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Herm

Herm is the smallest of the Channel Islands that is open to the public. Cars are banned from the small island just like its Channel Island neighbour, Sark. Unlike Sark, bicycles are banned too. The sandy white beaches make Herm a walker's paradise.

Herm
[1] (http://www.worldstatesmen.org/gb-herm.gif) coat of arms
(In Detail) (Full size)
National motto: none
Official language English
Tenants Adrian Heyworth[?]
and Pennie Wood Heyworth[?]
Area
 - Total
 - % water

xx,xxx km²
Negligible
Population
 - Total (2002)
 - Density

60
xxx/km²
Currency Pound Sterling
Time zone UTC +0
National anthem Sarnia Cherie[?] (Guernsey)
Internet TLD.GG (Guernsey)
Calling CodeXX

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History Orginally Part of Normandy, as a Channel Island ist the only part of France still a British Crown dependancy. It was occupied by the Nazis during World War II.

Politics Herm is a dependency of Guernsey.

See:List of tenants of Herm

Geography Herm is only 1½ miles long and less than ½ a mile wide. It is oriented so that its greatest length runs north/south. The northern half of the coastline is surrounded by sandy beaches, the southern half is rocky.

Economy Tourism is Herms main economy

Demographics

Culture

Holidays
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Herm[?] is also a commune in the Landes département, in France.



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