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- Saint Marcellus's flood or Grote Mandrenke (Low Saxon: /ɣroːtə mandrɛŋkə/; "Great Drowning of Men") was an intense extratropical cyclone, coinciding with...
- the waves of the North Sea when a storm tide (known as the second Grote Mandrenke) hit the coast on 15 or 16 January 1362. The exact location of Rungholt...
- The Burchardi flood (also known as the second Grote Mandrenke) was a storm tide that struck the North Sea coast of North Frisia and Dithmarschen (in modern-day...
- leading to its abandonment, and it was largely destro**** by the Grote Mandrenke storm of January 1362. The site is now completely underwater. Ravenspurn...
- marshland around Sylt-Ost. Sylt has only been an island since the Grote Mandrenke flood of 1362. The so-called Uwe-Düne (Uwe Dune) is the island's highest...
- storm tide, the Saint Marcellus' flood – also referred to as the Grote Mandrenke – that occurred on 16 January 1362. Many villages and towns were lost...
- Hedeby, Germany RungholtWadden Sea in Germany, sunk during the "Grote Mandrenke", a storm surge in the North Sea on January 16, 1362 Niedam near Rungholt...
- only able to operate at half of its capacity until February 2017. Grote Mandrenke, 1362 – A southwesterly Atlantic gale swept across England, the Netherlands...
- Another large storm in 1347 swept some 400 houses into the sea. The Grote Mandrenke around 16 January 1362 finally destro**** much of the remainder of the...
- monsoon rain Bangladesh 1974 15 25,000–40,000 St. Marcellus flood / Grote Mandrenke, storm tide Holy Roman Empire, Denmark 1362 16 20,000 1999 Vargas mudslide...
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