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EUROPE-WEATHER/NETHERLANDS
RTX4ZD02
February 28, 2018
People walk on fractured ice on the Wadden Sea during the low tide near the island of Schiermonnikoog,...
SCHIERMONNIKOOG, Netherlands
People walk on fractured ice on the Wadden Sea during the low tide near the island of Schiermonnikoog...
People walk on fractured ice on the Wadden Sea during the low tide near the island of Schiermonnikoog, the Netherlands, February 28, 2018. REUTERS/Cris Toala Olivares
EUROPE-WEATHER/NETHERLANDS
RTX4ZCZY
February 28, 2018
Shells frozen in ice are seen at the frozen part of the Wadden Sea near the island of Schiermonnikoog,...
SCHIERMONNIKOOG, Netherlands
Shells frozen in ice are seen at the frozen part of the Wadden Sea near the island of Schiermonnikoog...
Shells frozen in ice are seen at the frozen part of the Wadden Sea near the island of Schiermonnikoog, the Netherlands, February 28, 2018. REUTERS/Cris Toala Olivares
EUROPE-WEATHER/NETHERLANDS
RTX4ZCZ8
February 28, 2018
A person walks on ice on the Wadden Sea during the low tide near the island of Schiermonnikoog, the Netherlands,...
SCHIERMONNIKOOG, Netherlands
A person walks on ice on the Wadden Sea during the low tide near the island of Schiermonnikoog
A person walks on ice on the Wadden Sea during the low tide near the island of Schiermonnikoog, the Netherlands, February 28, 2018. REUTERS/Cris Toala Olivares
EUROPE-WEATHER/NETHERLANDS
RTX4ZCWY
February 28, 2018
People walk on ice on the Wadden Sea during the low tide near the island of Schiermonnikoog, the Netherlands,...
SCHIERMONNIKOOG, Netherlands
People walk on ice on the Wadden Sea during the low tide near the island of Schiermonnikoog
People walk on ice on the Wadden Sea during the low tide near the island of Schiermonnikoog, the Netherlands, February 28, 2018. REUTERS/Cris Toala Olivares
EUROPE-WEATHER/NETHERLANDS
RTX4ZCWQ
February 28, 2018
A person walks on fractured ice on the Wadden Sea during the low tide near the island of Schiermonnikoog,...
SCHIERMONNIKOOG, Netherlands
A person walks on fractured ice on the Wadden Sea during the low tide near the island of Schiermonnikoog...
A person walks on fractured ice on the Wadden Sea during the low tide near the island of Schiermonnikoog, the Netherlands, February 28, 2018. REUTERS/Cris Toala Olivares
EUROPE-WEATHER/NETHERLANDS
RTX4ZCWO
February 28, 2018
People walk on fractured ice on the Wadden Sea during the low tide near the island of Schiermonnikoog,...
SCHIERMONNIKOOG, Netherlands
People walk on fractured ice on the Wadden Sea during the low tide near the island of Schiermonnikoog...
People walk on fractured ice on the Wadden Sea during the low tide near the island of Schiermonnikoog, the Netherlands, February 28, 2018. REUTERS/Cris Toala Olivares
EUROPE-WEATHER/NETHERLANDS
RTX4ZCWL
February 28, 2018
People walk on fractured ice on the Wadden Sea during the low tide near the island of Schiermonnikoog,...
SCHIERMONNIKOOG, Netherlands
People walk on fractured ice on the Wadden Sea during the low tide near the island of Schiermonnikoog...
People walk on fractured ice on the Wadden Sea during the low tide near the island of Schiermonnikoog, the Netherlands, February 28, 2018. REUTERS/Cris Toala Olivares
GERMANY
RTR1FU04
July 26, 2006
German Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel stands in front of a German national flag aboard a cutter...
GREETSIEL, Germany
German Environment Minister Gabriel stands in front of a German national flag aboard a cutter sailing...
German Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel stands in front of a German national flag aboard a cutter sailing through the National Park German Wadden Sea near the town of Greetsiel at the North Sea coast July 17, 2006. Gabriel is on a four-day visit to nature conversation projects in Germany. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY)
GERMANY
RTR1FL0L
July 17, 2006
German Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel holds a crab aboard a cutter sailing through the National...
GREETSIEL, Germany
German Environment Minister Gabriel holds a crab aboard a cutter sailing through the National Park German...
German Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel holds a crab aboard a cutter sailing through the National Park German Wadden Sea near the town of Greetsiel at the North Sea coast July 17, 2006. Gabriel is on a four-day visit to nature conservation projects in Germany. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY)
GERMANY
RTR1FKZQ
July 17, 2006
German Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel points as he stands aboard a cutter sailing through the National...
GREETSIEL, Germany
German Environment Minister Gabriel points as he stands aboard a cutter sailing through the National...
German Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel points as he stands aboard a cutter sailing through the National Park German Wadden Sea near the town of Greetsiel at the German North Sea coast July 17, 2006. Gabriel is on a four-day visit to nature conservation projects in Germany. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY)
GERMANY
RTR1FKZL
July 17, 2006
German Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel sits aboard a cutter sailing through the National Park German...
GREETSIEL, Germany
German Environment Minister Gabriel sits aboard a cutter sailing through the National Park German Wadden...
German Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel sits aboard a cutter sailing through the National Park German Wadden Sea near the town of Greetsiel at the German North Sea coast July 17, 2006. Gabriel is on a four-day visit to nature conversation projects in Germany. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY)
NETHERLANDS
RTXLBYL
June 16, 2002
Three unidentified actors of the international theatre company Tryater perform their play "Salted" at...
Terschelling, Netherlands
Three unidentified actors of the international theatre company Tryater perform their play "Salted" a.....
Three unidentified actors of the international theatre company Tryater perform their play "Salted" at dusk on the island of Terschelling, in the Wadden sea in the Netherlands, June 15, 2002. "Salted , how they drank and and kept on drinking", is a co-production of seven European theatre companies and is performed at dusk on the beaches of Terschelling as part of the annual Oerol theatre festival. The festival, which started on Friday and will last ten days, attracts artists and visitors from all over Europe. Picture taken June 15.
NETHERLANDS
RTXLBYK
June 16, 2002
Four hundred and seventy dress shirts hang out to dry in the dunes on the island of Terschelling in the...
Terschelling, Netherlands
Four hundred and seventy dress shirts hang out to dry in the dunes on the island of Terschelling in .....
Four hundred and seventy dress shirts hang out to dry in the dunes on the island of Terschelling in the Wadden sea in the Netherlands, June 15, 2002. The shirts, called "One Day 49", is a location project by [Serge Noyelle of France] in cooperation with young artists from all over Europe, and is part of the annual Oerol theatre festival which started on Friday and will last ten days and which attacts artist and people from all over Europe. Picture taken June 15.
NETHERLANDS
RTXLBYJ
June 16, 2002
Dutch actor Peter Drost battles a life size replica of a whale as past of the theatre show "Moby Dick"...
Terschelling, Netherlands
Dutch actor Peter Drost battles a life size replica of a whale as past of the theatre show "Moby Dic.....
Dutch actor Peter Drost battles a life size replica of a whale as past of the theatre show "Moby Dick" on the beach of Terschelling, an island in the Wadden sea in the Netherlands, June 15, 2002. Moby Dick is one of many theatre productions to be seen at the annual Oerol theatre festival which started on Friday and will last ten days, and which attracts artists and visitors from all over Europe. Picture taken June 15.
NETHERLANDS
RTXLBYI
June 16, 2002
A woman walking her dog admire our hundred and seventy dress shirts hang out to dry in the dunes on the...
Terschelling, Netherlands
A woman walking her dog admire our hundred and seventy dress shirts hang out to dry in the dunes on .....
A woman walking her dog admire our hundred and seventy dress shirts hang out to dry in the dunes on the island of Terschelling in the Wadden sea in the Netherlands, June 15, 2002. The shirts, called "One Day 49", is a location project by [Serge Noyelle of France] in cooperation with young artists from all over Europe, and is part of the annual Oerol theatre festival. The festival, which started on Friday and will last ten days, attracts artists and visitors from all over Europe. Picture taken June 15.
DUTCH OEROL
RTR6GTD
June 16, 2002
Four hundred and seventy dress shirts hang out to dry in the dunes on
the island of Terschelling in...
Terschelling, Netherlands
DRESS SHIRTS HANGING OUT TO DRY AT THE THEATRE FESTIVAL OF OEROL IN THE
NETHERLANDS.
Four hundred and seventy dress shirts hang out to dry in the dunes on
the island of Terschelling in the Wadden sea in the Netherlands, June
15, 2002. The shirts, called "One Day 49", is a location project by
Serge Noyelle of France in cooperation with young artists from all over
Europe, and is part of the annual Oerol theatre festival which started
on Friday and will last ten days and which attacts artist and people
from all over Europe. Picture taken June 15. REUTERS/Michael Kooren

MKN/CRB
DUTCH OEROL
RTR6GVE
June 15, 2002
Three unidentified actors of the international theatre company Tryater
perform their play "Salted" at...
Terschelling, Netherlands
INTERNATIONAL PRODUCTION SALTED PERFORMED AT OEROL THEATRE FESTIVAL.
Three unidentified actors of the international theatre company Tryater
perform their play "Salted" at dusk on the island of Terschelling, in
the Wadden sea in the Netherlands, June 15, 2002. "Salted, how they
drank and and kept on drinking", is a co-production of seven European
theatre companies and is performed at dusk on the beaches of
Terschelling as part of the annual Oerol theatre festival. The
festival, which started on Friday and will last ten days, attracts
artists and visitors from all over Europe. Picture taken June 15.
REUTERS/Michael Kooren

MKN/CRB
DUTCH OEROL
RTR6GUO
June 15, 2002
A woman walking her dog admire our hundred and seventy dress shirts
hang out to dry in the dunes on...
Terschelling, Netherlands
DRESS SHIRTS HANG OUT TO DRY AT OEROL THEATRE FESTIVAL IN THE
NETHERLANDS.
A woman walking her dog admire our hundred and seventy dress shirts
hang out to dry in the dunes on the island of Terschelling in the
Wadden sea in the Netherlands, June 15, 2002. The shirts, called "One
Day 49", is a location project by Serge Noyelle of France in
cooperation with young artists from all over Europe, and is part of the
annual Oerol theatre festival. The festival, which started on Friday
and will last ten days, attracts artists and visitors from all over
Europe. Picture taken June 15. REUTERS/Michael Kooren

MKN/CRB
DUTCH OEROL
RTR6GUD
June 15, 2002
An unidentified actor of the theatre company Tuig dives off a thirty
foot pole and reveals a sign saying,...
Terschelling, Netherlands
DUTCH THEATRE GROUP TUIG PERFORMS AT THEATRE FESTIVAL OF OEROL IN THE
NETHERLANDS.
An unidentified actor of the theatre company Tuig dives off a thirty
foot pole and reveals a sign saying, "this is the end of the show," in
the dunes on the island of Terschelling, in the Wadden sea in the
Netherlands, June 15, 2002. Tuig performed "Springlevend" ("Alive and
Kicking") which deals with man's biggest fear of plunging into the
unknown, and is one of many theatre productions to be seen at the
annual Oerol theatre festival. The festival, which started on Friday
and will last ten days, attracts artists and visitors from all over
Europe. Picture taken June 15. REUTERS/Michael Kooren

MKN/CRB
DUTCH OEROL
RTR6GTT
June 15, 2002
Dutch actor Peter Drost battles a life size replica of a whale as past
of the theatre show "Moby Dick"...
Terschelling, Netherlands
DUTCH ACTOR BATTLES REPLICA WHALE AT THEATRE FESTIVAL OF OEROL IN THE
NETHERLANDS.
Dutch actor Peter Drost battles a life size replica of a whale as past
of the theatre show "Moby Dick" on the beach of Terschelling, an island
in the Wadden sea in the Netherlands, June 15, 2002. Moby Dick is one
of many theatre productions to be seen at the annual Oerol theatre
festival which started on Friday and will last ten days, and which
attracts artists and visitors from all over Europe. Picture taken June
15. REUTERS/Michael Kooren

MKN/CRB
RTR7XQJ
October 22, 1997
Danish Enviroment Minister Svend Auken (L), German Enviroment Minister Angela Merkel (C) and Johan de...
Germany
GERMAN ENVIROMENT MINISTER AND DANISH COLLEAGUES
Danish Enviroment Minister Svend Auken (L), German Enviroment Minister Angela Merkel (C) and Johan de Leeuw (R), head of Delegation of the dutch Enviromental Ministry, pose for the press prior the second day of the 8th Trilateral German-Danish- Dutch Governmental Conference on the Protection of the Wadden Sea in the north German city of Stade, October 22. The ministers are due to sign a joint plan later today which will lay down guidelines for coastal industries and for the protection of coastal regions.

GERMANY
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