The oceanographic museum in the Hanseatic city has attracted half a million visitors annually since it opened in 2008. Its main attraction is the large pool for shoaling fish, with 2.6 million liters of seawater.
From its chalk cliffs to its quaint seaside resorts, Germany's biggest island has many faces. If the southeastern corner is too crowded during peak season, there's plenty of nature, peace and quiet in the north.
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