This tiny island has 1,400 residents and no cars. But its real story lies underground

This tiny island has 1,400 residents and no cars. But its real story lies underground

One winter night during the Middle Ages, a cyclone struck Friesland, a territory that is today in northern Holland. The natural disaster, which took tens of thousands of lives, was dubbed “St. Marcellus’ Flood.” One-hundred-and-forty-three years later, a simi…

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Bart Van Bruwaene

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