The Wadden Sea with its unique ecosystem has been a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site since 2009. Let's fly you to the largest continuous tidal mudflat landscape in the world.
The #DailyDrone shows you all 46 UNESCO natural and cultural Heritage Sites in Germany.
This special World Heritage series presents the diversity of natural and cultural heritage from a bird's eye view: architectural highlights, varied cultural landscapes, parks and natural reserves. From Aachen Cathedral (a World Heritage since 1978) to the monastery island of Reichenau, from the Wadden Sea to Berlin's Museum Island, from Cologne Cathedral to the mining region in the Erzgebirge Ore Mountain region (a World Heritage since 2019).