Hotel Brasserie Plein Vijf

Markt 5, Deurne, 5751 BE, The Netherlands
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Travel Tips for Deurne

Snows falling down

by angela80

Last time I saw snow was a year ago before I started travelling................... when I waked up this morning I was glad to see snow again...........the first time after I arrived in Holland...........WINTERTIME!! :P

My Dad`s job!

by angela80

My Dad`s working in forest! A lot of people never heard about his job. A big reason to put some pictures about it on VT.

With horses, machines (timberjack, ponsse, ahlman, tractor) they get the trees out of the woods. Most of the times its because you`ve got some damaged trees or they don`t have enough place to grow.
Most of the times he`s working in Netherlands, Belgium and Germany.

Deurne - gateway to the 'Peel'

by vtveen

Deurne is a little town in the south eastern part of the province of Noord-Brabant (North-Brabant). Nowadays a little town of more than 30.000 inhabitants with modern shops, lots of restaurants, some hotels and a nice market square. But it offers also some historical buildings like the St. Willibrordus Church (13th century), two castles ‘Klein Kasteel’ and ‘Groot Kasteel’ (both from the 14th century), a watermill (17 the century) and four windmills (also in the hamlets of Deurne).

Deurne is located close to the typical Dutch landscape of heath and peat moor, called ‘the Peel’. Helenaveen - one of the villages belonging to the municipality of Deurne - was one of the first settlements in ‘the Peel’, nowadays a protected area. A hidden gem, even for Dutch people, is the National Park ‘De Groote Peel’, which preserves a peat-bog that has remained partly untouched by peat cutting, which used to be extensive in this part of the province.

Deurne has a local Tourist Information Centre, located at the Market Square (www.vvvdeurne.nl).

Dol op Deurne

by fotograafje

"photos of Deurne & surrounding area 1998 - present"

Having lived in Amsterdam, and the U.K. I decided to return to my home village of DEURNE - you will find over 200 photos of DEURNE and surrounding area + information in Dutch & English / Links / ( historical ) Maps

My Hometown

by angela80

"Just visit it!"

Visit the Netherlands!! It`s great to visit once in your lifetime!!

Don`t forget to take a taxi to my hometown! It`s called DEURNE and ask for Angela :) and we`ll spent a great time together :)

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