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Postcard map of the German beach resorts on the North Sea with ferry routes connecting Hamburg and Cuxhaven on the mainland with the island of Helgoland and, from there, Sylt and Amrum to the north, and Borkum, Juist, and Norderney to the south. The map also shows the Kaiser Wilhelm Canal connecting Kiel, a home to Germany's Baltic Fleet, with the estuary of the Elbe River on the North Sea.
Title: Uebersichtskarte der deutschen Nordseebäder (Overview map of the German North Sea Baths)
[Printed]
Gruss aus (Greetings from)
[Handwritten] Amrum 29 August 1900
Ludw. Hochheimer, Meinz, No. 875
Reverse:
Deutsche Reichspost Postkarte

Postcard map of the German beach resorts on the North Sea with ferry routes connecting Hamburg and Cuxhaven with the island of Helgoland and, from there, Sylt and Amrum to the north, and Borkum, Juist, and Norderney to the south. The map also shows the Kaiser Wilhelm Canal connecting Kiel, a home to Germany's Baltic Fleet, with the estuary of the Elbe River on the North Sea.
Title: Uebersichtskarte der deutschen Nordseebäder (Overview map of the German North Sea Baths)
Gruss aus (Greetings from)
Amrum 29 August 1900

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Title:

Uebersichtskarte der deutschen Nordseebäder (Overview map of the German North Sea Baths)

Gruss aus (Greetings from)

Amrum 29 August 1900

Ludw. Hochheimer, Meinz, No. 875

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