Dutch coast ‘stabilised’ with beach nourishment


Dutch coastal towns and infrastructure have been protected ‘for the coming years’ after extensive sand replenishment works.

Zeeland, which is below sea level, comprises many islands, peninsulas and waterways, and lies on a large river delta at the mouth of several rivers, with Europe’s largest seaport, Rotterdam, just to the north.

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