Ceintuurbaan Noord 1, Roden, Groningen, 9301 NR, The Netherlands
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Heerestraat 1, Roden, 9301 AC, nl
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Brink 27, Roden, 9301, The Netherlands
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written by Jan Ligthart & H. Scheepstra.
The statue of these two children stands close to the church.
The city center is neat and compact and has almost everything you can ask for.
There s a lot of building going lately which explains the fences at the left.
What to buy: Local souvenirs mostly are about 'Ot and Sien', two children written about by a teacher from Roden, totally fictive.
You most certainly know the signs that forbid you to take photographs. Most of the time I ignore them for with my digital camera I do not need to use flash light.So did I this afternoon....yet the people that worked there didn t see the humour of it and hauthy demanded me to stop. Just the flower arrangements that were all over the place I could...more
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though it might be different when no exhibition s held.....
Fun Alternatives: Symmetry ... at both sides of the gate are the buildings that once were the stables... nowadays it s part of the museum.
The surrounding area of Roden has much to offer and it sure is worth a visit at the tourist information office.
Leave a footstep in the sandslip of the time...Ferdinand Domela Nieuwenhuis, 1846-1919.
This walk is part of the Domala-hike, which leads through the four most northern provinces of our country.
Startingpoint is Haren, a little village close to the town of Groningen, and the ending point is Steenwijk, in the province of Overijssel.
The hike is named after Domela Nieuwenhuis, a well known Dutch socialist who was very popular in his day and age in the northern provinces.
He fought the inhuman circumstances in which workers had to live and do their work in the moors.
People will walk through a landscape of moor, pastures, woods and swamps.
Total length of the route is 165 kilometers.
Equipment: Walking shoes, light rain coat, clothing in layers.