Hooge ( Danish: , Hoge Frisian: Huuge) is a municipality in the district of Nordfriesland, in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.
The municipality is located on the island of Hooge – a small island off the coast of Germany. It is the second largest of the ten
halligen in the Wadden Sea, after Langeneß. It is frequently called the Queen of the Halligen. The houses on the island are built on ten . Warften
municipality ( Gemeinde) Hooge also includes the uninhabited hallig Norderoog.
Settlements and geography [ edit ]
Hooge has 9 populated Warften:
The Pohnswarft still can be found close to the shore of Hooge. The Pohnswarft is an unpopulated
Warft which has been abandoned due to its unfavourable location. There is only a water gauge on it.
The small island of
Hainshallig, located off the east coast of Hooge, may have once been connected to the island by a levee and belonged to a Hooge resident, but became flooded and sank in 1860.
Photo gallery [ edit ]
View from the Backenswarft on Hooge.
Pulpit in the church of Hooge
Rainbow over Hallig Hooge
References [ edit ]
External links [ edit ]
Media related to Hallig Hooge at Wikimedia Commons