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List of islands of Germany

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List of islands of Germany

Satellite photograph of Rügen

This is a list of all offshore islands that belong to Germany, which are found in the North and Baltic Seas.

In addition, some islands in inland waters are also listed.


  • Largest islands 1
  • Islands of the Baltic Sea 2
  • Islands of the North Sea 3
  • Islands of Elbe River 4
  • Islands of Weser River 5
  • Islands of Lake Constance 6
  • Islands of Chiemsee 7
  • See also 8
  • External links 9
  • References 10

Largest islands

Largest islands of Germany
# Island Sea Federal State Area (km2)
1. Rügen Baltic Mecklenburg-Vorpommern 926
2. Usedom Baltic Mecklenburg-Vorpommern 373 (445 km²1))
3. Fehmarn Baltic Schleswig-Holstein 185
4. Sylt North Sea Schleswig-Holstein 99
5. Föhr North Sea Schleswig-Holstein 82
6. Pellworm North Sea Schleswig-Holstein 37
7. Poel Baltic Mecklenburg-Vorpommern 36
8. Borkum North Sea Niedersachsen 31
9. Norderney North Sea Niedersachsen 26
10. Amrum North Sea Schleswig-Holstein 20.46

1) 72 km² are part of Poland

Islands of the Baltic Sea

Islands of the North Sea

Islands of Elbe River

Islands of Weser River

Islands of Lake Constance

Islands of Chiemsee

See also

External links

  • Islands - Germany Tourism


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