Helgoland is a small island in the North Sea 35 miles (60km) off the northwest coast of Germany and the western coast of Denmark. Enjoying duty free status it has many shops along Lung Wai but its only landmark is the 80m tall red rock called Lange Anna (Long Anna) jutting from the sea in the southwest of the island.
First ruled by the Danes and then the British, it was exchanged for Zanzibar in 1891 and became German. During WW2 it was a submarine base and you can tour the remaining bunkers and underground tunnels.
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