A Secret Uninhabited Corner of the Netherlands. Rottumerplaat and Rottumeroog
(Michel Bakker) The Low Countries - 2011, № 19, pp. 218-227
Rottumerplaat and Rottumeroog are two islands in the eastern Wadden Sea which lie uninhabited on the edge of one of the most populated regions in the world. Twice a year a small group of volunteers goes to live and work on these islands. They can be seen as the central wayside restaurant on the migration route between breeding grounds and winter quarters.
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