Lonnekerberg - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
Lonnekerberg, 7524 Enschede, Netherlands
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The Lonnekerberg is an elevation in the municipality of Enschede in the Dutch province of Overijssel . The hill, with a height of sixty meters above NAP , is located northeast of the Twente village of Lonneker and east of the former Twenthe airport. Its nature reserve covers 141 hectares and is owned by Landscape Overijssel . Production forest with different types of coniferous wood that was planted in the time of Bledenstein and afterwards is gradually being transformed into mixed forest .
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The Hulsbeek is a Dutch recreation area , located west of Oldenzaal . Originally it was an estate situated around Erve Het Hulsbeek. The area, with a total area of 230 ha, consists on the one hand of the landscaped recreational lakes and meadows with a skateboard track and on the other hand of the original forest and heathland.
Landgoed Lonnekermeer is an estate located between Enschede , Hengelo and Oldenzaal around two lakes . These lakes have been dug for sand holes for the construction of the Twente railway lines .The Lonnekermeer is part of a historic chain of 19th-century estates around Enschede and Oldenzaal.
Boerskotten is a nature reserve of approximately 133 hectares. Boerskotten was purchased in 1984 by the Natuurmonumenten association . During the construction of the A1, objections arose from nature and environmental organizations, because this highway was built right through the nature reserve. Both parts are connected by means of wildlife tunnels and an ecoduct . There are also connections with adjacent nature reserves such as De Snippert and the Duivelshof.
The Museum Factory is a museum in Enschede that was called TwentseWelle before May 2018. The Museum Factory is a family museum where the future is discovered through learning, playing, working, thinking, experimenting and dreaming. The exhibitions inspire young and old to learn and to invent, try and assemble things themselves. That can be done in the factory. The historical collections of the museum are always the great source of inspiration.
A beautiful museum, which was founded in 1927 by textile industry Baron Jan Bernard Van Heek. He donated his own private collection and the museum building to the government, thus making it a national museum. Now the museum has become focused on 18th-century art as well as contemporary works, with the collection of Art & Project, a former art gallery owned by Geert van Beijeren and Adriaan van Ravesteijn
The Volkspark is a park in Enschede from 1872 . It is the oldest Volkspark in the Netherlands, founded after the English example. A bequest from Hendrik Jan van Heek made it possible to furnish the park on the former Goolkate estate . The largest part was designed in English landscape style by Dirk Wattez, designer of many gardens in Twente . Characteristic of Wattez's work are the strongly meandering serpentine ponds. His son Pieter restored much of his work and also used sight axes.
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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.