Engbertsdijksvenen - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
The Engbertsdijksvenen is a state natural monument in the municipality of Twenterand in Overijssel , near Kloosterhaar east of Westerhaar-Vriezenveensewijk near the German border. There are extensive peat areas with heathlands and fens. It is a remnant of the large peat swamp that once covered the northeast of the Netherlands.The area is part of the European network of protected natural areas: Natura 2000 .
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Historical Museum Vriezenveen
7.36km from Engbertsdijksvenen
The Historical Museum Vriezenveen is located in the old town hall of the Overijssel town of Vriezenveen , right in the center.The museum deals with the history of the municipality of Vriezenveen. There is, among other things, a section on the textile history of Vriezenveen, and documentation on the great fire that ravaged Vriezenveen on May 16, 1905, in which 228 homes, the town hall and two churches were lost.
11.51km from Engbertsdijksvenen
The Mosbeek is a stream in Overijssel . The stream originates in the Springendal on the west flank of the Ootmarsum moraine and is fed by a large number of sources. The source area of the Mosbeek contains a stream raised bog vegetation that is unique for the Netherlands and is known for the occurrence of the fat leaf. The stream flows into the Geesterense Molenbeek .
11.96km from Engbertsdijksvenen
The Paasberg in Terborg in the Dutch Achterhoek is a natural hill located between the Paasberglaan and 't Veld in the southeast of Terborg.The mountain is an old river dune complex, raised in the last ice age, when not the Oude IJssel , but a predecessor of the Rhine flowed through the area.Several buildings and facilities in Terborg are named after the Paasberg. On the southeastern edge of the nature reserve, against Silvolde, are the outdoor swimming pool.
13.25km from Engbertsdijksvenen
Stadsmuseum Almelo is a regional museum in the Overijssel city of Almelo , managed by the Stichting Museum voor Heemkunde Almelo, which was founded on January 8, 1975. The museum is housed in the Rectorshuis , which was the Latin school in 1783 , and the adjacent Heydapand. Until the end of 1986, the museum was located on the top floor of the Waag building on the Marktplein. The collections are about the former glory of Almelo and developments towards the city of Almelo.
14.62km from Engbertsdijksvenen
Kasteel Eerde is situated on the Eerde estate in the Overijssel municipality of Ommen . The estate once covered 150 hectares and stretched from the Overijsselse Vecht to the Regge . A stone arch bridge over the moat gives access to the castle.The interior of the castle has largely been preserved in 18th-century style. Fireplaces are paneled in Louis XIV style . There are many portraits of former residents. The castle gardens on the south side are not freely accessible to the public.
15.33km from Engbertsdijksvenen
The Springendal is an erosion valley in the moraine of Ootmarsum (from the Saalian ). It is located north of Ootmarsum and east of Vasse and covers approximately 355 hectares . The area is known for its springs , streams , hills and burial mounds . On the border with Germany is an open area of heathland, the "Horse Slenkte".
Discover More Attractions in Overijssel, Home of Engbertsdijksvenen
Overijssel is a province of the Netherlands located in the eastern part of the country. Its capital city of Zwolle boasts a rich history, but the town of Enschede takes the crown for being the province’s largest city. Overijssel features a number of picturesque natural reserves, including De Weeribben.