary Vice-Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Shigeki Iwai, Director-General of International Renewable Energy Agency Adnan Z. Amin, Chief Executive Officer of TenneT Holding B.V Mel Kroon, EU Commissioner for Climate Action and Energy Miguel Arias Canete, Prime Minister of the German State Schleswig-Holstein Torsten Albig, Hamburg's first mayor Olaf Scholz, German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel and Peter Terium, CEO of German power supplier RWE (L-R) hold a symbolic plug during the inauguration of RWE Offshore-Windpark Nordsee Ost and TenneT converter platform HelWin alpha as part of G7 energy ministers meeting, on HelWin alpha converter platform in the North sea, 30 km from Helgoland, Germany, May 11, 2015. REUTERS/Christian Charisius/Pool
G7-GERMANY/ENERGY
RTX1CGTT
May 11, 2015
Japan's parliamentary Vice-Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Shigeki Iwai, Director-General of...
Helgoland, Deutschland
Officials hold a symbolic plug during the inauguration of RWE Offshore-Windpark Nordsee Ost and TenneT...
Japan's parliamentary Vice-Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Shigeki Iwai, Director-General of International Renewable Energy Agency Adnan Z. Amin, Chief Executive Officer of TenneT Holding B.V Mel Kroon, EU Commissioner for Climate Action and Energy Miguel Arias Canete, Prime Minister of the German State Schleswig-Holstein Torsten Albig, Hamburg's first mayor Olaf Scholz, German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel and Peter Terium, CEO of German power supplier RWE (L-R) hold a symbolic plug during the inauguration of RWE Offshore-Windpark Nordsee Ost and TenneT converter platform HelWin alpha as part of G7 energy ministers meeting, on HelWin alpha converter platform in the North sea, 30 km from Helgoland, Germany, May 11, 2015. REUTERS/Christian Charisius/Pool
GERMANY-LOBSTERS/
RTXZ7DL
May 02, 2013
A European lobster (Hommarus gammarus) is pictured in a breeding station at the Alfred-Wegener institute...
Heligoland, Germany
A European lobster (Hommarus gammarus) is pictured in a breeding station at the Alfred-Wegener institute...
A European lobster (Hommarus gammarus) is pictured in a breeding station at the Alfred-Wegener institute (AWI) on the German island of Heligoland, about 46 kilometres away from the German coastline, April 30, 2013. Biologists at the Alfred-Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research are breeding 3,000 lobsters to be released next year into the Borkum Riffgat offshore wind farm near the island 70 km off the German-Dutch coast. Picture taken April 30, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
GERMANY-LOBSTERS/
RTXZ7DI
May 02, 2013
A European lobster (Hommarus gammarus) is pictured in a breeding station at the Alfred-Wegener institute...
Heligoland, Germany
A European lobster (Hommarus gammarus) is pictured in a breeding station at the Alfred-Wegener institute...
A European lobster (Hommarus gammarus) is pictured in a breeding station at the Alfred-Wegener institute (AWI) on the German island of Heligoland, about 46 kilometres away from German coastline, April 30, 2013. Biologists at the Alfred-Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research are breeding 3,000 lobsters to be released next year into the Borkum Riffgat offshore wind farm near the island 70 km off the German-Dutch coast. Picture taken April 30, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
GERMANY-LOBSTERS/
RTXZ7DD
May 02, 2013
European lobsters (Hommarus gammarus) are pictured in a breeding station at the Alfred-Wegener institute...
Heligoland, Germany
European lobsters (Hommarus gammarus) are pictured in a breeding station at the Alfred-Wegener institute...
European lobsters (Hommarus gammarus) are pictured in a breeding station at the Alfred-Wegener institute (AWI) on the German island of Heligoland, about 46 kilometres away from German coastline, April 30, 2013. Biologists at the Alfred-Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research are breeding 3,000 lobsters to be released next year into the Borkum Riffgat offshore wind farm near the island 70 km off the German-Dutch coast. Picture taken April 30, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
GERMANY-LOBSTERS/
RTXZ7DA
May 02, 2013
European lobsters (Hommarus gammarus) are pictured in a breeding station at the Alfred-Wegener institute...
Heligoland, Germany
European lobsters (Hommarus gammarus) are pictured in a breeding station at the Alfred-Wegener institute...
European lobsters (Hommarus gammarus) are pictured in a breeding station at the Alfred-Wegener institute (AWI) on the German island of Heligoland, about 46 kilometres away from German coastline, April 30, 2013. Biologists at the Alfred-Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research are breeding 3,000 lobsters to be released next year into the Borkum Riffgat offshore wind farm near the island 70 km off the German-Dutch coast. Picture taken April 30, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
GERMANY-LOBSTERS/
RTXZ7D4
May 02, 2013
A European lobster (Hommarus gammarus) is pictured in a breeding station at the Alfred-Wegener institute...
Heligoland, Germany
A European lobster (Hommarus gammarus) is pictured in a breeding station at the Alfred-Wegener institute...
A European lobster (Hommarus gammarus) is pictured in a breeding station at the Alfred-Wegener institute (AWI) on the German island of Heligoland about 46 kilometres away from German coastline, April 30, 2013. Biologists at the Alfred-Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research are breeding 3,000 lobsters to be released next year into the Borkum Riffgat offshore wind farm near the island 70 km off the German-Dutch coast. Picture taken April 30, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
GERMANY-LOBSTERS/
RTXZ7D2
May 02, 2013
A male European lobster (Hommarus gammarus) is pictured in a breeding station at the Alfred-Wegener institute...
Heligoland, Germany
A male European lobster (Hommarus gammarus) is pictured in a breeding station at the Alfred-Wegener institute...
A male European lobster (Hommarus gammarus) is pictured in a breeding station at the Alfred-Wegener institute (AWI) on the German island of Heligoland, about 46 kilometres away from German coastline, April 30, 2013. Biologists at the Alfred-Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research are breeding 3,000 lobsters to be released next year into the Borkum Riffgat offshore wind farm near the island 70 km off the German-Dutch coast. Picture taken April 30, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
GERMANY-LOBSTERS/
RTXZ7CY
May 02, 2013
A male European lobster (Hommarus gammarus) is pictured in a breeding station at the Alfred-Wegener institute...
Heligoland, Germany
A male European lobster (Hommarus gammarus) is pictured in a breeding station at the Alfred-Wegener institute...
A male European lobster (Hommarus gammarus) is pictured in a breeding station at the Alfred-Wegener institute (AWI) on the German island of Heligoland about 46 kilometres away from German coastline, April 30, 2013. Biologists at the Alfred-Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research are breeding 3,000 lobsters to be released next year into the Borkum Riffgat offshore wind farm near the island 70 km off the German-Dutch coast. Picture taken April 30, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
GERMANY-LOBSTERS/
RTXZ7CV
May 02, 2013
A European lobster (Hommarus gammarus) is pictured in a breeding station at the Alfred-Wegener institute...
Heligoland, Germany
A European lobster (Hommarus gammarus) is pictured in a breeding station at the Alfred-Wegener institute...
A European lobster (Hommarus gammarus) is pictured in a breeding station at the Alfred-Wegener institute (AWI) on the German island of Heligoland, about 46 kilometres away from German coastline, April 30, 2013. Biologists at the Alfred-Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research are breeding 3,000 lobsters to be released next year into the Borkum Riffgat offshore wind farm near the island 70 km off the German-Dutch coast. Picture taken April 30, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
GERMANY-LOBSTERS/
RTXZ7CQ
May 02, 2013
An employee passes a sign that reads "Don't Touch Lobsters" in a breeding station of European lobsters...
Heligoland, Germany
An employee passes a sign that reads "Don't Touch Lobsters" in a breeding station of European lobsters...
An employee passes a sign that reads "Don't Touch Lobsters" in a breeding station of European lobsters (Hommarus gammarus) at the Alfred-Wegener institute (AWI) on the German island of Heligoland, about 46 kilometres away from German coastline, April 30, 2013. Biologists at the Alfred-Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research are breeding 3,000 lobsters to be released next year into the Borkum Riffgat offshore wind farm near the island 70 km off the German-Dutch coast. Picture taken April 30, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
GERMANY-LOBSTERS/
RTXZ7CJ
May 02, 2013
A European lobster (Hommarus gammarus) is pictured in a breeding station at the Alfred-Wegener institute...
Heligoland, Germany
A European lobster (Hommarus gammarus) is pictured in a breeding station at the Alfred-Wegener institute...
A European lobster (Hommarus gammarus) is pictured in a breeding station at the Alfred-Wegener institute (AWI) on the German island of Heligoland, about 46 kilometres away from German coastline, April 30, 2013. Biologists at the Alfred-Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research are breeding 3,000 lobsters to be released next year into the Borkum Riffgat offshore wind farm near the island 70 km off the German-Dutch coast. Picture taken April 30, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
GERMANY-LOBSTERS/
RTXZ7CG
May 02, 2013
A European lobster (Hommarus gammarus) is pictured in a breeding station at the Alfred-Wegener institute...
Heligoland, Germany
A European lobster (Hommarus gammarus) is pictured in a breeding station at the Alfred-Wegener institute...
A European lobster (Hommarus gammarus) is pictured in a breeding station at the Alfred-Wegener institute (AWI) on the German island of Heligoland, about 46 kilometres away from German coastline, April 30, 2013. Biologists at the Alfred-Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research are breeding 3,000 lobsters to be released next year into the Borkum Riffgat offshore wind farm near the island 70 km off the German-Dutch coast. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
GERMANY-LOBSTERS/
RTXZ7CF
May 02, 2013
A European lobster (Hommarus gammarus) is pictured in a breeding station at the Alfred-Wegener institute...
Heligoland, Germany
A European lobster (Hommarus gammarus) is pictured in a breeding station at the Alfred-Wegener institute...
A European lobster (Hommarus gammarus) is pictured in a breeding station at the Alfred-Wegener institute (AWI) on the German island of Heligoland, about 46 kilometres away from German coastline, April 30, 2013. Biologists at the Alfred-Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research are breeding 3,000 lobsters to be released next year into the Borkum Riffgat offshore wind farm near the island 70 km off the German-Dutch coast. Picture taken April 30, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
GERMANY/
RTX5GLJ
January 11, 2008
A female grey seal pup watches out on the German island of Helgoland January 11, 2008. A record number...
Helgoland, Germany
A female grey seal pup watches out on the German island of Helgoland
A female grey seal pup watches out on the German island of Helgoland January 11, 2008. A record number of 55 Atlantic grey seal babies have been born on Helgoland's sandy shores this winter after last year's just 32 births and 27 the year before, a responsible for environmental protection on the island says. Helgoland is located 70 km (44 miles) from the German coast line in the North Sea. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTX5GLI
January 11, 2008
A grey seal pup and its mother are pictured on the German island of Helgoland January 11, 2008. A record...
Helgoland, Germany
A grey seal pup and its mother are pictured on the German island of Helgoland
A grey seal pup and its mother are pictured on the German island of Helgoland January 11, 2008. A record number of 55 Atlantic grey seal babies have been born on Helgoland's sandy shores this winter after last year's just 32 births and 27 the year before, a responsible for environmental protection on the island says. Helgoland is located 70 km (44 miles) from the German coast line in the North Sea. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTX5GLG
January 11, 2008
A tourist walks near a grey seal pup on the German island of Helgoland January 11, 2008. A record number...
Helgoland, Germany
A tourist walks near a grey seal pup on the German island of Helgoland
A tourist walks near a grey seal pup on the German island of Helgoland January 11, 2008. A record number of 55 Atlantic grey seal babies have been born on Helgoland's sandy shores this winter after last year's just 32 births and 27 the year before, a responsible for environmental protection on the island says. Helgoland is located 70 km (44 miles) from the German coast line in the North Sea. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTX5GLF
January 11, 2008
A male grey seal pup and its mother rest on the German island of Helgoland January 11, 2008. A record...
Helgoland, Germany
A male grey seal pup and its mother rest on the German island of Helgoland
A male grey seal pup and its mother rest on the German island of Helgoland January 11, 2008. A record number of 55 Atlantic grey seal babies have been born on Helgoland's sandy shores this winter after last year's just 32 births and 27 the year before, a responsible for environmental protection on the island says. Helgoland is located 70 km (44 miles) from the German coast line in the North Sea. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTX5GLE
January 11, 2008
A female grey seal pup is pictured on the German island of Helgoland January 11, 2008. A record number...
Helgoland, Germany
A female grey seal pup is pictured on the German island of Helgoland
A female grey seal pup is pictured on the German island of Helgoland January 11, 2008. A record number of 55 Atlantic grey seal babies have been born on Helgoland's sandy shores this winter after last year's just 32 births and 27 the year before, a responsible for environmental protection on the island says. Helgoland is located 70 km (44 miles) from the German coast line in the North Sea. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTX5GLD
January 11, 2008
A male grey seal pup and its mother rest on the German island of Helgoland January 11, 2008. A record...
Helgoland, Germany
A male grey seal pup and its mother rest on the German island of Helgoland
A male grey seal pup and its mother rest on the German island of Helgoland January 11, 2008. A record number of 55 Atlantic grey seal babies have been born on Helgoland's sandy shores this winter after last year's just 32 births and 27 the year before, a responsible for environmental protection on the island says. Helgoland is located 70 km (44 miles) from the German coast line in the North Sea. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTX5GLB
January 11, 2008
A male grey seal pup cuddles with its mother on the German island of Helgoland January 11, 2008. A record...
Helgoland, Germany
A male grey seal pup cuddles with its mother on the German island of Helgoland
A male grey seal pup cuddles with its mother on the German island of Helgoland January 11, 2008. A record number of 55 Atlantic grey seal babies have been born on Helgoland's sandy shores this winter after last year's just 32 births and 27 the year before, a responsible for environmental protection on the island says. Helgoland is located 70 km (44 miles) from the German coast line in the North Sea. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTX5GL8
January 11, 2008
A female grey seal pup is pictured on the German island of Helgoland January 11, 2008. A record number...
Helgoland, Germany
A female grey seal pup is pictured on the German island of Helgoland
A female grey seal pup is pictured on the German island of Helgoland January 11, 2008. A record number of 55 Atlantic grey seal babies have been born on Helgoland's sandy shores this winter after last year's just 32 births and 27 the year before, a responsible for environmental protection on the island says. Helgoland is located 70 km (44 miles) from the German coast line in the North Sea. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTX5GL7
January 11, 2008
A female grey seal pup is pictured on the German island of Helgoland January 11, 2008. A record number...
Helgoland, Germany
A female gray seal pup is pictured on the German island of Helgoland
A female grey seal pup is pictured on the German island of Helgoland January 11, 2008. A record number of 55 Atlantic grey seal babies have been born on Helgoland's sandy shores this winter after last year's just 32 births and 27 the year before, a responsible for environmental protection on the island says. Helgoland is located 70 km (44 miles) from the German coast line in the North Sea. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTX5GL5
January 11, 2008
A female grey seal pup is pictured on the German island of Helgoland January 11, 2008. A record number...
Helgoland, Germany
A female grey seal pup is pictured on the German island of Helgoland
A female grey seal pup is pictured on the German island of Helgoland January 11, 2008. A record number of 55 Atlantic grey seal babies have been born on Helgoland's sandy shores this winter after last year's just 32 births and 27 the year before, a responsible for environmental protection on the island says. Helgoland is located 70 km (44 miles) from the German coast line in the North Sea. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
HELGOLAND
RTXOUON
July 19, 2006
An aerial view shows the German island of Helgoland (Heligoland) and its landmark the Lange Anna ("Tall...
Helgoland, Germany
An aerial view shows the German island of Helgoland (Heligoland) and its landmark the Lange Anna ("T.....
An aerial view shows the German island of Helgoland (Heligoland) and its landmark the Lange Anna ("Tall Anna"), a free standing 47 metres-high (154 feet) red sandstone rock in the North Sea July 18, 2006. Helgoland is located 70 km (44 miles) from the German coast line and consists of two islands: the populated triangular-shaped one square kilometre ( 0.4 sq mile) main island to the west and the Duene ("dune") to the east.
HELGOLAND
RTXOUOM
July 19, 2006
An aerial view shows the German island of Helgoland (Heligoland) and its landmark the Lange Anna ("Tall...
Helgoland, Germany
An aerial view shows the German island of Helgoland (Heligoland) and its landmark the Lange Anna ("T.....
An aerial view shows the German island of Helgoland (Heligoland) and its landmark the Lange Anna ("Tall Anna"), a free standing 47 metres-high (154 feet) red sandstone rock in the North Sea July 18, 2006. Helgoland is located 70 km (44 miles) from the German coast line and consists of two islands: the populated triangular-shaped one square kilometre (0.4 sq mile) main island to the west and the Duene ("dune") to the east.
GERMANY
RTR1FMPO
July 19, 2006
An aerial view shows the the German island of Helgoland (Heligoland) and its landmark the Lange Anna...
Helgoland, Germany
An aerial view shows the the German island of Helgoland in the North Sea
An aerial view shows the the German island of Helgoland (Heligoland) and its landmark the Lange Anna ("Tall Anna"), a free standing 47 metres-high (154 feet) red sandstone rock in the North Sea July 18, 2006. Helgoland is located 70 km (44 miles) from the German coast line and consists of two islands: the populated triangular-shaped one square kilometre ( 0.4 sq mile) main island to the west and the Duene ("dune") to the east. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY)
GERMANY
RTR1FMPN
July 19, 2006
An aerial view shows the the German island of Helgoland (Heligoland) and its landmark the Lange Anna...
Helgoland, Germany
An aerial view shows the the German island of Helgoland in the North Sea
An aerial view shows the the German island of Helgoland (Heligoland) and its landmark the Lange Anna ("Tall Anna"), a free standing 47 metres-high (154 feet) red sandstone rock in the North Sea July 18, 2006. Helgoland is located 70 km (44 miles) from the German coast line and consists of two islands: the populated triangular-shaped one square kilometre (0.4 sq mile) main island to the west and the Duene ("dune") to the east. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY)
GERMANY
RTXOU4C
July 17, 2006
Heinz-Dieter Franke (L) of the Biological Institute Helgoland (BAH) shows a European hummer (homarus...
Helgoland, Germany
Heinz-Dieter Franke (L) of the Biological Institute Helgoland (BAH) shows a European hummer (homarus.....
Heinz-Dieter Franke (L) of the Biological Institute Helgoland (BAH) shows a European hummer (homarus gamarus) to German Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel at the breeding hall of the BAH on the island of Helgoland in the German North Sea July 17, 2006. Gabriel is on a four-day visit to nature conversation projects in Germany.
GERMANY
RTR1FKZ9
July 17, 2006
German Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel looks out of the window of a helicopter before landing on...
Helgoland, Germany
German Environment Minister Gabriel looks out of the window of a helicopter in the North Sea
German Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel looks out of the window of a helicopter before landing on the German island of Helgoland in the North Sea July 17, 2006. Gabriel is on a four-day visit to nature conversation projects in Germany. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY)
GERMANY
RTR1FKZ5
July 17, 2006
German Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel stands between cylinders filled with water at the breeding...
Helgoland, Germany
erman Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel stands between cylinders on the island of Helgoland
German Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel stands between cylinders filled with water at the breeding station of the Biological Institute Helgoland (BAH) on the German island of Helgoland in the North Sea July 17, 2006. Gabriel is on a four-day visit to nature conversation projects in Germany. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY)
GERMANY
RTR1FKZ1
July 17, 2006
Heinz-Dieter Franke (R) of the Biological Institute Helgoland (BAH) gives explanations about the European...
Helgoland, Germany
Franke of the BAH gives explanations about the European hummer to German Environment Minister Gabriel...
Heinz-Dieter Franke (R) of the Biological Institute Helgoland (BAH) gives explanations about the European hummer (homarus gamarus) to German Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel at the breeding hall of the BAH on the island of Helgoland in the German North Sea July 17, 2006. Gabriel is on a four-day visit to nature conversation projects in Germany. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY)
GERMANY
RTR1FKYY
July 17, 2006
Heinz-Dieter Franke (L) of the Biological Institute Helgoland (BAH) shows a European hummer (homarus...
Helgoland, Germany
Franke of the Biological Institute Helgoland shows a hummer to German Environment Minister Gabriel on...
Heinz-Dieter Franke (L) of the Biological Institute Helgoland (BAH) shows a European hummer (homarus gamarus) to German Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel at the breeding hall of the BAH on the island of Helgoland in the German North Sea July 17, 2006. Gabriel is on a four-day visit to nature conversation projects in Germany. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY)
GERMANY
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March 05, 2002
A row of fisherman's huts lines the seafront on the German island of Helgoland, celebrating 50 years...
Helgoland, Germany
A row of fisherman's huts lines the seafront on the German island of Helgoland, celebrating 50 years.....
A row of fisherman's huts lines the seafront on the German island of Helgoland, celebrating 50 years of independence from Britain in this March 1, 2002 file photo. Helgoland was almost destroyed in 1947 by one of the largest non-nuclear detonations on record, when the British exploded almost 7,000 tonnes of ammunition packed into the island's network of wartime bunkers.
GERMANY
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March 05, 2002
A row of fisherman's huts lines the seafront on the German island of Helgoland, celebrating 50 years...
Helgoland, Germany
A row of fisherman's huts lines the seafront on the German island of Helgoland, celebrating 50 years.....
A row of fisherman's huts lines the seafront on the German island of Helgoland, celebrating 50 years of independence from Britain in this March 1, 2002 file photo. Helgoland was almost destroyed in 1947 by one of the largest non-nuclear detonations on record, when the British exploded almost 7,000 tonnes of ammunition packed into the island's network of wartime bunkers.
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March 01, 2002
German President Johannes Rau drinks a Genever schnaps after a ceremony on the island of Helgoland March...
Helgoland, Germany
German President Johannes Rau drinks a Genever schnaps after a ceremony on the island of Helgoland M.....
German President Johannes Rau drinks a Genever schnaps after a ceremony on the island of Helgoland March 1, 2002. Today 1,600 residents of Germany's non-coastal island Helgoland celebrate the 50th anniversary of its resettlement.
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March 01, 2002
German President Johannes Rau (R) and his wife Christina pose during a visit of the island of Helgoland...
Helgoland, Germany
German President Johannes Rau (R) and his wife Christina pose during a visit of the island of Helgol.....
German President Johannes Rau (R) and his wife Christina pose during a visit of the island of Helgoland March 1, 2002. Today 1,600 residents of Germany's non-coastal island Helgoland celebrate the 50th anniversary of its resettlement.
GERMANY
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March 01, 2002
German President Johannes Rau drinks a Genever schnaps after a ceremony
on the island of Helgoland March...
Helgoland, Germany
GERMAN PRESIDENT RAU DRINKS A FAREWELL SCHNAPS ON THE ISLAND OF
HELGOLAND.
German President Johannes Rau drinks a Genever schnaps after a ceremony
on the island of Helgoland March 1, 2002. Today 1,600 residents of
Germany's non-coastal island Helgoland celebrate the 50th anniversary
of its resettlement. REUTERS/Christian Charisius

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GERMANY HELGOLAND
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March 01, 2002
German President Johannes Rau (R) and his wife Christina pose during a
visit of the island of Helgoland...
Helgoland, Germany
GERMAN PRESIDENT RAU AND HIS WIFE CHRISTINA POSE ON THE ISLAND OF
HELGOLAND.
German President Johannes Rau (R) and his wife Christina pose during a
visit of the island of Helgoland March 1, 2002. Today 1,600 residents
of Germany's non-coastal island Helgoland celebrate the 50th
anniversary of its resettlement. REUTERS/Christian Charisius

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GERMANY HELGOLAND
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March 01, 2002
German President Johannes Rau and his wife Christina pose for a family
picture with women in traditional...
Helgoland, Germany
GERMAN PRESIDENT RAU AND HIS WIFE CHRISTINA POSE ON THE ISLAND OF
HELGOLAND.
German President Johannes Rau and his wife Christina pose for a family
picture with women in traditional costumes during a ceremony on the
island of Helgoland March 1, 2002. Today 1,600 residents of Germany's
non-coastal island Helgoland celebrate the 50th anniversary of its
resettlement. REUTERS/Christian Charisius

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GERMANY HELGOLAND
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March 01, 2002
German President Johannes Rau (C) walks with girls in a traditional
dress on his way to a ceremony on...
Helgoland, Germany
GERMAN PRESIDENT RAU WALKS WITH GIRLS IN TRADITIONAL CLOTHES ON THE
ISLAND OF HELIGOLAND.
German President Johannes Rau (C) walks with girls in a traditional
dress on his way to a ceremony on the island of Helgoland March 1,
2002. Today 1,600 residents of Germany's non-coastal island Helgoland
celebrate the 50th anniversary of its resettlement. REUTERS/Christian
Charisius

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GERMANY HELGOLAND
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March 01, 2002
German President Johannes Rau (L) jokes with two boys in the small
streets of Helgoland's so-called...
Helgoland, Germany
GERMAN PRESIDENT RAU JOKES WITH BOYS ON THE ISLAND OF HELGOLAND.
German President Johannes Rau (L) jokes with two boys in the small
streets of Helgoland's so-called 'Oberland' (upper land) March 1, 2002.
Today 1,600 residents of Germany's non-coastal island Helgoland
celebrate the 50th anniversary of its resettlement. REUTERS/Christian
Charisius

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GERMANY
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February 28, 2002
Two residents are seen in front of so-called "Hummerbude" (lobster hut) in the harbour of Helgoland February...
Helgoland, Germany
Two residents are seen in front of so-called "Hummerbude" (lobster hut) in the harbour of Helgoland .....
Two residents are seen in front of so-called "Hummerbude" (lobster hut) in the harbour of Helgoland February 28, 2002. [After World War Two the British Armed Forces used the evacuated island as a bombing range which destroyed Germany's only non-coastal island almost completely.] On March 1 the 1,600 residents of Helgoland will celebrate the 50th anniversary of its resettlement.
GERMANY
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February 28, 2002
Residents pass each other on stairs connecting Helgoland's lower town with the "Oberland" (upper-land...
Helgoland, Germany
Residents pass each other on stairs connecting Helgoland's lower town with the "Oberland" (upper-lan.....
Residents pass each other on stairs connecting Helgoland's lower town with the "Oberland" (upper-land plateau) February 28, 2002. After World War Two [the British Armed Forces used the evacuated island as a bombing range which destroyed Germany's only non-coastal island almost completely. A German World War Two flak tower was the only surviving structure on the "Oberland" of Helgoland, serving today as a lighthouse. On March 1 the 1,600 residents of Helgoland will celebrate the 50th anniversary of its resettlement.
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February 27, 2002
A couple enjoys the view on Helgoland's famous landmark "Lange Anna" (L) and the colossal red sandstone...
Helgoland, Germany
A couple enjoys the view on Helgoland's famous landmark "Lange Anna" (L) and the colossal red sandst.....
A couple enjoys the view on Helgoland's famous landmark "Lange Anna" (L) and the colossal red sandstone rock during their evening walk on Helgoland's westcoast February 27, 2002. [On March 1 around 1,600 residents of Helgoland will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the beginning of the resettlement of Germany's only non-coastal island.]
GERMANY
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February 27, 2002
- UNDATED FILE PHOTO - A undated file photo shows the North Sea island Helgoland. British Armed Forces...
Helgoland, Germany
- UNDATED FILE PHOTO - A undated file photo shows the North Sea island Helgoland. British Armed Forc.....
- UNDATED FILE PHOTO - A undated file photo shows the North Sea island Helgoland. British Armed Forces used the evacuated island as a bombing range. On April 18, 1947 the British used roughly 7,000 tons of explosives in an attempt to blow up the "Red Rock", the colossal red sandstone rock with all its military installations and tunnels. On March 1 around 1,600 residents of Helgoland are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the beginning of the resettlement of Germany's only non-coastal island.
GERMANY
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February 27, 2002
An undated handout picture shows the North Sea German island Helgoland after a British bomber attack...
Helgoland, Germany
An undated handout picture shows the North Sea German island Helgoland after a British bomber attack.....
An undated handout picture shows the North Sea German island Helgoland after a British bomber attack on April 18-19, 1945 which destroyed it almost completely. A German World War Two flak tower (R) was the only surviving structure on the so-called "Oberland" (upper land) of Helgoland which serves today as a lighthouse for the "Deutsche Bucht" (German Bay). On March 1 around 1,600 residents of Helgoland are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the beginning of the resettlement of Germany's only non-coastal island.
GERMANY
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February 27, 2002
A couple enjoys the view on Helgoland's famous landmark "Lange Anna"
(L) and the colossal red sandstone...
Helgoland, Germany
A COUPLE ENJOYS THEIR EVENING WALK ON THE ISLAND OF HELGOLAND.
A couple enjoys the view on Helgoland's famous landmark "Lange Anna"
(L) and the colossal red sandstone rock during their evening walk on
Helgoland's westcoast February 27, 2002. On March 1 around 1,600
residents of Helgoland will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the
beginning of the resettlement of Germany's only non-coastal island.
REUTERS/Christian Charisius

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GERMANY
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February 27, 2002
A women strolls with her dog to watch Helgoland's famous landmark
"Lange Anna" (L) and the colossal...
Helgoland, Germany
A WOMEN WATCHES THE NORTH SEA DURING HEAVY STORM OVER THE ISLAND OF
HELGOLAND.
A women strolls with her dog to watch Helgoland's famous landmark
"Lange Anna" (L) and the colossal red sandstone rock on Helgoland's
westcoast February 27, 2002. On March 1 about 1,600 residents of
Helgoland are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the beginning of the
resettlement of the Island. Helgoland is Germany's only non-coastal
island, in the North Sea. REUTERS/Christian Charisius

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